Midwifery Seminar: Learning Together
You are all welcome to join the midwifery students and staff from the University of West London for a midwifery seminar to be held in the Lecture theatre, Postgrad Centre, Wexham Park Hospital, Slough from 0930-1300 on Wednesday 5th October 2016.
4 speakers, 4 thought-provoking sessions: Learning Together
Margaret Costelloe, Specialist Midwife-Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy, Northwick Park Hospital - Why is Vitamin D important?
Isha Daramy, Consultant Midwife, Sierra Leone- The impact of Ebola on the Maternity Services in Sierra Leone
Thelma Lackey, Senior Midwifery Lecturer, The University of Brighton- Courage:What is it and why is it important?
Sarah Legg, Named Midwife for Safeguarding & Vulnerable Women and Clare Cochrane,Safeguarding support midwife, Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals- The care of pregnant women in prison
Tea and coffee will be provided during the break. Donations of cakes/biscuits would be welcome for sharing during the break.Voluntary contributions will go towards the University of West London Midwifery Department's ongoing commitment to raising money towards the purchase of equipment to support the maternity services in Sierra Leone.
A certificate of attendance will be provided that you can put in your portfolio and/or use for Professional Revalidation purposes.
All staff are welcome.
More information is available from Tina South, UWL Midwifery lecturer