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This June, in support of Sands Awareness Month, MATFLIX is donating £2.50 from every purchase of this boxset to Sands, the stillbirth & neonatal death charity.
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"Recently student midwifes are stepping up and helping the NHS in its hour of need – this boxset will help as you take the first steps."
Dr Jenny Hall, Boxset curator, MATFLIX
Being a midwife who is newly qualified (NQM) is exhilarating but also can be challenging. The purpose of this box set is to provide midwives in this transition time with information about aspects of midwifery care to both keep up-to-date with important changes affecting the profession as well as support for the role.
New models of practice in caseloading and A-Equip are covered along with future education for midwifery, and maintaining as a midwife both via professional revalidation and taking care of yourself.
The boxset is made up of the following talks by maternity experts:
The Future Midwife - Looking forward to 2030 | Professor Mary Renfrew, University of Dundee
Breaking the Mould: Caseloading as a newly qualified midwife | Jill Darlington and Colleagues
A-Equip and Leadership | Professor Jacqueline Dunkley Bent OBE, Chief Maternity Officer for England
Keeping on Keeping Up | Dr Cathy Ashwin, Principal Editor, MIDIRS
The Real Work-life Balance Kindness, Caring and Compassion | Sheena Byrom OBE
The videos all originate at one of the excellent Maternity and Midwifery Forum festivals that have been commissioned by Sue MacDonald (Co-editor, Mayes Midwifery Textbook for Midwives). This boxsets has been curated by Dr Jenny Hall.
This learning module can be used towards CPD for revalidation with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in the UK, and equivalent bodies in other jurisdictions.