BJM Conference
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STREAMED LIVE Wednesday 24th – Thursday 25th March!

With 2 days of incredibly current topics, the British Journal of Midwifery Virtual Conference gives a chance for the midwifery community to come together in these difficult times and engage in key education free of charge.

Sessions have live Q&A and all are CPD-certified so you can fulfil your hours from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

The registration process takes just a minute. There’s nothing to install or set up, simply register and fill out your details to watch.

All webinars are available on demand, to ensure you can watch at a time that suits you.
24 - 25 March 2021
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    Exploring the educational needs of staff in caring for those birthing in the trans community
    Individuals who do not identify as women may be challenged in a variety of wa...
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    How to better support mothers with post-traumatic stress disorder
    In the UK, about 30,000 women a year experience postnatal PTSD, but the...
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    First trimester screening for Preeclampsia
    Preeclampsia (PE) is a medical disorder that occurs in approximately 2-8% of ...
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    Midwifery-Led Research into Infant Skin Integrity from Birth to 8 Weeks
    In 2018-2019 a midwifery-led research team from the University of Salford und...
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    A Dietitian’s Overview of Infant Formula Milks for Use From Birth Onwards
    Breast milk provides the optimal nutrition for infants. However, when infant ...
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    Can augmentation with Oxytocin be ‘too much, too soon’?
    This session will discuss the key findings from the above mentioned paper. Wi...
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    The importance of healthy eating and activity in pregnancy
    The session aims to help midwives advise women on the importance of healthy e...
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    Teaching Compassionate Mind Training (CMT) to help midwives cope with traumatic clinical incidents
    This talk and accompanying paper...
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    Change on the frontline: Are we learning from harm?
    Is the frontline in maternity learning from harm? Findings will be presented ...
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    Supporting families as a Midwife through baby loss
    This session will explore how Student Midwives and Midwives can provide impac...
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    Post-caesarean wound infection: Prevention and management
    Wound complications can lead to a poor birthing experience but can be prevent...
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    Obesity Matters - The Elephant in the Room
    This session will discuss the above mentioned study and provide background to...
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    A parent's experience of Trisomy 18
    Trisomy 18 (Edwards’ syndrome) - where babies have an extra copy of chromosom...
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    Importance of obtaining informed consent for trisomy screening
    The session will be presented in two parts. The first part will explore the l...
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    Supporting parents through prenatal diagnosis
    This session will draw on ARC’s 30 years’ experience of working with women an...
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