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SERIES 3 EP.6: Nurturing positive mental health during the pandemic

In this episode of Midwifery Hour series three, Dr Sheena Byrom OBE, Director, All4Maternity was joined by Fatima Ezzahra Ghauoch, Continuity Lead Midwife, Northampton General Hospital, Sam Tennyson, Team Leader, Northampton General Hospital, Dr Becca Moore, Clinical Psychiatrist, NHS and Louise Speakman, Midwifery Educator, UCLan - School of Community Health and Midwifery


This episode focused on mental health in maternity. Nurturing positive mental health during the pandemic is more important than ever. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a great impact on mental health and knowing what to do to spark that sense of joy, peace and contentment is important to practise.

A must for all healthcare professionals who would like recommendations on how to nurture positive mental health, this episode will explore techniques used to nurture and produce positive mental health.


This episode of the Maternity & Midwifery Hour – proudly supported by MATFLIX – focused on 'Nurturing positive mental health'.


Host Dr Sheena Byrom OBE (Director, All4Maternity) was joined by Fatima Ezzahra Ghauoch (Continuity Lead Midwife, Northampton General Hospital), Sam Tennyson (Team Leader, Northampton General Hospital), Dr Becca Moore (Clinical Psychiatrist, NHS) and Louise Speakman (Midwifery Educator, UCLan - School of Community Health and Midwifery).


Watch the Maternity & Midwifery Hour highlights now:


Dr Sheena Byrom OBE


Fatima Ezzahra Ghauoch & Sam Tennyson


Louise Speakman


Dr Becca Moore



You can listen to the episode on your podcast app of choice: Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Anchor.


DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: The next episode 7 will go LIVE via the Maternity and Midwifery Facebook here.


Register your place here and listen to the podcast here.


Catch up on Series 1 -3 here.

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