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December 2016

In October, the RCM published the first ever Standards for Midwifery services in the UK. These standards place women and families right at the centre of maternity services and give midwives an evidence based framework for delivery of quality midwifery care.

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December 2016

Following the publication of the National Maternity Review – Better Births –NHS England set up a Maternity Transformation Programme to implement the recommendations. Better Births recognises the importance of harnessing digital technology and makes recommendations on the use of digital technology to assist health professionals working in Maternity to provide a high quality service to […]

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November 2016

NHS England announces sites to test maternity services of the future. The Early Adopter sites, which have been carefully chosen by a selected panel, will test a range of new and innovative ways of working to help transform maternity services.

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November 2016

NHS England sets out steps to improve mental health care for pregnant women and new mums and help those attending A&E in crisis.

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November 2016

The Prebendal School Chamber Choir are delighted to be featured on a new track by London Country called Mercy available from November 28th. All proceeds will be going to Macmillan Cancer Support UK and the Chichester Cathedral Choral Foundation Fund. Please do download and support these wonderful charities.

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November 2016

The London Clinical Networks also focus on Mental Health, including Dementia and their overarching aim is: to provide leadership and advice to shape London’s dementia services so that people with dementia receive an effective diagnosis, treatment and care.

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November 2016

The Iolanthe Midwifery Trust have launched their annual awards programme. They have the potential to be immensely helpful and can facilitate real change in practise.

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November 2016

A new campaign launched by Tommy’s and supported by NHS England and Kicks Count challenges dangerous myths about baby movement during pregnancy. It urges pregnant women to follow current recommendations about what to do if they experience reduced fetal movement. To follow the campaign a twitter hashtag has been set up #movementsmatter

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October 2016

The Maternity Clinical Network hosted an event last month to launch the report produced by the Maternal Morbidity & Mortality working group to review the themes from maternal deaths occurring in London during 2015.

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October 2016

A community health chief has contacted Donna Ockenden about concerns regarding a North Wales mental health unit care and requested they be included in the ongoing inquiry into the service.

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