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Latest Content

Journal

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Resolution – Moving forward from a…

To read or download this Journal in a magazine format on ISSUU, please click here AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Emma Ashworth For years, AIMS produced a small book…

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The AIMS Guide to Resolution: A new…

To read or download this Journal in a magazine format on ISSUU, please click here AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Shane Ridley I’m very pleased to introduce a book, T…

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Failures in Maternity System Regula…

To read or download this Journal in a magazine format on ISSUU, please click here AIMS Journal, 2019, Vol 31, No 3 By Beth Whitehead After a difficult birth, it is natura…

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Events

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Midlands Maternity & Midwifery Fest…

The festival runs from 8am to 5pm on 23rd April 2020 and includes expert speakers, an exhibition, seminars and an awards ceremony. Speakers include: Mary Renfrew FRSE (Pr…

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Perinatal Mental Health Maternity S…

8.30am - 5pm Study day, including networking breaks and lunch, with sessions on the following topics: Bipolar support in pregnancy and planning for the postnatal period M…

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AIMS Volunteers Meeting

Details TBC

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Latest Campaigns

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AIMS Response to NMC Consultation o…

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) plays a key role in the ongoing quality assurance and regulation of the maternity services and its staff. Effective and efficient…

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AIMS Submission to the UN Special R…

Call for submissions: Mistreatment and violence against women during reproductive health care with a focus on childbirth The mandate of the United Nations Special Rapport…

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The Future Midwife Project: An AIMS…

AIMS submitted our response to this consultation on 7 May 2019. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) plays a key role in the ongoing quality assurance and regulation o…

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