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Bursting the Bubble II: Bereavement Care & Support in Maternity

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University of Central Lancashire

Greenbank Lecture Theatre

Fylde Road

Preston

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The bubbles are back!

Please join us for Bursting the Bubble II

Back by popular demand, UCLan Midwifery Society introduce a very special Passionate Midwifery Conference brought to you in collaboration with Natalie Oldham and friends .

Please join us for a day in raising awareness of the importance of bereavement care and support within maternity servises. With an expert line up of guest speakers presenting a range of topics we aim to educate on the subjects including; bereavement, still birth, supporting siblings after loss and compassionate induction including sessions on self care as a healthcare professional supporting families through bereavement.

Chairing the event will be Sheena Byrom who will welcome guest speakers including:

  • Jacque Gerrard (RCM) - Reducing Stillbirth Rates in the UK

  • David Monteith - A Fathers Perspective

  • Kirsty Nguyen - Compassionate Induction

  • Mel Scott - The Importance of Memory Making and Photography

  • Natalie Oldham - A Terminal Diagnosis and Sibling Support

  • Joanne Edwards - Rainbow Pregnancies

  • Louise Bardon - Bereavement Midwifery

  • Breathe Lancashire - Mindfulness

  • Other Speakers to be confirmed!

This is a free event open to all interested in midwifery, maternity, bereavement & pregnancy loss including Maternity Support Workers, Aspiring Midwives, Student Midwives, Midwives, Obstetricians & Health Visitors.


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Only Reserve list tickets available - registering for a reserve ticket will put you on our waiting list ready for when tickets become available.

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