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Baby Loss Certificates in England explained - and why their introduction matters

This year, for the first time ever, pregnancy losses which happen before 24 weeks’ gestation will receive formal recognition in England in a welcome step…

By Ellen McGreevy
Britain’s first Birth Trauma Inquiry launched – and you can help change policy

Parents and maternity professionals are being invited to tell their experiences of traumatic births for a Government inquiry which could change NHS policy. The inquiry…

By Hannah Travis
How PTSD can strike parents after birth due to inadequate maternity care

The Maternity Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary Hospital has recently dropped two ratings to ‘inadequate’. Some of the problems highlighted can lead to PTSD in…

By Mollie Benjamin
Why I'm supporting the Black Maternal Mental Health Week to help the UK's Black mums

The 4th Black Maternal Mental Health Week is taking place from 25 September to 1 October 2023. Coordinated by The Motherhood Group, the week highlights…

By Olivia Boschat
Hull Royal Infirmary maternity service failing its legal obligations

Hull Royal Infirmary (HRI) maternity service is not safe or well-led.  This is the conclusion of the Care Quality Commission’s report into maternity services at…

By Jo Chapman
Another day, another task force – what difference will this make to maternity services?

In July 2023, the government announced it had established a “Task Force” to identify early when a maternity service is vulnerable and at risk of…

By Jo Chapman
The Continuing Scandal of Sodium Valproate Prescription for Pregnant Women

The Sunday Times has recently published an investigation that reveals sodium valproate, an antiepileptic drug, is still being prescribed to pregnant women and women who…

By Sally Simpson
Black Maternal Health Awareness Week

The second annual awareness week to highlight Black women and birthing people’s maternal health outcomes begins this week (13th to 18th September 2021).

By Hannah Travis

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