A new study launched today has revealed key steps for hospitals to improve care for pregnant mums and babies.
Published today, the results of the Stillbirth Priority Setting Partnership identify 11 key priorities for research into the reduction of stillbirth and improving care for parents who have experienced a stillbirth.
A new report from the Maternal Mental Health Alliance has revealed the financial impact of substandard mental health care for pregnant women and new mums.
Today the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) have shown us the woeful provision of care for women who experience mental health problems during pregnancy and in the first year after the birth of their baby.
Depression and mental health problems, such as anxiety, affect up to 20% of all pregnant women. Left untreated, these conditions can have lasting effects on the emotional and physical health of both mother and baby.
A new report from MBRRACE-UK, out this week, has highlighted some shocking truths about the failure of mental health provision for pregnant women and new mums.
The app, which has been developed at the Tommy's research centre in St Thomas' Hospital in London, can help doctors to better identify women at risk of giving birth prematurely.