By Juliette Astrup on 23 March 2018
‘We simply do not have enough midwives for the job we are trying to do.’ This is the view of Sarah-Jane Marsh, chair of the Maternity Transformation Programme, NHS England, speaking yesterday (22 March) at a seminar in London.
By Julie Griffiths on 14 March 2018
A new report shows that just one in six clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are meeting the national ambition that fewer than 6% of women should be smoking at the time they give birth.
By Julie Griffiths on 13 March 2018
A survey of more than 4000 pregnant women shows that 61% would reduce their caffeine consumption habits after being made aware of how much caffeine there is in daily items.
By Terri Coates on 07 March 2018
Call the midwife is one of the BBC’s most popular and award-winning series and has given the profession a great boost, thanks to the programme’s midwifery advisor Terri Coates.