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8 Tips for Responding to Domestic Abuse for Maternity Healthcare Professionals

By Gene Feder OBE - Professor of Primary Health Care at the Centre for Academic Primary Care, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol on 29 November 2021 Pregnancy is a time of heightened vulnerability to domestic abuse, not because it is necessarily more prevalent, but because it may start or become more severe antenatally.
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16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

By By Gill Walton, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Midwives and Dr Edward Morris, President of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on 26 November 2021 16 Days of Activism is an international campaign and yearly event, coordinated by the Centre for Women’s Global Leadership, which runs from 25 November until 10 December, culminating in International Human Rights Day. The 16 Days of Activism ...
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Addressing inequity in maternity care outcomes

By Dr Mary Ross-Davie, Director for Professional Midwifery at the RCM and Victoria Komolafe, the RCM’s Professional Digital Advisor on 17 November 2021 Dr Mary Ross-Davie, Director for Professional Midwifery at the RCM and Victoria Komolafe, the RCM’s Professional Digital Advisor, look at two recent reports highlighting the huge inequities in outcomes in maternity care in the UK for women ...
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The RCM response to the NICE induction of labour 2021 guideline

By Lia Brigante, RCM Quality & Standards Advisor on 10 November 2021 The NICE draft guideline on induction of labour that was out for consultation during the summer, causing concerns and a striking number of responses, has now been finalised and it is available here. Our long and detailed response was considered ...
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Mentorship scheme: paving an individual and professional pathway for Black, Asian and minority ethnic maternity staff

By Dian Bates Obesity / Diabetes Midwife North Middlesex hospital on 02 November 2021 Numerous reports over the last few decades highlight disparities experienced by midwives of Black and Asian descent, in comparison to their white counterparts. Midwives from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are more likely ...
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