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Achieving Sustainability workshops for Baby Friendly standards introduced

Achieving Sustainability workshops have been introduced by UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative to support services in incorporating Baby Friendly standards.

RCM condemns 1% pay rise for NHS midwives

The NHS Pay Review Body has announced that NHS Midwives will receive a 1% pay rise in 2017/18, following ministers accepting the proposal.

New report highlights barriers in women’s health care in the UK

A report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women’s Health has highlighted numerous barriers when it comes to women’s gynaecological health.

JOB VACANCY: Midwifery Education and Policy Advisor at NMC

About us We are the UK’s nursing and midwifery regulator.

Charity disappointed by refusal of group B Strep routine screening

Leading charity Group B Strep Support is disappointed that the UK National Screening Committee will ask the Government to refuse to introduce routine screening of group B Strep for all pregnant women.

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