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Midwife from Leicester celebrated by RCM for her work to make the midwifery curriculum equal for all

A Leicester midwife has won a national award for her work to eliminate the continuing influence of colonialism within midwifery education. Maxine Chapman, who works at the University of Leicester has championed


London midwife celebrates ‘outstanding success’ of programme to tackle racism in the NHS

A London midwife was honoured recently by the Royal College of Midwives for her work in tackling equality and diversity in maternity care. Kate Brintworth, won a national award for


Midwives from Southampton scoop national award for app that improves maternity safety

Three midwives working at University Hospital Southampton, have won a national award for their work developing an ‘incredibly successful’ app that improves maternity care for women during their pregnancy. The


Royal College of Midwives adds The Positive Birth Company’s Closing the Gap workshop to Decolonising Midwifery Education Toolkit

The Decolonising Midwifery Education toolkit has been created by the RCM in response to figures which show Black, Mixed Heritage and Asian women are more likely to die giving birth


Honorary Doctorate for Chief Executive of Royal College of Midwives

Gill Walton, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Midwives, has received an honorary degree at a ceremony which saw hundreds of Nursing and Midwifery students graduate from Bournemouth University.