Two Continuity of Carer midwives have been appointed by Birmingham and Solihull United Maternity and Newborn Partnership (BUMP) to support the implementation of the recommendations from Better Birth across Birmingham and Solihull.
An afternoon educational event is being hosted by BUMP on Wednesday 11 December 2019. For more information and to book your place click here.
If you are an obstetrician, gynaecologist, midwife, health visitor, GP or mental health professional you might be interested in this two-day intensive course.
If you are a maternity patient or member of staff you may be interested in the NHS Resolution: Conversations on consent National Conference.
Women across Birmingham and Solihull who experience mental ill health during their pregnancy, or in the year after the birth of their baby, are being supported by a new community perinatal mental service that aims to provide better outcomes for themselves, their families and their babies.
Travelling on public transport can be tricky, especially for our mums-to-be. That’s why we are delighted to share the news that Network WM have introduced a ‘baby on board’ scheme available to all our expectant mums in Birmingham and Solihull.
Bump and Birmingham South Central Clinical Commissioning Group wishes to invite expressions of interest from volutary sector organisations for the provision of Maternity Voices Partnership to work with maternity providers and the CCG’s in Birmingham and Solihull.
Our latest addition to the Bump family has arrived, a new online template to guide you through your maternity choices to create your personal maternity journey plan.
You can also access independent and confidential advice by contacting the National Breastfeeding Helpline on 0300 100 0212.