on 03 October 2019
3,500 delegates, 35 plenary speakers, 29 member-led abstracts, 8 sponsored fringe sessions, 50 exhibitors, a choir, mindfulness and pilates. This year’s RCM Annual conference was crammed with content to inspire, challenge, share learning ...
on 03 October 2019
The West Yorkshire and Harrogate Local Maternity System (WY&H LMS) aims to be a first choice place to work, attracting and retaining a highly effective workforce that will be well led, innovative and will continuously learn.
on 02 October 2019
The RCM is looking for a recent user of maternity services to help create and run an exciting new network, with the intention of improving the experiences and outcomes for all of those involved in maternity services.
on 23 September 2019
The RCM has developed a new section in the Emma’s Diary Pregnancy Guide and Guide to Labour & Birth. These will provide pregnant women with information on the RCM’s Care in Labour blue-top guidance, with the aim of supporting conversations between ...
By Alice Sorby, Employment Relations Advisor, External Relations on 17 September 2019
I’m sure you will have seen the inspirational young people led by Greta Thunberg who have been going on strike from school on Fridays to highlight the climate emergency and demand action from world leaders. On the 20 September adults are being ...
on 09 August 2019
The RCOG’s Research and Information Services, including library, archives, rare books, museum and artworks, along with the integrated library and heritage collection of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) will be packed and moved to Union ...
on 05 July 2019
Six new representatives have joined the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) board following board elections and one existing board member has also been re-elected to the RCM Board. The new Board take up their roles on 1st September 2019.