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H: Have the Heart to care

B: Be the Best you can be at all times

M: Make the difference in Midwifery care

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Go Team

A: Advance your practice and share Advice

H: Have the Heart to care

B: Be the Best you can be at all times

M: Make the difference in Midwifery care 

A: Advance your practice and share Advice Hellenic association of Greek midwives

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Evidence Based HealthCare

Joint Call to Action: Protecting Midwives to Sustain Care for Women, Newborns + their Families in the COVID-19 Pandemic

The International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) has listened to its Member Associations in all regions, and accounts from the midwives working on the frontlines during this pandemic are harrowing, unveiling an increase in gender discrimination, domestic violence, human rights abuses, the over-medicalization of birth and fear and misinformation, all culminating in growing distress among women and midwives. 

ICM, in partnership with UNFPA, is uniting in solidarity with our global midwifery workforce to launch a series of calls to action for governments, decision-makers, donors, and health institutions to ensure the protection of midwives, women, and newborns during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Find more about this joint statement and show your support to these calls to action by signing the statement here

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Preceptorship Midwives

According to Nursing and Midwifery Council preceptorship is 'a period to guide and support all newly qualified practitioners to make the transition from student to develop their practice further'.  The preceptorship is a transitional period and it should be a structured period for a newly qualified midwife when they start employment in the NHS. 

Exprerienced Midwives

Experienced midwives are necessary within NHS. Usually they have completed their preceptorship year and have signed all their competencies in order to be autonomous professionals. 

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