By Carmel Moran on 06 April 2018
Through our global midwifery projects we have been lucky enough to meet many dedicated and inspirational midwives across Nepal, Cambodia, Uganda, Malawi and Bangladesh, and representing them today we want to introduce Sangita.
By Isabelle Lemberger-Cooper on 21 March 2018
Isabelle Lemberger–Cooper is a research midwife from Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust, an RCM Steward, and is currently undertaking a volunteer placement as part of the RCM / Bangladesh Midwifery Society Twinning Project.
By Joy Kemp on 08 March 2018
On this International Women’s Day we celebrate the work that many of our RCM members are engaged in. On a recent trip to Uganda, our global team caught up with Diane Lockhart, a midwife and RCM member from Northern Ireland, working in a Kampala ...
By Jon Skewes, Executive Director for External Relations
Following queries on the Wuhan novel coronavirus, we would like to share the following information from Public Health England (PHE) to update all our members with both clinical guidance and public information to share among staff and women.
By Carmel Moran on 16 October 2017
As my first couple of weeks here as Global Projects Officer draw to a close, I can safely say that if I were a midwife in the UK, I’d be pleased to know that there was such a dedicated team of individuals here for support!
By Joy Kemp on 09 October 2017
The Royal College of Midwives and the Bangladesh Midwifery Society started a new twinning partnership in June 2017. Initially for one year, this may extend for a further three years if successful. This is part of a larger midwifery strengthening ...