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What pregnant women with chronic medical conditions want

“Every woman needs a midwife, some need a doctor too” 1 Up to 25% of women start pregnancy with at…


4 ways to create sustainable and satisfying midwifery continuity

Women and their babies have better outcomes and experiences when they receive care from a known midwife across the continuum…


Midwives are leaving the profession – could group clinical supervision help?

The world needs midwives Maternal and infant health are a global priority. Midwives are pivotal to the wellbeing of women…


Transforming maternity care requires the full contribution of the midwifery profession

Adjunct Professor Jocelyn Toohill PhD Midwives play a critical role in healthcare. Unfortunately, most health leaders, and many health professionals…


Overcoming barriers to obstetric support for midwifery continuity of care models

by Midwives Siubhan McCaffery and Professor Jenny Gamble, with Obstetrician Kirsten Small One of the frequently mentioned barriers to the…


Maternity continuity of care model changing lives

Our workforce studies show working in continuity of care is better for midwives and women and helps retain this very…