However, kindness, compassion and mutual respect has improved the efficiency of services, as well as driving morale among other midwives and healthcare staff.
The Roar Conference: Compassion in Maternity Services builds on the successful book: “Roar Behind the Silence”, with contributors due to speak and share their message with midwives.
Key speakers for the conference are Professor Soo Downe from the University of Central Lancashire and Midwifery Consultant Sheena Byrom OBE.
A selection of workshops will be held throughout the day to suit subject preferences.
The Roar Conference: Compassion in Maternity Services welcomes all professional, graduate and student midwives.
It will be held on Saturday 12 September at Maple House in Birmingham, from 9am-4:15pm.
Student discount ticket rates are available where students can save £29.
For more information about the conference, visit the website here.