Health Conferences UK is pleased to announce three conferences in 2019, focusing on some of the most current talking points in midwifery right now.
All three conferences will be held at De Vere West One Conference Centre in London.
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Saving Babies Lives: Reducing Stillbirth
When: Monday 4 February 2019
The stillbirth rate in the UK Is one of the highest in Europe. This conference will be focusing on the important issue of reducing stillbirth and exploring the key interventions that can be implemented in achieving the national ambition to reduce the rate by 50% by 2020.
The conference will be chaired by Chief Executive at Tommy’s, Jane Brewin, with an opening presentation from Father and Founder of Grace in Action, David Monteith.
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Handling Concerns about Fitness to Practise of Midwives: Managing Complaints and Concerns about Midwives and Support Midwives in Difficulty
When: Monday 18 March 2019
Further your knowledge of handling complaints and concerns following the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) new approach to fitness to practise procedures which were launched September 2018. This event will present case studies and national development on how to effectively manage complaints and concerns about midwifery practice.
The conference will be chaired by Senior Midwifery Advisor at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Jacqui Williams.
Find out more here: www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/fitness-to-practice-midwives
Improving Perinatal Mental Health Crisis Service: Reducing Maternal Suicides
Presentations at this conference will be highlighting identification, response and support to perinatal crisis. Delegates will gain further knowledge of maternal suicide prevention and learn about the latest policy developments in perinatal maternal mental health.
Author, Advocate and Speaker on perinatal mental health, Elaine Hanzak, will be chairing this conference.
Find out more here: www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/perinatal-mental-health-crisis
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