Other Resources – 2016
An e-learning tool will soon be available to those who work in the NHS. It will support staff to gain knowledge and understanding of issues around culture and health.
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MBRRACE_UK shared some regional activities identifying best practice in the field of pregnancy.
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A new resource is available regarding the use of electronic cigarettes in pregnancy and further advice on smoking for pregnant women can be found on the RCM website.
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Sands has updated its Pregnancy loss and the death of a baby guidelines for professionals.
The UK Sepsis Trust provides maternal clinical toolkits on their website, invaluable resources for health professionals.
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MAMA Academy is offering a Pregnancy essential leaflet and free poster for display in antenatal areas.
Wellbeing Wallets can help women identify symptoms of potential pregnancy complications. They are available to purchase at cost price by Trusts.
UNICEF BFI have launched ‘Commissioning Infant Feeding Services: a toolkit. This publication provides guidance to help local commissioners protect, promote and support breastfeeding.
A collaborative project between Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, aimed at reducing the rate of maternal mortality from indirect causes
New guidelines which summarise the evidence on maternal and fetal outcomes in women with epilepsy – June 2016
New guidelines for sickness in pregnancy from the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists – June 2016
A guide has been developed by Action on Smoking in Health (ASH) for the use of electronic cigarette in pregnancy. It is intended to provide a summary of the evidence on electronic cigarettes and suggested responses to frequently asked questions.
Antenatal screening for rubella susceptibility in England to stop from 1 April 2016 following approval from ministers.
As of March 2016, Public Health England have issued updated travel guidance advice related to pregnant women and the Zika virus.
NHS England is working with independent research agency IpsosMORI to conduct a survey looking at how changes to NHS central policy are communicated to nurses and midwives. This project looks to deliver an up-to date picture of what nurses’ and midwives’ needs and preferences are in relation to communication.
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The London Maternity Strategic Clinical Networks have produced a bulletin to highlight their current work programmes.