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Professional midwifery advocate

Coaching and mentoring skills: a complement to the professional midwifery advocate role

In March 2021, the A-EQUIP professional midwifery advocate model was adopted by the nursing profession. This came at a time when support was, and still is, essential for nurses across all settings...

A report on a quality improvement initiative to increase midwives' confidence in attending home birth

Aquality improvement project was initiated with the aim of increasing home birth within a London NHS trust In 2016, the ‘Better Births’ report (NHS, 2016) was published As an early adopter for the...

The role of the PMA and barriers to the successful implementation of restorative clinical supervision

As a profession, there have been recent changes to improve the quality and effectiveness of care and learn from significant incidents The need for change and improved support became apparent following...

Restorative clinical supervision: a reflection

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) holds the overall responsibility for regulation of midwives Following the removal of statutory supervision in 2017, a new model of employer-led supervision,...

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