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RCM Annual Posters
15 Nov 2011

Midwives from across the UK were asked to submit best practice and research theme papers to the 2011 Royal College of Midwives conference. From the 140 submitted 70 were chosen to be poster presentations. This catalogue includes video presentations from all the poster presentations.

Programme
Poster Number: 1 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Louise's Story - the Use of Digital Storytelling to Promote 'Parent Panels' Mrs Suzanne Hardacre, Senior Midwifery Manager, Aneurin Bevan Health Board

Poster Number: 2 & 3 Mrs Gwyneth Ratcliffe, Senior Midwifery Manager, Aneurin Bevan Health Board
Poster 2 | Theme: Driving Public Health | The Sooty Project; Poster 3 | Theme: Technological Challenges and Opportunities In Maternity Care | Does Your Dashboard Help You Drive?

Poster Number: 4 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
Planning a Metasynthesis of the Literature: Negotiating the Meta-Muddle! Ms Lesley Kay, Senior Lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University

Poster Number: 8 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
A Comparative Study of Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage (Pph) and Blood Transfusion Rates Following Introduction of Syntocinon As Part of the Routine Ac | Ms Catherine Rogers, Consultant Midwife/Senior Lecturer Midwifery, Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Hospital Trust.

Poster Number: 6 & 7 Theme - Supporting Women and Families
Poster 6: Informing Choices: Outcomes for Women at a Stand-Alone Birth Centre | Ms Catherine Rogers, Consultant Midwife/Senior Lecturer Midwifery, Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Hospital Trust; Poster 7: Perceptions of Birth In a Stand-Alone Centre Compared to Other Options For Place of Birth; Ms Joan Harman, Supervisor of Midwives/Team Leader, Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Hospital Trust.

Poster Number: 9 Theme: Innovation and Practice
How An Inner London Hospital Addressed the Challenges of Implementing Stan (St Segment Analysis) Fetal Monitoring Ms Emily Hill, Audit and Quality Midwife, Barts and the London

Poster Number: 10 Theme: Learning Midwifery
It Can Make or Break Your Day, Good or Bad Feedback. Exploring Feedback Processes In Midwifery Clinical Placements Ms Louise Emmett, Practice Development Midwife, Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital

Poster Number: 12 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Promoting Abnormality? An Autoethnographic Account of Birth Trauma Mrs Rebecca Dickinson, Research officer, Birthtrauma Association

Poster Number: 13 Theme: Driving Public Health
Weighing It Up Mrs Denyse King, Lecturer In Midwifery / Public Health Practicioner, Bournemouth Uni and NHS Portsmouth Presenting with Rebecca Nunn

Poster Number: 15 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Workshops For Volunteer Peer Mentor Mothers Working with HIV Positive Women & HIV Positive Pregnant Women. Ms Ursula Harrisson, Clinical Governance and Risk Midwife, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Poster Number: 16 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
How Midwives Developed their Deaf Awareness and Bsl Skills to offer a More Positive Birth Experience For Deaf Parents Mrs Bernadette Gregory, Senior Lecturer In Midwifery, De Montfort University

Poster Numbers: 17 & 18 Theme: Normal Birth
P17: Promoting Mobility In Labour to Facilitate Normal Birth Mrs Karen Plews, Labour Ward Coordinator/Normalising Birth Facilitator, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust P18: Extreme Makeover - Birth Environment Mrs Karen Plews, Labour Ward Coordinator/Normalising Birth Facilitator, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Poster Number: 19 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Why a Knowledge of Real Nappies Is Beneficial For Midwives Ms Hilary Vick, Marketing Manager, Go Real, the Real Nappy Information Service

Poster Number: 20 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Improving the Pathway For Low Risk Women with Prolonged Pregnancy Mrs Philippa Cox, Consultant Midwife, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Presnting with Alison Blackmore

Poster Number: 21 Theme: Technological Challenges and Opportunities In Maternity Care
Secure Transfer of Postnatal Information Ms Suzanne Easton, Healthcare Consultant, Independent

Poster Number: 22 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Special Delivery - Developing An Innovative Teenage Pregnancy Pathway and Individualised Parenting Programme to Teenage Young Parents to Be In Lowesto Ms Melinda Susan Bird, Specialist Midwife For Vulnerable Clients, James Paget University Hospitals NHS Trust

Poster Number: 23 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
A Qualitative Study of Women's Lived Experience After Deinfibulation In the UK Mrs Faezeh Safari, Midwife, Kings College London

Poster Number: 24 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Do women whose babies stay in the neonatal unit receive adequate postnatal midwifery care? A clinical audit Ms Octavia Wiseman, Student Midwife, 3rd Year, King's College London

Poster Number: 25, 26 & 27 Mrs Anna Bosanquet, Senior Lecturer In Midwifery / Specialist Perineal Midwife, Kingston University / St George's University of London
Poster 25 | Theme: Driving Public Health |Female Genital Mutilation and Pregnancy In the UK: Evaluation of Morbidity, Impact On Antenatal Care and Pregnancy Outcome; Poster 26 | Theme: Innovation and Practice | Specialist Perineal Midwifery: Introduction of a New Innovative Service |Co-Authors: Michelle Fynes and Stergios Doumouchtsis, Department of Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Urogynaecology, St Georgeís Hospital, London; Poster 27 | Theme: Learning Midwifery | Perineal Repair By Midwives: a Survey of Skills, Knowledge and Experience | Co-Authors: Michelle Fynes and Stergios Doumouchtsis, Department of Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Urogynaecology, St Georgeís Hospital, London.

