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Bernadette Gregory, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK, describes a project to teach student midwives basic British Sign Language.
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Kim Morley, a midwife from Hampshire, UK, describes how she was motivated to set up an epilepsy specialist service and launch her own charity, Women with Epilepsy.
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Adil Akram, Walport Academic Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry at St George’s Hospital NHS Trust, University of London, UK, describes how the creation of the post of a specialist midwife in mental health at St George’s will improve screening...
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In DPPI journal, issue 53/54, we featured the Mothers in Mind campaign, launched by Epilepsy In DPPI journal, issue 53/54, we featured the Mothers in Mind campaign, launched by Epilepsy Action, UK, in 2006. Here, Nicole Crosby-McK...
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SCIE works to disseminate knowledge-based good practice guidance and involve service users, carers, practitioners, providers and policy-makers in advancing and promoting good practice in social care. Working together to support disabled parents ad...
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Nicole Crosby, women’s officer at Epilepsy Action, UK, looks at the issues faced by women with epilepsy who are thinking about starting a family, and describes the organisation’s Mothers in mind campaign.
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