Oxford Brookes University student midwives are pleased to announce their upcoming conference ‘Bump, birth and beyond: bonding with your baby’.
The conference will be exploring the impact of bonding with mother and baby, providing a comprehensive insight for students, midwives and those who have an interest in the psychology of the mother-baby dyad.
During the day, delegates will get the opportunity to see research presentations by postgraduate students on various topics including the neonatal impact when it comes to binge drinking during pregnancy and evaluating antenatal mindfulness intervention.
Students from Oxford Brookes University will be holding a charity raffle and cake sale where all proceeds will go to the charity Mummy’s Star.
Confirmed speakers for the event are: Antenatal Parent Educator Bridget Supple, Positive Birth Movement Oxford Guin Webster, Freelance Midwife Rachel Fitz-Desorgher and SAPlings (Social Aspects of Pregnancy) Midwife Lisa Clayden.
To attend the conference tickets are £10 for students and £20 for professionals and other members of the public.
Students of Oxford Brookes University can attend the ‘Bump, birth and beyond: bonding with your baby’ for free.
Coffee, tea and light refreshments are included.
The ‘Bumps, birth and beyond: bonding with your baby’ conference will be held in the JHB Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building on the Headington Campus, on Thursday 27 July 2017, from 9am to 4pm.
Tickets for the event can be purchased via the Oxford Brookes University website here.
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