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  • 4 June, 2008
    Midwife Florence Kanikasamy has won a Mary Seacole development award for her research into implementation of the National Service Framework normal birth care pathways, focusing on the needs of black and minority ethnic (BME) women.
  • 4 June, 2008
    The publishers of RCM Midwives Journal are offering to pay for a student midwife to attend the RCM annual conference to be held in Torquay in May.
  • 4 June, 2008
    Board secretary for the RCM UK Board for Northern Ireland Breedagh Hughes recently attended the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) conference in Belfast.
  • 3 June, 2008
    New guidelines, supported by the RCM, have been launched to help healthcare professionals correctly diagnose why an infant is crying persistently.
  • 3 June, 2008
    A midwife from Essex has received a long service award for service within the maternity department.
  • 3 June, 2008
    In its annual The state of the world’s children report, UNICEF has said that ‘swift and decisive action’ is required in key areas to tackle the root causes of exclusion.
  • 3 June, 2008
    A College committee has submitted a motion to be discussed at the RCM annual conference, which proposes that women who ask for unnecessary epidurals should be made to pay for them.
  • 3 June, 2008
    Swansea University has appointed Billie Hunter as Wales’ first professor of midwifery.
  • 3 June, 2008
    The journal is encouraging midwives to write an article and share their thoughts and opinions with other readers.
  • 3 June, 2008
    A new service that keeps relatives updated with information and takes pressure off midwives to answer their inquiries during a woman’s labour and childbirth is now available across the UK.
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