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Digital health innovation to support sensitive enquiry about female genital mutilation

The ‘Let's talk FGM’ app was an MSA project. App development followed the phases and outputs of NHS Innovations South East (2014) as a project guide, namely: planning, developing app content, design...

Midwives' evaluation of their role in crowdsourcing activities to improve the maternity experience: part 1

Quality in healthcare services has been a contentious subject over the past decade Recent reports have highlighted previously unacceptable poor practice in failing NHS Trusts (Francis, 2013; Kirkup,...

Integrating social media into routine midwifery services: Maternity Direct+

The term, ‘social media’ is defined as a group of Internet-based applications (programmes) that allow the creation and exchange of user generated content (Kaplan and Haenlein, 2010) Social media...

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