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To be the leading international information resource relating to childbirth and infancy, disseminating this information as widely as possible to assist in the improvement of maternity care

Perinatal Mental Health Conference at University of Salford

Midwives and allied health professionals are being encouraged to attend the Perinatal Mental Health Conference at the University of Salford.

Caesarean sections ‘affecting’ human pelvis evolution, suggests research

Research has suggested that regular caesarean sections is having an impact on human evolution.

Tuesday evenings with Michel Odent at Effraspace London

Former surgeon Michel Odent, who challenged perinatal beliefs and rituals in the mid-1970s, will be hosting various Tuesday evenings discussing a range of maternity and human evolution topics.

Well Mother: shiatsu for maternity care course for 2017

Well Mother will be holding its next ‘Shiatsu for maternity care’ course in Bristol, providing an insight into the practice and how it can be used by midwives and allied health professionals.

Mental health funding support for pregnant women and mothers revealed

NHS England has revealed its plans to improve mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers across the country.

MIDIRS Midwifery Digest

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How to become a midwife

Are you considering becoming a midwife? Find useful information on how you can start your midwifery journey today.
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Reference Database

Our Reference Database provides thousands of midwifery research articles to assist with your studies at university or in practice.
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About Us

Midwives Information and Resource Service (MIDIRS) is a not-for-profit educational charity, providing essential materials to assist midwives with their career development from the very beginning. Since 1985, our MIDIRS Midwifery Digest journal and Reference Database have helped midwives keep up to date with the latest developments in midwifery.

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