By the AIMS Campaigns Team
Campaigns Team responses to the Ockenden Report Ockenden 2022: if we want to see real change, then transparency and accountability is key, says AIMS and AIMS Campaigns Team comment on the Ockenden Report and next steps
We have sent a letter to Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, re. Continuity of Carer in light of Ockenden Report.
Article by Jo Dagustun in Midwifery Matters, March 2022 Campaigning for physiology-informed maternity services: where shall we start?
Publication of another AIMS Position Paper Racial Inequalities in Maternity Services
Conferences and meetings attended
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