MIDIRS is delighted to announce its working relationship with Mum & Baby Academy, providing midwives and allied health care professionals with even more CPD resources.
Mum & Baby Academy offer a wide range of learning modules exclusively for health professionals, such as ‘Management of Infantile Colic’ and ‘Optimising bonding and attachment’.
The new working relationship between MIDIRS and Mum & Baby Academy joins together both our objectives to support midwives and allied health professionals in their practice.
Commenting on the working relationship, MIDIRS Principal Editor, Cathy Ashwin, said: “We are pleased to have the opportunity to share the unique learning packages developed by Mum & Baby Academy on our website.
“These online modules will contribute to your CPD and revalidation process. In addition, the information held within these short modules provides contemporary evidence-based information, reviewed by leading academics in the field of midwifery that will also enhance the care you give to women and their families.”
Midwives and allied health professionals can assess their own learning through the modules, as well as downloading a CPD learning log and patient-support materials.
“Increasingly, midwives need clinically relevant, academically robust, independent CPD to support their revalidation. The Mum & Baby Academy is dedicated to providing midwives and health visitors with high-quality complementary CPD that helps drive improvements in antenatal and postnatal care,” says Nicky Clark, Lead Midwife for Education and acting Head of Department Midwifery and Child Health at the University of Hull and one of the consulting editors for the Mum & Baby Academy.
“I’m delighted that the collaboration with MIDIRS will help bring the excellent modules produced by the Mum & Baby Academy to the attention of a wide audience.”
For more information about the learning modules and how to access resources, visit the Mum & Baby Academy website here.
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