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Baby Lifeline Jan 22
Judy & Sara Ledger closing what has been a truly amazing day. Thank you to each & every delegate, speaker, exhibitor, & sponsor who made this day possible, & all of you who joined the discussion with us & showcased your tireless work to make maternity care safer.
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Mothers Instinct Jan 22
Ed Prosser-Snelling asks the audience if they have been bullied in the workplace . Massive show of hands. He asks same audience which here is a bully?’ No hands. He says we have to look at our own behaviours at work..
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tumtumtum Jan 22
It is so encouraging that data proves β€˜human factors training’ correlates directly to lowered birth injury and mortality.
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Ed Prosser-Snelling🏴󠁧󠁒󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Jan 22
β€œWe all share the profound belief that there is too much avoidable harm in healthcare in maternity” Rt Hon opening Present: Parents, healthcare professionals, politicians, journalists, royal colleges. What will the themes be? What will we DO?
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Louise Page Jan 22
β€œA fantastic woman” a great and very true introduction for at
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Mothers Instinct Jan 22
Professor Dame Lesley Regan says drum into everyone in your organisation β€˜asking for help is a strength not a weakness’
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MaryAdams Jan 22
Micheal Magro highlights need for active involvement of woman in investigations with national training standards and support for staff involved in incident disclosure and discussion ⁦ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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jossette jones Jan 22
How HALT impacts on the clinical care
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Rebecca Hunt Jan 22
Informed consent following Montgomery in obstetrics conference.
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Donna Rees Jan 22
Emeritus Professor Walker providing HSIB recommendations on maternity safety. Huge learning opportunities.
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Campaign for Safer Births Jan 22
Learning about the Montgomery judgement from James Badenoch QC. With Nadine here! Thank you for your amazing contribution to maternity safety. Women must be informed of all risks. Informed choice.
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Another take away from β€˜The Patient Centred test’
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Rebecca Goldsmith Jan 22
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Ruth-Anna Jan 22
'Be kind to each other Be kind to women Be kind to yourselves' says
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Natalie Cosgrove Jan 22
There is an assumption that Claimant Lawyers antagonise this process for the family & the clinicians involved. We are there to seek answers & are often met with push back. Not from clinicians involved, but those who represent them. It’s an unfair assumption.
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Nick Brazel Jan 22
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Rebecca Goldsmith Jan 22
Total genius ....a much needed chuckle but serious learning
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Great to learn about the today at and the suggestion that other workforce bodies who may benefit from implantation also ...🧐
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Alice Heron Jan 22
Colleagues at Please come and meet the in the break and take a look at our poster. β€˜Meet the Neighbours’... Improving MDT dynamics and positively impacting women’s experiences
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Nisha β€˜Flatten The Curve’ Khot Jan 22
Three slide summary of Barriers to a Learning Culture. How many of these barriers can you see on display in your professional life? Equally applicable in healthcare globally.
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