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Please share your birth experiences with Gloucestershire Maternity Voices 👇👇Did you give birth in October or November this year? We'd love you to share your experience with us. We are running an ongoing survey to help us understand experiences of care during labour and birth, the results will help us give monthly feedback to the Trust and highlight any areas for improvement. This is a rolling survey which we would like people to complete within 6 weeks of their birth, if at all possible.You can complete the survey here - www.glosmaternityvoices.nhs.uk/walk-the-patch/Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you give birth in October or November this year? We'd love you to share your experience with us. We are running an ongoing survey to help us understand experiences of care during labour and birth, the results will help us give monthly feedback to the Trust and highlight any areas for improvement. This is a rolling survey which we would like people to complete within 6 weeks of their birth, if at all possible.You can complete the survey here - www.glosmaternityvoices.nhs.uk/walk-the-patch/Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust ... See MoreSee Less
Following the March For Midwives activity at the weekend, we wanted to share our thoughts.A Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is an NHS working group made up of women and their families, commissioners, and maternity services professionals, working together to review and contribute to the development of local maternity care.As midwives and other maternity services professionals make up our membership at Gloucestershire Maternity Voices, we feel it’s important to show that we are listening to their concerns. Their views and experiences should be taken on board, alongside those of service users, to ensure that maternity care is safe and fit for purpose.From the feedback we collect, it is clear that staffing issues are a concern, for both midwives and for birthing people. We really hope there are some positive outcomes following the marches on Sunday, and we look forward to continuing to work with staff, and service users, to look at how maternity services can be improved for all involved. ... See MoreSee Less
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