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Highlight issues with homebirth services in your local press

If you or someone you know has recently had a baby and struggled to get support for a planned homebirth, then please consider raising the profile of t…   Read more…

Independent Midwifery Professional Indemnity Insurance

Understanding the situation Since 2002, Independent Midwives (IMs) have been unable to obtain profession indemnity insurance (PII). The last insurer w…   Read more…

Submission to the Children, Schools and Families Committee on the New Inquiry into Looked after Children

SUMMARY As a UK-wide pressure group covering maternity care with nearly 50 years experience, we are particularly interested in the problems of babies…   Read more…

Celebrating Continuity 2017 - Conference Review

AIMS Journal 2017 Vol 29 No 2 Celebrating Continuity: One Year On Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds, April 8th 2017 Jo Dagustun reports This collaborativ…   Read more…

The backlash against Normal Birth

Beverley Lawrence Beech At an AIMS AGM it is customary for the Chair to give an account of the activities of the Committee during the year. I am not g…   Read more…

Summary of the AIMS Critique

Summary of the AIMS Critique of 'The London Project: A confidential enquiry into a series of term babies born in an unexpectedly poor condition' by th…   Read more…

Birth Place Study vindicates Midwife Units and Homebirth

The NHS could save women from unnecessary damage and cut costs if more women were given a real option of having their baby in a midwife unit or at hom…   Read more…

Justice For Midwife Becky Reed

Understanding the situation Since 2002, Independent Midwives (IMs) have been unable to obtain profession indemnity insurance (PII). The last insurer w…   Read more…

Latest Content

Journal

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What has the AIMS campaigns team be…

AIMS Journal, 2021, Vol 33, No 4 By the AIMS Campaigns Team Covid-19: With other members of the But Not Maternity Alliance [1] we wrote to all Trusts and boards that were…

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Aims Editorial December 2021: What…

AIMS Journal, 2021, Vol 33, No 4 Alex Smith The title of the editorial for this issue of the journal is, ‘What just happened?’ I feel a little bit like ‘baby bear’ from G…

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How does BMI influence maternity ca…

AIMS Journal, 2021, Vol 33, No 4 [ All charts are taken from or adapted from the report ] By the AIMS Campaigns Team The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA) is…

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Events

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AIMS 60th Anniversary Event - Confe…

POSTPONED FROM JUNE 2020 Making a difference past and future The purpose of the day is to celebrate what Birth Activists in general and AIMS in particular have achieved,…

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Latest Campaigns

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AIMS Campaigns Update, December 202…

AIMS supports the Government's ongoing commitment to the implementation of relational care - the Continuity of Carer model of care - in the maternity services across Engl…

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Response to the RCOG Consent Advice…

The draft document can be found here General comments: The comments form is online only and cannot be downloaded. This makes it very difficult for considered responses to…

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AIMS Position Papers

AIMS is pleased to announce the publication of the first of our new position papers. Over the years, AIMS has developed a reputation for taking a position on a wide range…

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