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The RCM is the only professional organisation and trade union dedicated to serving midwifery and the whole midwifery team. We provide workplace advice and support, professional and clinical guidance and information, and learning opportunities with our broad range of events, conferences and online resources.
Find the latest RCM and professional midwifery news here. Read blogs, watch video blogs and read in-depth articles, briefings and reports on clinical midwifery practice, development and professional issues.
Journalists can contact the press team by email or telephone 020 7312 3456, where you will also hear a voicemail message with an out-of-hours number for after 5pm/weekends/bank holidays.
Our members know that should the worst happen they have got the best support in their corner. You can turn to the RCM should you need support with disciplinary hearings or clinical negligence, and many other issues.
If you need workplace help, support or advice and don’t know who your workplace representative is, call us on: 0300 303 0444.
Our network of workplace representatives (WPR) are the backbone of the RCM. We have three types of WPRs; stewards, learning reps and health and safety reps. Our networks spread further with workplace branches, student forums and societies.
There are many different ways to continue your personal and professional development with our online study tools and resources. From the learning resource i-learn to our back catalogue of Evidence Based Midwifery and Midwives magazine, there are plenty of resources to draw upon. You can even visit our heritage collection library in London.
The Royal College of Midwives, since its foundation in 1881, has sought to work with and support midwives from all over the world, through international forums and committees and by fostering links with individual midwives and associations.
You can find out about the global projects the RCM is involved with here.
For more information on global midwifery, contact us