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Resilience: showing strength in the face of adversity conference

The University of Salford Midwifery Society has announced the 4th annual student-led conference, 'Resilience: showing strength in the face of adversity' focusing on the theme of resilience.

Certified Birth Trauma Resolution Practitioner Training Programme

New dates have been released for the highly acclaimed and certified Birth Trauma Resolution Practitioner Training Programme, by Jenny Mullan.

North of England Breech Birth Conference

The second North of England Breech Birch Conference will be reviewing the latest evidence surrounding holistic care for women who have elected to have a vaginal breech birth.

In Awe of Birth Conference 2017

Midwives and allied health professionals, who have an interest and passion for childbirth, are invited to attend the In Awe of Birth Conference 2017.

MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, March 2017 issue

Relevant and essential reading for all student midwives, midwives and allied health professionals.

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.

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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