To be postponed
As many of you will be aware this week is Baby Loss Awareness week, on the 15th we have the lovely Chantal Lockey coming to answer any questions you may have on the subject
Chantal, one of the finalists for midwifery educator of the year in the BJM awards, has written books, for both professionals and parents on the subject, has e-learning packages on the subjects and runs study days so is well placed to answer your questions
Just ask your questions here and she's be here next Wednesday to answer them
SMNET Plus! is currently hosting one of our frequent 'practice documentation' sessions. Run over the course of a week, this feature is designed to help students (and students-to-be!) to practice writing hospital notes, so that when you are out on placement, it comes easily and quickly. Accurate, professional record keeping can be a difficult skill to master, and as a midwife you need to be able to do it at the same time as caring for the woman and holding conversation. As they say, practice makes perfect!
This weeks scenario features around Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, and the challenges that hand-held notes provide in delicate situations.
To ensure the smooth running of SMNET, our projects, our support of prospective and current students (and midwives) we are expanding our team! We are looking for volunteers who can devote their time and talent. There are many roles throughout SMNET and we are inviting interested individuals to come forward and apply.
Volunteering with SMNET is something that can be added to your portfolio and CV. It may also count towards CPD.
We will seek to match successful applicants to roles based on their skills, experience and what they hope to gain from working with SMNET. To apply to be an SMNET volunteer, you should be a reasonably frequent visitor and be able to help out on projects as required. If you don't currently frequent SMNET, or are not a current SMNET member then you are still welcome to...