Poster Number: 29 Theme: Partnerships In Midwifery Education
Patnership Between Supervisors of Midwives and Educationalists In the Assessment of Student Midwives Mrs Georgina Sims, Principal Lecturer, Kingston University and St George's University London

Poster Number: 30 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
An Exploration of Midwives' Experiences of Caring For Women Seeking Asylum Mrs Sarah Bennett, Specialist Midwife For Vulnerable Women From Bme Groups, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Poster Number: 31 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
An Integrated Dedicated Community Midwifery Service For Vulnerable Women From Black and Minority Ethnic Communities (Bme) Mrs Valerie Watson, Community Midwife Haamla Team, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Poster Number: 33 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Bump 2 Baby - a New Approach to Making the Transition From a Couple to a Healthy Family. Mrs Kim Tyler, Community Midwife, Medway NHS Foundation Trust/ Temple Mill Children's Centre Presenting with Sandra Edmonds

Poster Number: 34 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Role of the Specialist Midwife Mental Health Mrs Katrina Ashton, Specialist Midwife Mental Health, MedwayNHS Trust

Poster Number: 35a Theme: Innovation and Practice
Do Vbac Clinics Reduce the Elective Caesarean Section Rate. Geraldine Butcher, Consultant Midwife, Ayrshire Maternity Unit

Poster Number: 35b Theme: Supporting Women and Families
The role of hypnobirthing in supporting women with a fear of childbirth Mrs Donna Burns, Midwife, NHS Ayrshire and Arran Mrs Alison Fyfe, Midwife, NHS Ayrshire and Arran

Poster Number: 36 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Improving Health of Pregnant Women Living In Lanarkshire Mrs Jacqueline Holmes, Midwife, NHS Lanarkshire Presenting with Susan Short

Poster Number: 37 Theme: Driving Public Health
Development of a Breastfeeding Diary Mrs Christine Harding, Consultant Midwife Trainee, NHS South Central

Poster Number: 40 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Productive Maternity Ms Maizie Lafond, Project Lead, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust

Poster Number: 41 Theme: Driving Public Health
Introduction of a Care Pathway For the Care of Pregnant Women with a Disability Ms Helen Barnes, Consultant Midwife Trainee, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust

Poster Number: 43 Theme: Driving Public Health
Public Health, Inequalities and Midwifery Education Dr Jenny Mcneill, Lecturer In Midwifery Research, Queen's University Belfast

Poster Number: 45b Theme: Innovation and Practice
An Innovation to Improve the Timely Access to Maternity Care For Women From Gypsy and Traveller Communities Mrs Emma Hardwick, Consultant Midwife, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust

Poster Number: 51 Theme: Learning Midwifery
Learning to Talk About Midwifery: From Practice to the Profession Dr Juliet Rayment, Research Associate, School of Midwifery, City University London

Poster Number: 52 Theme: Innovation and Practice
Improving Women's Birth Exerience Through Effective Communication Mrs Brenda Kelly, 7713105873, Lead Midwife, Southern Trust

Poster Number: 53 Theme: Driving Public Health
Measuring and Improving Vitamin D Promotion and Prescribing to Prenatal and Postnatal Women Within the North West. Mrs Prirpal Singh-Jagatia, Regional Clinical Audit Specialist, Stockport Foundation Trust

Poster Number: 55 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Napkin Cleansing - Chore But Necessity. Dr Christine Furber, Lecturer In Midwifery, the University of Manchester

Poster Number: 56 Theme: Supporting Women and Families
Women's Views On Partnership Working with Midwives During their Pregnancy and Childbirth: the Use of Vignettes to Facilitate Focus Groups with Midwive Ms Sally Boyle, Lead Midwife Education, University of Hertfordshire

Poster Number: 57 Theme: Learning Midwifery
Sharing the Success of the First Work Based (Distance) Learning Midwifery Programme Mrs Dee Campbell, Admissions and Programme Tutor, University of Hertfordshire

Poster Number: 58 Theme: Driving Public Health
Young Mothers' Experiences of Relationship Abuse Ms Julia Brooke, Phd Student, University of Huddersfield

Poster Number: 61 Theme: Learning Midwifery
Spiritual Care and Spiritual Assessment In a Holistic Agenda: How Do We Educate Midwives of the Future? Mrs Jennifer Hall, Senior Midwifery Lecturer, University of the West of England

Poster Number: 62 Theme: Innovation and Practice
An Evaluation of the Scottish Multiprofessional Maternity Development Ms Lyz Howie, Midwife Lecturer, University of the West of Scotland Presenting with Jean Watson

Poster Number: 63 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
Dissemination of Research: Plan of Action to Maximize Impact Dr Patricia Gillen, Lecturer, University of Ulster

Poster Number: 67 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
Perinatal Mortality, Standard of Care and Community Midwifery Staffing Within the West Midlands Ms Fiona Cross-Sudworth, Research Midwife, West Midlands Perinatal Institute

Poster Number: 68 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
From Bump to Baby: Using Research Findings to Innovate. Mrs Tracey Cooper, Consultant Midwife In Normality, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust

Poster Number: 69 Theme: Moving Research Into Practice
A Vision For the Future of Community Midwifery Services In South West Hertfordshire Ms Sally Ashton-May, Project Lead Watford Community Re-Organisation Initiative / Interim Matron Community, West Hertfordshire NHS Trust

Poster Number: 58b Theme: Supporting Women and Families
An Exploration of Women's Needs and Priorities During the Postnatal Period: a Feminist Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study' Mrs Onje Yuill, Lecturer In Midwifery, the University of Nottingham

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