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MIDIRS is the definitive midwifery information resource for midwives and student midwives.
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MIDIRS 4h
Views on adding folic acid to flour to prevent birth defects sought. Read more here:
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MIDIRS 8h
Respectful care in high income countries. Presented by Saraswathi Vedam.
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MIDIRS 8h
Women's views and experience of using epidural. A presentation by Dr Kerry Evans from the University of Nottingham.
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MIDIRS 9h
Are you going to be a student midwife in September? Get a FREE literature search pack tailored to your studies with your student MIDIRS Midwifery Digest subscription here:
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MIDIRS 10h
Beverly Turner now speaking. She developed an antenatal education course that has great results in women's experience during pregnancy, birth and beyond!
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MIDIRS 10h
'Queen of maternity statistics' Professor Alison MacFarlane tribute.
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MIDIRS 11h
Global consensus: 3 strategic priorities.
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MIDIRS 11h
2nd day of in Grange-over-Sands, which MIDIRS Principal Editor is attending, is now underway! Chair's address from Fran McConville.
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Allison Cummins Jun 17
Women’s experience of the POPPIE trial reducing preterm through midwifery led continuity of care
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MIDIRS Jun 17
More training needed for Australian midwives to promote vaccinations, according to latest study. Read more here:
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MIDIRS Jun 17
MIDIRS Principal Editor Cathy Ashwin is attending the Normal Labour And Birth: 14th Research Conference in Grange over Sands. A very insightful first day!
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MIDIRS Jun 17
Baby skin is thinner, has a higher pH and tends to lose moisture faster than an adult’s, which makes it more vulnerable to contact dermatitis. Learn how to support parents in laundering fabrics and top up your CPD hours here:
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MIDIRS Jun 16
This conference is being held next month! Find out how to book your place here:
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MIDIRS Jun 15
A survey of 6000 women in five European countries and the US showed that up to half (29–49%) reported they had been diagnosed with a vaginal yeast infection.  Find out how bacterial vaginosis can affect pregnancy and receive evidence of CPD here:
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MIDIRS Jun 14
Our literature search packs contain hundreds of article references on specific midwifery topics. We also offer a bespoke search service if you can't find what you're looking for! Find out more here:
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MIDIRS Jun 14
Researchers would like midwives, maternity support workers and student midwives to take part in a short survey on outcomes and experiences of childbearing women with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Take part in the survey here:
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MIDIRS Jun 14
This week is Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2019. Read an article on infant mental health, taken from the latest issue of MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, here:
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The RCM Jun 13
We love hearing about the amazing time you all had at in Bath. Keep your tweets and photos coming! Don't forget to register your interest for 2020 and we'll notify you as soon as registration is open:
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MIDIRS Jun 13
Neurofibromatosis type 1 affects people in different ways. Some may have only mild symptoms, while others can experience serious complications and related conditions. Learn more and receive evidence of CPD here:
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MIDIRS Jun 12
MIDIRS Reference Database is the largest midwifery specific database in the world! Get unlimited access to this valuable resource here:
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