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Leading Royal Colleges urge the NHS to learn lessons and avoid redeploying maternity staff ahead of second wave
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Leading Royal Colleges urge the NHS to learn lessons and avoid redeploying maternity staff ahead of second wave

By Leading Royal Colleges urge the NHS to learn lessons and avoid redeploying maternity staff ahead of second wave on 30 September 2020 Learning the lessons of the first wave of COVID-19 is vital if we are to ensure the safe delivery of maternity services. These are the recommendations from the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Royal College of Midwives ...
RCM comments on latest Cwm Taf maternity services report 
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RCM comments on latest Cwm Taf maternity services report 

By RCM comments on latest Cwm Taf maternity services report  on 28 September 2020 Commenting on the latest progress report on Cwm Taf  Morgannwg University Health Board maternity services, Helen Rogers, Director for Wales at the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), said: “Maternity staff and senior managers at Cwm Taf ​Morgannwg are ...
Value NHS staff and award early and significant pay rise says RCM 
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Value NHS staff and award early and significant pay rise says RCM 

By Value NHS staff and award early and significant pay rise says RCM  on 24 September 2020 Welcoming the report from the NHS Confederation on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on NHS staff, Jon Skewes, Executive Director for External Relations at the Royal College of Midwives, said: “Yet another report highlights the incredible ...
RCM calls for dramatic changes in midwives’ working conditions and workplace wellbeing
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RCM calls for dramatic changes in midwives’ working conditions and workplace wellbeing

By RCM calls for dramatic changes in midwives’ working conditions and workplace wellbeing on 23 September 2020 The Royal College of Midwives has today welcomed a report from the King’s Fund which calls for minimum standards to improve working conditions for midwives and nurses, and to address exhaustion and burnout in both professions. The report sets ...
Targeted intervention to reduce severe tearing in childbirth ‘promising’, studies reveal
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Targeted intervention to reduce severe tearing in childbirth ‘promising’, studies reveal

on 17 September 2020 Two new evaluation papers exploring the impact of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ and Royal College of Midwives’ OASI Care Bundle have been published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology ...
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Safety must be the number one priority in maternity care, say leading Royal Colleges

on 24 July 2020 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have reiterated that the safety of women and babies in maternity services must be the number one priority of all care, as they welcome the announcement ...
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