Latest maternity care News

Stronger Medicare Awards – Nominate Your Medicare Champion Today
NZ needs a 300% increase in qualified midwives – and those working need more support and recognition
NSW Government supports first Birthing on Country program
Record $28.9 Billion Health Budget For Record Growth
Hawkesbury District Health Service to become known as Hawkesbury District Hospital
More Midwife Support For Mums And Babies
Paramedic training program improving maternity care in the community
Midwives train up paramedics to improve maternity care in the community
NSW new midwives train up paramedics to improve maternity care in the community
Call Midwife: Maternity Care Model’s Success
Call the midwife: mothers report resounding success of maternity care model
Arizona’s now-repealed abortion ban serves as a cautionary tale for reproductive health care across the US
Midwives Across NSW Recognised For Care And Compassion
First Nations peoples given best start to life at NBMLHD
Budget That’s Helping Families
Midwives Across NSW Recognised For Care And Compassion
Funding Boost For Vital Curtin Health Research
Midwifery Group Practice to boost birthing choices in the Pilbara
Private midwifery practices will boost the workforce and provide better care
Birthing Service To Start At Weipa
Making it easier to get top quality care from a nurse practitioner and midwife
Greater support and care for pregnant women and babies in NSW
Freebirth, risk and the spectre of obstetric violence
Study shares wāhine Māori birth experiences
NSW new moruya midwives offer continuity of care for women in Eurobodalla
$1 Billion Investment to Support Women and Girls’ Health and Wellbeing
Milestone Moment For Barwon Women’s And Children’s
‘Free birthing’ and planned home births might sound similar but the risks are very different
Women want to see the same health provider during pregnancy, birth and beyond
North West maternity services transition to the public system
Queensland to introduce nation-leading midwife ratios for mums and bubs
Indemnity insurance restored for midwives delivering labour care at home
Queensland-first publicly funded homebirths for Sunshine Coast mothers
Midwives insurance leaves women in labour limbo
Mater’s Melina named ACM Midwife of Year
Improving the experience of pregnant and birthing women
Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care – Op-Ed 12 October
WHO issues global plan to tackle leading cause of death in childbirth
Queensland’s own awarded National Midwife of Year
NSW birthing “blueprint” puts women at the heart of maternity care
Replanting birthing trees
Study finds women would make different maternity care choices if they had another baby
Epworth welcomes two newborns to identical twins on same day
Mater Foundation partners with Nine Network for exciting new five year partnership
First Nations mothers and babies maternity care
Improving our public maternity services
Impact of research highlighted in annual competition
Boost for regional maternity services in Queensland