08 September 2020
Midwifery Continuity of Carer (MCOC) is one part of a wideranging reform of UK maternity services which aim to improve outcomes and experience of care for women and babies. Student midwives have an important role to play in its implementation.
19 August 2020
Editorial: COVID-19 birth memories |Positioning and attachment interventions for nipple pain: a systematic review | Language used during antenatal education for labour and birth: a literature review
24 July 2020
This qualitative study explores midwives’ experiences of caring for high risk Black Asian Minority Ethnic Groups in order to identify how improvements can be made to the care and outcomes of this group. The study was also undertaken against ...
07 July 2020
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and Royal College of Midwives (RCM) believe that high quality maternity services should include access to preventive
measures that promote good reproductive health outcomes for women during ...
01 June 2020
Editorial: The wonder world of fetal microchimerism, Exploring the psychometric validity and reliability of the Stillbirth Stigma Scale, Factors that influence online medication purchasing behaviour in pregnancy: a qualitative study
09 March 2020
Early discussions within the FFYF identified that forum members had experienced differing levels of support as newly qualified midwives (NQMs) and varying expectations of skill and abilities between Health Boards. This resulted in many ...