Chair: Professor Soo Downe, University of Central Lancashire
Dr Gloria Esegbona, OBGYN and Winston Churchill Fellow 2015 Kings College Learning Institute Dr Gloria Esegbona is a strategic clinician, academic and educator skilled in high risk intrapartum care and with specialist experience in prevention and management of a wide range of obstetric trauma, including the obstetric fistula.
Molly O’Brien, RM, BSC, AHBM Midwife, antenatal educator and hypnobirthing practitioner. Her area of expertise is physiological birth, hypnobirth and waterbirth, but she also has a wealth of experience in complex birth. She is an expert in normal, straightforward birth, and how to keep it that way.
Margaret Jowitt Margaret is one of the foremost experts in birth physiology in the UK and internationally. She will talk about the transformation needed for the uterus to be ready for labour, materially, physically (electrically and mechanically) and hormonally.
Kemi Johnson, Independent Midwife and Childbirth Educator Kemi Johnson is an experienced independent midwife. She says, ‘it is my fervent wish that every woman joyfully anticipate giving birth – a rite of passage – a moment surpassing all of her expectations’.
Nicky Grace, Independent Midwife and Editor of Midwifery Matters Nicky will share stories to illustrate physiological and assisted births and discuss narratives that work to optimise outcomes for mothers and babies.
Katherine Hales, ARM National Coordinator will also share with us recent ARM activities.
Plus interactive workshops including rebozo, birth stools, perineal care.
Earlybird Prices = ARM Member - £75 Non-ARM Member - £90 ARM Member student/concession - £25 Non-ARM Member student/concession - £35
Supper and Entertainment on Friday evening, 13th November 2020, £22 More information and buy early bird tickets: www.midwifery.org.uk/conference
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