In this sixth episode of Midwifery Hour series five, Sue Macdonald, Festival Chair, Midwifery Consultant and Educationalist was joined by Sophie Russell, Consultant Midwife, Associate Director for Quality and Safety (Women’s Gynaecology, Sexual Health and Neonates), Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust and Michelle Lynch, Bereavement Midwife, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.
How can midwives can meet the needs of Afghan women, especially in the context of the recent events in Afghanistan? In this session, speakers consider how midwives can work with women and families to ensure their health, safety and well being.
October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month and this session also considers the impact of baby loss on the women and families, and also on midwives and their colleagues.
Host Sue Macdonald (Festival Chair, Midwifery Consultant and Educationalist) was joined by Sophie Russell (Consultant Midwife, Associate Director for Quality and Safety, Womens, Gynaecology, Sexual Health and Neonates, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust) and Michelle Lynch (Bereavement Midwife, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust).
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This hour was produced by Neil Stewart Associates and filmed by Narrowcast Media Group.