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Prof Jane Sandall
Maternal Health Services and Systems, Safety, quality and implementation. Social Science researcher and midwife. Tweeting in personal capacity.
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CLAHRC South London Jul 17
That’s the end of Thank you to all the delegates, organisers and great faculty (pictured) for making it such an interesting and enjoyable event! Looking forward to seeing many of you at the conference tomorrow.
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Prof Jane Sandall Jul 18
great talk by on scale up and the dark side great social science critique of implementation and improvement must involve participatory approach
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Jocelyn Toohill Jul 13
Global issue of under-recognising midwifery and confusing the profession with the nursing profession as if they are the same, limits identity and appreciation of differences.
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Prof Jane Sandall Jul 14
Margaret Hamilton: ‘They worried that the men might rebel. They didn’t’
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UKMidSS Jul 12
Our colleagues are asking for your views on important unanswered research questions about diabetes and pregnancy. Have a look at their survey!
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Lia Brigante Jul 12
Long term relationships between GP and patients improve health outcomes and should not be sacrificed on the altar of efficiency writes to
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Abigail Easter Jul 12
Looking forward to today's event - continuity of care & managing complexity during & after pregnancy.
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Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent OBE Jul 12
A powerful story courageously shared by Jessica. Continuity of carer matters
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James Harris Jul 12
Ha, I look asleep in that photo! One of the nicest research projects I’ve been involved in, thanks to
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Jacqui Kempen Jul 12
Lewisham Poppie Team Midwives and after presenting their fabulous caseloading research
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Prof Jane Sandall Jul 12
For the first time we have a service contract and planning guidance to support continuity
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Mary Newburn Jul 12
Fabulous talks about her PhD on care for women w socially complex lives. Having a trusting relationship w wmn, interpreters available, flexibility, go to where women are.
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CLAHRC South London Jul 12
'My ambition is that England is the safest place to give birth in the world but we will only achieve that if we have evidence based practice.' '
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Mary Newburn Jul 12
Last speaker of the morning, @sharinbaldwin talks about engaging father's in her research about men's needs in pregnancy and afterwards. key message: men are not difficult to engage & were happy to talk about their feelings& mental health.
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Elizabeth Duff Jul 12
Passport in hand, I’m crossing the divide to SE London, looking forward to hearing ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & other distinguished experts on
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Mary Newburn Jul 12
introduces the Re-Assure project & the Always Ask animation. Available for use in NHS clinics. On website.
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Abigail Easter Jul 12
Here are the posters. may be able to send originals if photos not clear!!
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Mary Newburn Jul 12
This is a clip from the public info video. Visit Tommy's website to see it on line. It should be widely used! The attempt to create an image that all wmn could relate to, only partially successful
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Alison Wright Jul 12
Fantastic presentations and discussion on and managing complexity in pregnancy and after
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