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Beverley Beech summarises the HIW's report into the case of Clare Fisher and the failings of the LSA

Focussing on the failings of the LSA in the case of Clare Fisher: The Healthcare Inspectorate Wales’ report (2013) Summarised by Beverley Beech In 201…   Read more…

Press Release: Jeremy Hunt announces 2,000 more midwives?

AIMS is delighted that the Government has recognised the importance to the safety of women and babies of the continuity of carer model of midwifery. H…   Read more…

"Promoting professionalism, reforming regulation": AIMS' response to a Department of Health consultation Response submitted 23/1/18

AIMS submitted our response to this consultation on the 23 January 2018. A number of regulators, including the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the Prof…   Read more…

NICE Guideline Child Maltreatment

It is frustrating when we are unable to help many of the parents who have contacted us about their problems with the current child protection system.…   Read more…

Training of Social Workers

TRAINING OF SOCIAL WORKERS Memorandum from The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services to the Select Committee for Children, Schools an…   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…

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…

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PTSD after Childbirth

AIMS Journal 2007, Vol 19, No 1 Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) is a set of normal reactions to a traumatic experience. Reactions such as dizziness, feeling faint, elevated b…

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Editorial: The label of ‘high risk’…

AIMS Journal, 2022, Vol 34, No 2 By Alex Smith In 2011, Vicki Williams asked in the AIMS journal editorial , “Is this label of ‘high risk pregnancy’ doing women any favou…

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What has the AIMS Campaigns Team be…

AIMS Journal, 2022, Vol 34, No 2 By the AIMS Campaigns Team Written outputs: Campaigns Team responses to the Ockenden Report Ockenden 2022: if we want to see real change,…

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AIMS statement prepared for the Sta…

In the Stakeholder Council we have a common purpose that focuses on the need for maternity transformation. We do not need to be convinced. Because we know the system is f…

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Ockenden 2022: if we want to see re…

10am on Wednesday March 30, 2022: the final Ockenden Report is published. 12.45pm the same day, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Sajid Javid, stands up…

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AIMS Campaigns Team comment on the…

As long standing campaigners for improvements in the maternity services, AIMS deeply regrets the long series of failings that have led to the Ockenden Report and previous…

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