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Dame Tina Lavender

Professor of Midwifery, University of Manchester

25 years of BJM

For those of you as old as us, you will remember 1993 as a significant year for many reasons Mr Blobby was knocked off the number one spot by Take That with their song ‘Babe’; Sonia represented the UK...

The use of telemetry in labour: Results of a national online survey of UK maternity units

Fetal heart rate monitoring in labour aims to identify fetuses who may be developing hypoxia, and allow timely intervention to prevent long-term poor neurological outcomes (Alfirevic et al, 2017)

Consent for newborn screening and storage of blood samples

Newborn bloodspot screening is seen as one of the most important public health initiatives and is practised in most high-income countries In England, newborn bloodspot screening is introduced to...

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