The Maternity Transformation Programme Conference will be held in February 2018, updating midwives and maternity support workers on transforming maternity care and delivering the ‘Better Births’ vision.
Midwives and maternity support workers are invited to attend the next Maternity Transformation Programme ‘Learning from early adopters and pioneers’ to discover the latest developments in maternity care and to receive an update on the progress that has been made in delivering ‘Better Births’ recommendations.
Delegates will receive the opportunity to network with other maternity professionals from across the country and better understand key strategies for improving safety and better outcomes for women.
There will also be a chance to hear some of the latest evidence in reducing stillbirths, and improving perinatal mental health.
Information on the latest Personal Maternity Care Budget developments will also be available.
Chief Nurse/Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, Professor Helen Young, said: “Understanding how to co-design services with women, use STPs to fund and resource changes needed in maternity services and harnessing the support of neonatal and maternity clinical networks will be covered on this day.
“Maternity and new born services must be safer, more efficient and built around the choice and empowerment of the women. If maternity care is your business this is a conference you should attend.”
The Maternity Transformation Programme: ‘Learning from early adopters and pioneers’ Conference will be held at the De Vere West One Conference Centre, London, on Monday 5 February 2017.
All delegates will receive CPD accreditation points for attending, which contributes towards revalidation evidence.
On the day of the conference the official Twitter hashtag will be #MaternityTransformation.
For more information on the conference and how to book your place, please visit the Health Conference UK website here.
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