An online session exploring the experiences, choice, and challenges of childbirth. The session will start with a 10-minute performance bringing to life the personal testimonies of women. Followed by a 50-minute discussion by a panel of experts with a Q&A via livechat.
Pregnancy is a magical but often complex time for many women. Join Warwick's Georgia Clancy to explore the experiences, choices and challenges of pregnancy faced by women and NHS staff today. Starting with a thought-provoking performance and followed by a discussion via a panel of experts, this event will highlight the work that individuals and organisations are doing to create change and improve maternity experiences. Discover where women and birthing people can seek help and support during this important time in their lives. We aim to empower women and childbearing people with knowledge about the type of care they should expect and the support available to them.
Georgia Clancy, ESRC IAA Research Fellow, Sociology, University of Warwick. Expert panel: Anna Madeley, Registered Midwife, Associate Lecturer and PhD candidate; Association for the Improvement of Maternity Services (AIMS) representative.
Mother's, mothers to be, maternity practitioners
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