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Dreams of helping to bring new life into the world have become a reality for two former Maternity Support Workers

First home grown qualified midwives set to take up new posts at NHS Medway Trust Abbie Hadlow and Charlotte Slater, who are both aged 30, are the first MSWs to


NSPCC calling for greater investment in health visiting as first visits to new-born babies are increasingly delayed

Earlier face-to-face health visits are important to identify early safeguarding concerns and provide support to new parents. Nearly 100,000 new-born babies didn’t receive their first health visit within the recommended

JULY 2023

24-25 July 2023, Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health Conference; Paris

Nursing Midwifery 2023 takes places on July 23-24, 2023 at Paris, France, with the featured topic: “Global Advancements in Nursing & Midwifery for Better Health” The Nursing and Midwifery Conference intends


Midwives launch on demand eLearning antenatal education course

Registered midwives have combined their expertise with a fetal medicine and obstetric consultant and an anaesthetist to create an online, on demand antenatal education platform for parents-to-be. The eLearning course


New 4-in-1 neonatal radiant warmer available from Central Medical Supplies

Promotional feature Central Medical Supplies (CMS) is the exclusive UK distributor of the new Comen BQ80 infant radiant warmer, a 4-1in-1 resuscitation unit for neonates.  CMS, a specialist supplier of


The role of a pharmacist when treating hormone imbalances

Five things you didn’t know about pharmacists and how they can help with hormone-related conditions  The origin of pharmacists is ancient and stems from the first person who extracted juice


Covid vaccination in pregnancy protects infants against infection and hospital admission

Findings suggest that a covid vaccination during pregnancy may have benefits for both mother and baby Two doses of mRNA covid-19 vaccine during pregnancy are highly effective against delta and


Pregnancy complications linked to long-term increased heart disease risk

All major adverse pregnancy outcomes should be recognised as lifelong risk factors for heart disease, say researchers Women who experience any of five major pregnancy complications, such as preterm birth


16-17 March 2023, International Conference on Midwifery and Women’s Health; London

International Conference on Midwifery and Women’s Health aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects