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Midwifery continuity of carer webinar - Shared screen with gallery view
Lesley Page
39:03
will we get copy of slides ?
Georgia Kontosorou
39:42
and/or the recording?
Sarah Stables
39:47
HI, thank you for this, very interesting. Did you say that the continuity midwives worked in a buddy system? So two RMs rather than a larger team?
Rachael Glasson
40:29
Please could you confirm the size of the POPPIE team
Sam Padain
40:46
6wte midwives
Anna (She/Her)
41:52
Hi, wonderful work and insights. Would love to have a recording, if possible. Thanks.
zenabbarry
42:18
Thank you Cristina.
Victoria Mustafa
42:32
Lovely to see you Manuela
Michele Harris Tafri
42:35
Yes a recording and the slides will be shared.
Georgie Bevan
45:05
really good to know
Sara Cumming
45:30
Hi, What was the geographical distance covered by the team? How far did they have to travel for visits? thanks
Sam Padain
46:21
Each midwife had quite a small geographical area which was shared with a buddy, no further than a ten minute drive or so
Sam Padain
46:49
Three midwives did visits by bike
Claire Eyre
47:17
It is such a great way of working, We are just in the process of discussing linking health visitors into each team to continue a continuity theme across child health too.
Cathy Brewster
47:36
Also interested in the geographical footprint of the team and how women were chosen to be cared for by the team or not. Was the team based in an area of high deprivation and/or high Black, Asian and Mixed ethnicity population?
patricia perrenoud
47:40
E biking has become a thing for Community midwives in Switzerland :-)
bhavsarm
48:05
Have many births per year for this trust?
Angela Weatherley
48:20
Can I ask about caseload size per annum per WTE?
Tracey Smith
48:43
How many on calls did the Mws do each week?
zenabbarry
48:48
Thank you Manuela.
Sam Padain
49:14
Around 36 per anum but we often found our caseloads quite a bit smaller as we didn't always recruit the full caseload quota
Angela Weatherley
49:49
Thank you sam :)
Christine Furber
49:57
Really enjoying listening to this. Have you any evaluations from learners?
Victoria Morgan
51:14
So sorry to hear of your experience Jessica, thank you for sharing with us
Anahi Wheeldon-Lopez
51:44
Poppie team do you work from a base or are you at individual GPS? Thanks
Sam Padain
52:57
We were all based at the hospital
Stiliyana Minkovska
53:15
I am from Bulgaria originally (London-based) and this is normality (Continuity of Care). I see the same GP, the same OB/GYN etc. And it's much easier and much nicer as you develop a good relationship and trust. They say a GP to a patient it's like a scalpel to a surgeon, hence I think this should be normalised.Thank you for sharing your story, Jessica...
Rae Trotter
55:49
Thankyou Jessica for sharing your experience
Sara King
56:04
Thank you for sharing, Jessica
Tracey Smith
56:06
Thankyou Jessica
zenabbarry
56:07
Thank you for sharing your story Jessica.
Louise Nelson
56:31
Thank you
patricia perrenoud
56:41
Thank you so much Jessica. Very informative and touching.
Jane Sandall
57:13
Jessica and Poppie team thank you for coming to talk to us and lovely to see you all
Michele Harris Tafri
57:14
Thanks very much Jessica - you're a great speaker
Gill Phillips
01:00:46
Well done Jessica. As always, hearing the 'lived experience' brings the topic alive - why CoC SO important. Very powerful story. Thank you.Gill @WhoseShoes
Jane Sandall
01:04:30
welcome Helen and looking for wards to hearing more about your trial
Victoria Morgan
01:06:06
Really helpful findings, thanks Hannah
Cathy Brewster
01:07:31
Amazing findings!
Helen White
01:08:43
Really interesting, especially the value of prioritising continuity in areas with high social deprivation, rather than based on disclosed risk factors. Thank you Hannah.
patricia perrenoud
01:09:13
Yes, Indeed.
Claire
01:09:15
such incredible work and data, I need to listen again to really process this all!
Lia RCM
01:09:16
Thank you Hannah, this is so relevant
diane.weir2@nhs.net
01:10:09
Why are women still not being listened too !!!!!
sylvia owusu-nepaul
01:10:26
thank you, look forward to reading the full papers
Victoria Morgan
01:10:39
The findings of reduced low birth weight is incredibly exciting - as low birth weight is a predictor of long-term t is associated with poorer long-term health and educational outcomes (Marmot 2010).
Victoria Morgan
01:11:20
....as low birth weight is associated with poorer long-term health and educational outcomes. Sorry!
Lesley Page
01:11:31
I am enjoying this deep dive into continuity of carer
Victoria Morgan
01:11:39
me to
zenabbarry
01:12:15
Thank you for sharing these findings, Hannah.
Cathy Brewster
01:12:17
Fantastic work Hannah, well done 👏👏
Sue Thornber
01:12:21
thank you Hannah so much insight
Catherine Williams
01:12:24
what does place-based mean here Hannah? Place in NHS England sense? Or place of birth? Thanks
kylie.watson@mft.nhs.uk
01:12:28
amazing work!
patricia perrenoud
01:12:42
Impressive work. Thanks a lot.
Christine Salisbury
01:12:42
Brilliant work work Hannah, thank you so much for sharing
Jane Sandall
01:12:46
Geographical place
melody rich
01:12:54
In our area community-based teams have been pulled away from their centres and have become removed from the communities they serve. It's great to see new work highlighting the value of place-based, community integrated care. Thanks Hannah!
Jane
01:13:20
Very interesting and helpful. Thank you Hannah
Lavelle Keys
01:13:37
Brilliant Hannah- very interesting.. well done!
zenabbarry
01:14:20
Thank you Katie.
elidh Parslow
01:14:26
Fantastic Hannah! Fiona Laird is with me and is so happy that you evidence supports her perinatal mental health team based in the community looking after 500 women a year with excellent outcomes.
Rachel Smith
01:14:57
Thanks Katie :) xx
sue roberts
01:16:33
Thank you do you have Maternity support workers in the team and are there specific touchpoints/roles they contribute to the model ?
Laura Chaffer
01:17:12
Thank you to all for sharing such interesting information. I am a student midwife in my 3rd year and have thoroughly enjoyed my community placement with a continuity team in South Manchester. I am currently writing my dissertation on midwives' experiences of working within a CofC model and I really hope this model of care becomes more common place.
Jo Dagustun
01:17:22
Brilliant to hear directly from the research teams - and service users/ HCPs involved - on this important topic. So many important findings. Thanks to Jane for leading this session and for everyone involved - we surely have a research capacity on this in the UK that we can be truly proud of! Question for Zenab: how can we ensure that members of MVPs across England have sufficient knowledge about CofCer so that all MVP members can best encourage and support implementation rollout at the local level? Jo, AIMS
elidh Parslow
01:17:43
This is Fiona Laird: our midwives have weekly clinical supervision with clinical psychologist
TheunsKr
01:18:09
I could not agree more Victoria!
Claire
01:18:12
absolutely agree Vicki, need community spaces and be part of local communities again
Trixie McAree
01:18:39
really good to hear Victoria ! :>)
JeavonsA
01:18:50
I lead a CoC team ofr Young Parents in Eat Sussex.
Sue Thornber
01:18:57
well said, Victoria
Lesley Page
01:19:03
We need leaders Like Vicky
Lia RCM
01:19:17
Great to see you @Victoria
Rachel.Chakravarti
01:19:17
thank you Victoria!
Sandra Driver
01:19:27
managers with. caseload definitely helps
zenabbarry
01:19:35
Thank you Vicki! 🙂
Louise Nelson
01:19:38
Thank you so much, this is really interesting
Lou Harris
01:19:40
Victoria you are the leader we all need! absolutely wonderful demonstration of compassionate leadership. When people like you lead, we WILL follow!!!
Kathryn Hardie
01:21:20
Fantastic Victoria - a leader who has not lost touch with the fundamentals of the midwifery. A role model to follow - thank you
JeavonsA
01:21:55
I lead a CoC team for young parents and completely agree with Victoria. My role involves working clinically and supporting my amazing team with the difficulties associated with being invested in the vulnerable families they care for. We love working in this way. I hope the future is CoC for all!
Mary Newburn
01:21:56
Do tweet about the webinar, the information is all in the public domain and we want your support to share it.
Sarah Turner
01:22:28
This may be of interest if you want more information on the importance of leadershipo in continuity of carer modelshttps://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1239019/a-grounded-theory-study-on-midwifery-managers-views-and-experiences-of-implementing-and-sustaining-continuity-of-carer-models-within-the-uk-maternity-system
Jane Sandall
01:23:41
Do copy @ARC_S_L and we can amplify your tweets
Michele Harris Tafri
01:23:58
If you Tweet about this event we're using the hashtag #CoMC Thanks
Lia RCM
01:24:07
Can we share screenshots of the slides?
Jane Sandall
01:24:21
yes
Jane Sandall
01:25:05
but check with hannah as some of her slides are unpublished
Trixie McAree
01:25:22
I have to go to another meeting now but if you tag me in twitter - I would love to retweet these tweets as they are really fab!
LuNelson
01:25:23
I was a midwife alongside Katie partaking in Hannah's research and now, as a safeguarding midwife at a Trust that has only just started introducing a CoC model in a very deprived area, I really notice the impact a lack of CoC has, not only for the women and families, but also for the wider MDT when working with families with significant social issues. An allocated, named midwife who knows the family and knows the concerns is so, so invaluable within that MDT.
Hameed
01:26:31
I noticed we have not touch upon fathers and partners
Catherine Williams
01:27:12
I wonder (as someone working in a Place/ICS context doing patient voice work) what impact CORE20 plus 5 will have? My fear is that ICS CEOs think that the LMN are 'doing maternity' rather than seeing that they need to know about it, give support. Silo thinking? I don't know, but worry I see it in my ICS area. Core20plus5 https://www.england.nhs.uk/about/equality/equality-hub/core20plus5/#:~:text=Core20PLUS5%20is%20a%20national%20NHS,clinical%20areas%20requiring%20accelerated%20improvement.
Lia RCM
01:27:40
amazing Carla, thank you!
Claire
01:27:50
wonderful to hear about LEAP in depth!
laurenrukin
01:28:15
I missed your email address Carla, could you share again?
zenabbarry
01:28:24
Thank you Carla.
Anahi Wheeldon-Lopez
01:28:51
Wow!! Amazing work!!
Carla Stanke
01:29:05
please get in touch! https://www.leaplambeth.org.uk/
Carla Stanke
01:29:15
cstanke@ncb.org.uk
Helen White
01:30:02
Yes, this is such a valuable asset. Showcasing high-quality midwifery care within a valuable community resource bringing inter-generational benefits for health promotion.
Tracey Smith
01:32:45
Thats amazing - Well done Issy and team!
Catherine Williams
01:32:47
Very interesting findings
Claire
01:32:48
wow Issy! incredible
Justine Eadie
01:33:09
Wow amazing results
zenabbarry
01:33:32
Thank you Issy.
zenabbarry
01:34:08
Jo, thank you for your comments and question.The following could help:Invite MVP Chairs to take part in real co-productive activities;Invite them at strategic meetings with different stakeholders;Share as much information as possible;Hold webinars to specifically address this;MVP Chairs to be appropriately supported to undertake their role. We are at ChelWest. But, I am aware of the discrepancies across the country.
zenabbarry
01:36:05
Thank you for sharing this Shakti.
Issy Bourton
01:36:13
Thank you Shakti!
Vicky Robinson
01:36:24
As a previous IM of many years and community midwife prior to that, I have always been an ardent supported of continuity of carer. It seems that as Midwives, we demonstrate the value of this time and time again. It's absolutely fantastic it is being illustrated with such fantastic research too. My worry is that it seems that these extremely valuable services are often the first to suffer when cutbacks/shortages of staff happen to the detriment of women and families supported by these projects.
Claire
01:36:35
wonderful Shakti!
Lesley Page
01:37:28
This has been so encouraging and impressive thank you all very much
Sandra Driver
01:37:33
so enjoying this , but unfortunately have to leave . just want to confirm will be able to watch back and have all presentations .thank you very muchsandra.driver1@nhs.net sandralouise456@gmail.com
Annie Barnes
01:39:22
Fabulous discussion and really encouraging. We are trying to commence a MCoC model in our area. It is one of the most disadvantaged in our state, so seeing these results shows we are on the right track.
Lia RCM
01:39:34
The LEAP caseload was shortlisted for RCM awards this year for partnership working <3 Fantastic midwives
Cathryn Marsh
01:39:41
Agree @ Vicky Robinson
Lesley Page
01:39:59
The presentations are very complex-is there a possibility to create take home messages ?