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Catching up cartoons

The following cartoons were published on Facebook before they were posted here. Without further ado …

Subject-consent-object (SCO order!)

The usage “consent the patient” is one that horrified us when it first came to our attention. 321 more words

Cartoons

Packing your hospital bag

Here is the ultimate list and tips on what to pack in your hospital bag. Anita is a GentleBirth Instructor and Birth Doula in Ballydesmond, Co. 1,460 more words

New impact report on maternity care

The Royal College of Medicines| New impact report on maternity care

NICE has published a new report that  explores how its evidence-based guidance contributes to improvements. 43 more words

Maternity Care

Labour Toolkit

Following on from last weeks blog post  I felt it was important to continue on with creating a positive mindset for labour & birth and what mom to be and her birth partner can do to prepare for a positive birth. 373 more words

The Fifteen steps for Maternity Quality

NHS England|Fifteen steps for Maternity Quality from the perspective of people who use maternity services| May 2018

Fifteen steps for Maternity Quality from the perspective of people who use maternity service, is part of a suite of toolkits for The Fifteen Steps Challenge, which help to explore the experience of people who use maternity services and are a way of involving them in quality assurance processes. 111 more words

Guidance

7 Hal "Unik" Maternity Care di Belanda

Awal mula sampai di daratan Eropa saya galau juga. Yaqdzan mulai sekolah full day, saya sedang hamil trimester 2. Kerjaannya cuma di rumah & jemput anak sekolah. 1,270 more words

Hidup Di Belanda

The importance of Birth Preference's and why you should write one

Writing your birth preferences is a topic that has some mixed views, I have heard moms say that “it is a great idea and really helped me prepare for birth” 791 more words