Delivering Better Births

We spoke to women across 3 counties about how pregnancy plans could be improved...

13, June 2019

Bucks Head of Midwifery Improves Care for Pregnant Women

Bucks Head of Midwifery helps write first national guidelines on care of pregnant women with existing medical conditions and obstetric complications.

7, March 2019

Real Story: Lorraine – NHS research and me

A revolutionary new treatment for ectopic pregnancies.

10, November 2018

Take Part in Our Maternity Survey!

Help the NHS make maternity care better.

8, November 2018

Follow-up on Dads and Maternity

Have our recommendations resulted in changes?

30, January 2018

Heidi Beddall on leading Maternity Services

"You can't design a service without involving the people it’s for"

23, November 2017

Your birth plan

Care Quality Commission maternity services campaign

3, October 2017

Response to our Birthing Partner Experience report

From the Chief Midwife at Stoke Mandeville Hospital

24, July 2017

Dads and Maternity: Partner Experience

An evaluation of the birth experience from the partners point of view

12, April 2017

Wycombe Birth Centre to re-open

Wycombe Birth Centre will be able to re-start offering care to women giving birth from 1 November 2016

13, October 2016

Our response to temporary transfer of care from Wycombe Hospital birthing centre

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust have put patient safety first and have recently announced mothers will not be able to give birth at Wycombe birth centre from July 25th to October 31st due to a shortage of midwives.

11, July 2016

Wycombe Hospital to temporarily transfer its birthing service

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust has taken a number of measures in order to maintain a safe and high standard of care and choice for expectant mothers as a result of an unanticipated number of midwife vacancies across its maternity services.

8, July 2016

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