An exhibition on Birth Rights is currently touring the UK with Oxfam, with photos telling the story of two women’s experiences of childbirth in Ghana
Archive for the 'Maternity' Category
Maternity & newborn open meeting in Southwark tomorrow.
I wish I’d known about the baby shopping service from Baby Concierge when I was first pregnant and saved me and my wallet from a few disasters.
What do you think of the choices available to you for where and how you give birth? Should you be able to choose the type of delivery you have?
Surely a low risk woman will have a better birthing experience if she has a midwife with her in labour who she knows and who knows her.
Could you plot your journey from pregnancy through birth and beyond for our maternity pathway in Southwark?
Comment from Natasha Curry, health policy fellow at The King’s Fund making the case for midwife-led care in labour and birth. If you live in Southwark join the LINk Southwark Maternity and Newborn Task Group and Maternity Services Liaison Committee.
For me midwives come pretty high up on my list of women to admire so what better day to write a blog about maternity services than International Women’s Day.
Join the Maternity and Newborn Task Group at LINk Southwark
I’ve just come back from a meeting a King’s. I’m a lay member of the Maternity Services Liaison Committee which is a group of midwives, health professionals, commisioners, breast feeding counsellors and lay members who come together to bring feedback from the community on their antenatal, birth and postnatal experiences and to shape maternity services [...]