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Webinar with Virginia Howes

Webinar with Virginia Howes

We are delighted to announce that Virginia Howes, Independent Midwife, author of The Baby’s Coming, and other Independent Midwives (baby’s permitting) will be discussing The Future of Independent Midwifery at our first FREE webinar of the season! For further information and instructions on joining the webinar, please access the Social Media page of the website.

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Microbirth screening 21st September 2014

Microbirth screening 21st September 2014

  The Association of Radical Midwives are hosting a screening of Microbirth at its AGM/National meeting at the retreat in Derbyshire. If you wish to attend, please contact Katherine Hales 07810665733. Admission is free, lunch  £5. NEW DOCUMENTARY “MICROBIRTH” REVEALS THE MICROSCOPIC SECRETS OF CHILDBIRTH [http://microbirth.com] The way we give birth has changed dramatically over […]

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New editor required for Midwifery Matters

New editor required for Midwifery Matters

Applications are invited for the post of EDITOR of MIDWIFERY MATTERS After 19 years our current editor is stepping down in December, and we are now seeking a successor to continue and develop the excellence of our journal. The post holder must be a member of ARM and fully subscribe to its aims and ideals. […]

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AGM/National meeting 21st Sept 2014

AGM/National meeting 21st Sept 2014

Our next meeting, which will also be our AGM, will be held on Sunday 21st September at 10am at the retreat. Details about the retreat can be found here. Apart from the AGM, we are planning to show Microbirth during the afternoon and run some workshops. We are always looking for new steering group members, […]

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Launch of the New Vision for Maternity Care

In 1986 ARM published The Vision which showed ARM’s vision for the future of the maternity services. Much of what we said in 1986 found its way into government policy in documents such as Changing Childbirth (1993) and from there to Maternity Matters (2006). We have revisited our original Vision in the light of the […]

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