In the context of finite NHS resources and evidence of the importance of midwifery care for childbearing women, there are concerns about midwives leaving, women’s mixed experiences of maternity care provision, and the future of midwifery education.
This conference offers multi-disciplinary clinicians, childbearing women, students and those interested in contributing to the future of maternity care a chance to hear about
• Drivers guiding midwifery practice and education in the UK and their impact on clinicians
• Childbearing women’s expectations and experiences of maternity care
• Best available evidence about models of care that benefit childbearing women and midwives
Dr Susan Crowther - Professor of Midwifery,
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
Dr Sara Denham - Consultant Midwife, NHS Grampian
Dr Celia Grigg - Reseach fellow, Maternal Health
and Wellbeing Research Group, The University of
Dr Louise Hunter - Research fellow, City, Centre
for Maternal and Child Health, School of Health
Sciences, University of London
Dr Amanda Scamell - Midwifery Lecturer, City
Attendance fee for the day, including coffee, lunch and tea is £45 and £30 for students.
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Chakrabiti Lecture Theatre, Oxford Brookes University, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus, Oxford, OX3 0BPTO