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Journal Vol. 15, No. 1 — Shaken baby syndrome: Caused by hospital care

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

Shaken baby syndrome: Caused by hospital care - Disturbing evidence of harm to premature babies at the hands of doctors and nurses.

The trauma of being born
Alice Charlwood, with some input from michel Odent at the primal health research Centre, review the evidence for long-term effects of birth trauma.

The effects of child-protection investigations on maternity care
Beverley beech examines the knock-on effects of the Climbie enquiry on maternity care.

Register our babies
Becky Tong explains the impetus behind her campaign to have all babies born between 18 and 24 weeks legally registered.

Health records and data protection: A review.
As Beverley Beech explains, access to your own health records is still a difficult and sometimes expensive business

Making headway in Wales
AIMS Committee member Suzanna Nock reviews the topics covered, and the ideas exchanged during our recent and enjoyable meeting in Wales.

House of Commons Select Committee on Health: Inquiry into provision of maternity services
AIMS responds to the UK Parlimentary Health Committe investigation into the current state of the maternity services.

Research:
Jean Robinson reviews

Also in this issue:
Naming and shaming: is this constructive?; Too many midwives still don't 'do' water births; Encouragement on the Web; New health initiative for maternity services; Good reasons for using a birth ball...; ...And also, when not to use the ball.

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