In this interactive webinar Gill Phillips and Florence Wilcock share their motivation for the creation of #MatExp, the development of “Whose Shoes?”® and how it came to be used in the national Maternity Review as well as bring us up to date with what #MatExp has been up to.

Participation from staff, women and families has been at the heart of this project and this presentation will be an opportunity to find out what works for engagement and the impact that continues to be made.

Gill Phillips is an international speaker and the inspirational developer of “Whose Shoes?”®. She has 30 years experience in social care working in local government. Florence Wilcock is a Consultant Obstetrician, Chair of London Maternity SCN Experience Subgroup and together they are the co-founders of #MatExp. You can see an early video on the #MatExp project (from 2015).

Join in with future Better Births webinars. It’s free, you need to register and you only need a computer, tablet, or smart phone to watch and hear the presentation. You also get a chance to ask questions through a chat system.If you cannot make it, you can also watch the latest video usually within 2 weeks of the live webinar session.

 

Resources

RCM products ready for downloading and/or printing for non-commercial use.

Key reports, case studies, and examples from maternity services and projects.

Knowledge sharing through webinar recordings and videos.

Key sources of information and data on maternity care in the UK.

Around 762,000 births taking place in the UK and nearly 1.5 million lives cared for including women and newborns

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