RCN multiple births midwife standard: review of distribution and implementation

Lorna Hibberd, Martha Burlingham, Jane Denton, Nathalie Turville, Carmel Bagness, Elizabeth Bailey

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report


    Reports of an 'excellent and comprehensive document', pride, and success stories have shown that the Multiple Births Midwife Standard (MBMS) can be an effective tool for providing multiple birth mothers with personalised and professional care. When staffing, funding, and resources allow, Multiple Births Midwives have affirmed how valuable the role is for co-ordinating care and improving experiences for multiple pregnancy families. Accompanying these success stories are reports from other services around implementation challenges, a lack of strategic plans for improvement, and incomplete multidisciplinary teams.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherBirmingham City University
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 31 May 2022


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