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Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Forum: Midwifery Exchange #maternity2015
22 Sep 2015
A professional development forum for midwives and student midwives wishing to update their skills and knowledge around key topics including antenatal and postnatal care, labour and care of the newborn.   This forum, devised especially for midwives and allied healthcare professionals in Manchester and the North West, offers you the chance to hear from leading midwifery experts and choose from a series of best practice seminars and workshops. This follows on from a hugely successful London Forum that has attracted over 1000 registrations.   Please note that podcast content from the Community Nursing Family Health event follows on after the Maternity Midwifery and Baby content i.e. it appears at the bottom of the page.  
Programme
Sue Macdonald, Midwifery Consultant
Chair’s welcome

Stephanie Michaelides, Senior Lecturer, Middlesex University
Newborn care: listening to the newborn

The first 1000 days... a unique opportunity
Claire Allan, Modern Matron - Inpatient Services and Claire Croxall, Modern Matron - Intrapartum Care, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

What's on now:
Dr Julie Wray, Senior Lecturer, University of Salford
Research cameo

Questions and discussion
Seminar 1: Quality Improvement Collaborative Project Proposal: unexpected neonatal collapse on delivery suite and postnatal wards
Kade Mondeh, Project Lead, Practice Development Lead, Midwife/Supervisor of Midwives, Barts Health NHS Trust

Seminar 2: Importance of maternal nutrition
Karen Jewell, Consultant Midwife in Public Health, Cardiff and Vale Health Board

Seminar 3: Why do we vaccinate in pregnancy?
Helen Campbell, Senior Clinical Scientist, PHE Immunisation Team

Seminar 4: Post delivery debriefing
Maureen McSherry, Consultant Midwife, NHS Lanarkshire

Seminar 5: Olive oil, sunflower oil or no oil for baby dry skin or baby massage? New evidence from the OBSeRvE study
Alison Cooke, Midwife/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, The University of Manchester

Seminar 6: Putting compassion, care and kindness into practice by developing the role of the Bereavement Specialist Midwife
Emma Lane & Victoria Holmes, Specialist Bereavement Midwives, St Marys Hospital, Manchester

Seminar 7: Antenatal anxieties: evidence based implementation of a therapeutic antenatal group
Karen Murray, Midwife and Christine Chester, Child Psychotherapist, Stockport’s Infant Parent Service

Seminar 8: Caseloading for all risk women – benefits and outcomes
Maureen Collins, Quality and Governance Lead, One to One (North West) Ltd;
Jeanette Jones, Risk Manager/Supervisor of Midwives, One to One (North West) Ltd.

Seminar 9: Childbirth trauma
Emma Mathews and Helen Smith, Perinatal Mental Health Midwives, Antenatal Clinic, Women and Children’s Division, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Seminar 10: Realities from practice: what it means to midwives and student midwives to care for women with BMIs 30> kg/m2 during the childbirth continuum
Taniya Roberts, Senior Midwifery Lecturer, University of Chester

Seminar 11: Making maternal mental health matter
Dr Beckie Lang, Health and Research Manager, Tommy’s the baby charity

Seminar 12: Eating for 1, healthy and active for 2; compact training for midwives to build knowledge and confidence in giving nutrition, physical activity and weight management advice during pregnancy
Andrea Basu, Network lead - Public Health Dietetics Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Dr Bernie Divall, Research Fellow, University of Nottingham
Thinking big in midwifery

Sue Macdonald, Midwifery Consultant
Closing remarks

Community nursing and family health - Better local integration to improve health outcomes
Councillor Lisa Stone, Assistant Mayor for Health and Wellbeing, Salford City Council

Community nursing and family health - Developing innovative nursing roles
Margaret Kitching, Chief Nurse North, NHS England

Community nursing and family health - Questions and discussion
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 1: Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing Programme, including clinical management and support for children, young people and families in Staffordshire
Tilly Flanagan, Strategic Commissioning Lead for Health Improvement and Natalie Kelly, Public Health Commissioning Lead for Children & YoungPeople, Staffordshire County Council

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 2: Importance of maternal nutrition
Karen Jewell, Consultant Midwife in Public Health, Cardiff and Vale Health Board

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 3: NHS/local authority integration of CAMHS: a unique opportunity to establish an effective early stage CAMHS pathway
Richard Shircore, Independent Adviser in Public and Community Health, The Shircore Consultancy

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 4: The experiences of health visitors in implementing a digital child health record, the eRedBook, in the UK: some challenges and lessons learned
Siobhan O'Connor, Lecturer in Nursing Informatics, University of Manchester

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 5: The patient held record: your health in your hands – the digital pen project
Christine Chlad, eHealth Project Manager and Graeme Macpherson, Community Nurse, NHS Western Isles

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 6: Developing a framework for CPD for caring for older people with complex needs
Professor Pauline Pearson, Professor of Nursing, Northumbria University

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 7: Olive oil, sunflower oil or no oil for baby dry skin or baby massage? New evidence from the OBSeRvE study
Alison Cooke, Midwife/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, The University of Manchester

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 8: Making records count! Delivering clinical benets through SNOMED CT
Michael Bond, Clinical Information Architect (and Advanced Nurse Practitioner), Health and Social Care Information Centre

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 9: Making maternal mental health matter
Dr Beckie Lang, Health and Research Manager, Tommy’s the baby charity

Community nursing and family health - Workshop 10: Abortion law and practice in Northern Ireland: impact on the lives of women and the roles of health professionals engaged in community and public health across the UK
Pauline Daniels and Florence Mitchell, Lecturers in School of Nursing and Midwifery in Legal, Ethical and Professional Aspects of Nursing, Queens University, Belfast

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