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[13 Apr, 2016] CELEBRATING CONTINUITY: Rhetoric into Reality, Policy into Practice (London)

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CELEBRATING CONTINUITY: Rhetoric into Reality, Policy into Practice
Start Date: 13 Apr, 2016 09:30 AM
End Date: 13 Apr, 2016 04:30 PM
Time Zone: Europe/London +01:00 BST

Franklin-Wilkins Building, Kings College, Waterloo Campus
150 Stamford Street
London SE1 9NH

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    CELEBRATING CONTINUITY: Rhetoric into Reality, Policy into Practice




    BARONESS CUMBERLEGE Independent Chair of the 2015 National Maternity Review

    PROFESSOR LESLEY PAGE, CBE President, Royal College of Midwives

    Dr DAVID RICHMOND President, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists


    MARY NEWBURN Health Researcher and Consultant in Patient and Public Involvement in Maternity Services

    Whether you are a woman expecting a baby, a commissioner or a chief executive choosing and providing local services, or a midwife, student midwife or doctor giving care; whoever you are or whatever your role, 'Celebrating Continuity' is the most important maternity care conference of 2016 and is not to be missed.

    Why attend

    •This conference will explore what the barriers and challenges are to this way of working and, most importantly, how we can overcome them.

    •It recognises that there is a shared interest in finding a range of different solutions - some of which may look very different to the way care has been delivered in recent years and

    •it seeks to answer the question - does providing more continuity for women automatically have to mean additional burnout and increasing stress for midwives or is there a way to make it a win-win for everyone?

    Conference organised by a collaboration of

    Association for Improvements in Maternity Services (AIMS)

    Neighbourhood Midwives

    Positive Birth Movement

    Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, home of Serenity and Halcyon Birth Centres

    Sponsored and supported by: The Royal College of Midwives

    Book via https://www.rcm.org.uk/get-involved...ty-rhetoric-into-reality-policy-into-practice

    Attendee Early Bird - £55+VAT (till 21 March)

    Attendee Full Price (from 15th of March) - £70+VAT

    Attendee Group of 5 discounted (10%)

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