A conference will be held to highlight and explore the delivery of The Maternity Transformation Programme, which was formed as part of the Better Births recommendations.
Delegates will have an opportunity to network with colleagues who play a core part in transforming maternity services, as well as learning more about personalisation and choice.
Key strategies for improving safety and outcomes for women will also be presented at the conference, which have been developed from early adopters and pioneer sites.
By the end of the day, delegates should feel inspired to move forward with transforming maternity services and delivering the recommendations outlined in the Better Births report.
The conference will be chaired by Director of Maternity Services and New-born Transformation/Chief Nurse Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust Professor Helen Young.
All delegates attending the conference will receive evidence of CPD for revalidation.
The Maternity Transformation Programme: Learning from the early adopters and pioneers conference will be held at De Vere West One Conference Centre, London, on Friday 15 September 2017.
Midwives and maternity support workers looking to attend the event will receive a 20% discount using the promotional code hcuk20midirs when making a booking online or by emailing Jayne at: Jayne@hc-uk.org.uk.
“Transforming maternity services is about so much more than a nine-month event, with some post-natal care. It’s fundamental to every family and every community. If we get care right during pregnancy, birth and early years, we set up the next generation to thrive. There can be no greater cause,” said Chief Executive Officer of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Chair of the NHS England Maternity Transformation Programme, Sarah-Jane Marsh, in March 2017.
To find out more and to book your place, please visit the Healthcare Conferences UK website here.
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