There is Power in Being Heard – Podcasting with the Chief Midwifery Officer for NHS England

A few weeks ago, I saw a email notification come up and instantly recognised the name - Prof Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, the Chief Midwifery Officer for NHS England. I'd seen her speak at Better Births in March and knew very much who she was. Needless to stay, I was stopped in my tracks. I'd been invited … Continue reading There is Power in Being Heard – Podcasting with the Chief Midwifery Officer for NHS England

Baby Loss Hour Live London with Teddy’s Wish

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY AT 10AM AVAILABLE HERE : https://www.teddyswish.org/babylosshourlive/ You are invited to the third #BabyLossHourLIVE event hosted by myself, @thelegacyofleo in celebration of the Teddy’s Wish, a charity dedicated to supporting those affected by baby loss. Join us, together with a small panel of guests, for an evening of conversation and belonging. The … Continue reading Baby Loss Hour Live London with Teddy’s Wish

Aftercare in the Community after the Loss of a Baby : Anecdotes for GPs, Midwives and Health Visitors

Recently I hosted a #BabyLossHour with guest, Kate Pinney, a Tommys Midwife and Health Visitor. I invited Kate alone as the Health Visitor voice is one we don't really hear from in regards to baby loss and I wanted to explore that a little more. As always, whenever after care is discussed - it was … Continue reading Aftercare in the Community after the Loss of a Baby : Anecdotes for GPs, Midwives and Health Visitors

Better Births 2019 : Safety, Trust and Care

This week, I attended the NHS England Better Births Three Years On Event and share Leo and Eli's story. The event saw the annual review of the 2016 Better Births paper, aimed at improving maternity services in England. Over 500 people were in attendance across maternity, obstetric, neonatal and other related services together with families … Continue reading Better Births 2019 : Safety, Trust and Care

How to Help a Friend who Has Lost a Baby

Every week, bereaved parents affected by Baby Loss get together on Twitter and chat about various topics about life after baby loss. We do this through my twitter chat, #BabyLossHour. A recent topic was 'how to support a bereaved parent' - something that no doubt many people have typed into Google in a quest to answer one of the most challenging encounters of friendship (or other such relationships).