What is it about?

In this article, a case study is presented of a continuity of carer team set up in London to enhance the quality of midwifery care. Reflections on the associated challenges, learning, recommendations and sustainability are shared to assist others embarking on similar journeys.

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Why is it important?

The continuity of carer model of care for midwifery is set to roll out exponentially. However, setting up and sustaining midwifery teams primed to deliver this model is a new process for many healthcare professionals.

Perspectives

Writing this article gave me an opportunity to share my work over the last few years. I am passionate about continuity of care and have seen the positive impact it has had on women. I have a strong desire to see it succeed in other settings so I hope this article is helpful to emerging teams.

Dede Thorpe

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This page is a summary of: A midwifery team's journey implementing and sustaining continuity of care, British Journal of Midwifery, September 2022, Mark Allen Group, DOI: 10.12968/bjom.2022.30.9.518.
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