Conference_Midwifery-led care and choice of place of birth: Facilitating change through sharing research and good practice

Please find below information about a CLAHRC WM-hosted event – Midwifery-led care and choice of place of birth: facilitating change through sharing research and good practice, 2nd July 2015, University of Birmingham.

Please contact Sara Kenyon S.Kenyon@bham.ac.uk for further information.

Midwifery-led care and choice of place of birth: Facilitating change through sharing research and good practice

A one-day conference for anyone involved in maternity care including; midwives, student midwives, maternity support workers, maternity service managers, obstetricians, commissioners and educationalists.

Our aims for the conference are to:
• share good practice in midwifery-led intrapartum care services
• help maternity service mangers and practice leads consider
how to action the recommendations and priorities for
implementation set by NICE, and
• showcase new research on home birth awareness and
services, and
• extend opportunities for development of birth centres, and
other innovative, woman-centred models of care.

Speakers include:
Tracey Johnston, Consultant Obstetrician, Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
Tracey Johnston, Consultant Obstetrician, Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
Tracey Cooper, Consultant Midwife, Normal Midwifery at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals
NHS Trust and member of the NICE Intrapartum care guideline development group
Paula Clarke, Consultant Midwife, Birmingham Women’s Hospital
Kirstie Coxon, Senior Lecturer, Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Kings College, London
Soo Downe, Professor in Midwifery Studies, University of Central Lancashire

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