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How to keep your editor happy? Keep it simple

What do editors do? Editing British Journal of Midwifery (BJM) involves a great deal: seeing articles safely through peer review; reading each piece for errors and clarity (each article will be read...

MPs cannot work without safe maternity care

In the slight lull in news about Brexit and the Conservative party leadership contest, papers have finally been able to report on other stories, although they may not always stray far from...

Meet BJM's new arrivals

Although there is much about midwifery that has remained unchanged since it was first practised, the profession is inherently one of new beginnings. From welcoming a new life into the world, to...

Midwives as ‘defenders’—in the UK and abroad

Thanks to years of campaigning to raise awareness and conduct research, it is now likely that midwives will have heard of and received training on female genital mutilation (FGM). Although cases are...

Why choose British Journal of Midwifery?

BJM supports midwives by sharing expertise and advice to help you build confidence, grow professionally and improve care.

What's included

  • Evidence-based best practice

  • Peer-reviewed research

  • Practical guidance

  • CPD support

Subscriptions start:

From £12.75 GBP