Hear from those leading digital midwifery and explore the role of digital midwives as change and transformation leaders. Including Digital Midwifery, where does it belong? And what to do when there is “No time for Transformation”. Learn from projects that target vulnerable areas that need improvement to ensure inclusivity and to achieve the best possible outcomes for our families.

Supported by:

Radar Healthcare

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Chair: Misbah Mahmood

deputy chief midwifery information officer, Leeds TeAching HospitalS NHS FT
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Jennifer Mearns

midwifery informatics lead, Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
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Simon Noel

Simon Noel

Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
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Emma-Jane Eyers

research fellow, Bradford Institute for Health, Research NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire and Humber and University of Bradford
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Jade Hicks

Jade Hicks

lead digital midwife, Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust
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Rosselyn Ngadze

obstetric consultant, Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust
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March 12 @ 14:00
14:00 — 15:00 (1h)

Emma-Jane Eyers, Jade Hicks, Jennifer Mearns, Rosselyn Ngadze, Simon Noel