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£2.45 Million to improve maternity safety
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£2.45 Million to improve maternity safety

on 04 July 2021 Today (4 July), maternity safety minister Nadine Dorries is announcing £2.45 million funding which will benefit NHS maternity staff and improve the safety of the women and babies they care for. The Department of Health and Social Care ...
RCM calls for reverse to public health cuts to support smoking rate reduction
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RCM calls for reverse to public health cuts to support smoking rate reduction

on 25 June 2021 Pregnant women must get the support they need to reduce smoking in pregnancy says the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), as NICE and Public Health England publish a draft guideline to tackle the health burden of smoking.   The guidance published ...
RCM calls for reverse to public health cuts to support smoking rate reduction
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RCM calls for reverse to public health cuts to support smoking rate reduction

on 25 June 2021 Pregnant women must get the support they need to reduce smoking in pregnancy says the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), as NICE and Public Health England publish a draft guideline to tackle the health burden of smoking.   The guidance published ...
Effective and inclusive leadership a key factor in improving safety, says RCM
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Effective and inclusive leadership a key factor in improving safety, says RCM

on 11 June 2021 Effective and inclusive leadership is a key factor in improving safety in maternity services. That’s the message from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) as it launches the second instalment in its new Solution Series. The interim Ockenden ...
RCM sets out its actions on Ockenden Review
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RCM sets out its actions on Ockenden Review

on 31 March 2021 Today the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has set out clear intentions and actions to address recommendations from the interim Ockenden review into maternity failings at Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Foundation Trust. The RCM says the Ockenden ...
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NHS must act now to break the burnout cycle in maternity services

on 16 July 2020 The Royal College of Midwives has called on NHS organisations to break the burnout cycle and support maternity staff better. The call comes following a report from the Society of Occupational Medicine today on the mental health and wellbeing ...
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