Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Maternity March, a month celebration of motherhood - live webchat with midwives

I can't believe just how many of you are pregnant at the moment - it's almost enough to make me start feeling broody but only ALMOST !! - so I thought you might be interested in this email that popped into my inbox earlier.

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Maternity March, a month celebration of motherhood being organised by University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW), begins on Thursday (1st March) and we wanted to let you know how you can get involved online.
 
·        We will be hosting a live web chat with midwives on Friday 2 March and another with Consultant Obstetrician Siobhan Quenby, one of the world’s leading experts on recurrent miscarriage, on Friday 30 March.  They will talk about working in one of the country’s busiest maternity units and will answer questions in real time.

·        The web chats will take place at www.uhcw.nhs.uk/webchat, with the first taking place between 12.30 - 1.30pm on Friday 2 March.  Questions can be submitted beforehand via the website, by emailing info@uhcw.nhs.uk or via Twitter, using the hashtag #MaternityMarch.

·        On 23 March we will also be holding the UK ’s first 12 hour Tweetathon, tweeting live from the maternity unit as @nhsuhcw.  You can submit questions for the maternity team via Twitter using the hashtag #MaternityMarch.

Follow us throughout the month to hear about the remarkable women and babies who visit UHCW, and the staff who look after them.  For more information about maternity services at UHCW, visit: http://www.uhcw.nhs.uk/our-services/a-z-of-services?sID=117




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4 comments:

  1. You might like this poem about mothers http://caroleschatter.blogspot.co.nz/2011/12/random-quotation-spot.html

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  2. This is brilliant , I shall let all the mum-to-be that I know , all about this!

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  3. This would have been soooo useful when I was pregnant with my last (she's 7 and a half months now)!

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  4. Wow, glad I stumbled across this. I'm expecting baby number 2 in July so this be great! :D

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