We are extremely proud to be working with:
The voice of midwifery and the UK’s only trade union, professional organisation led by midwives for midwives and those that support them.
Together we produced the I-learn module “Saving Babies Lives; Addressing Stillbirth”. The RCM have also kindly contributed to our projects such as our Made to Measure campaign and Wellbeing Wallets.
Creating the culture and conditions for health and care services and staff to deliver the highest standard of care and ensure that valuable public resources are used effectively to get the best outcomes for individuals, communities and society for now and for future generations.
Supporting the content and distribution of our Wellbeing Wallets to all UK trusts.
A national not-for-profit organisation set up to enhance the safety and quality of maternity care. It is a qualified provider of maternity support services, including education and training in standardised maternity records, fetal growth assessment and perinatal audit.
The inspiration for our Made to Measure campaign. We give presentations at their training days, produce midwifery videos together and share conference stands.
The stillbirth and neonatal death charity operates throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promotes research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.
We are part of the task and finish groups set up to help mums have a safer pregnancy. We are also stake holders in the Priority Setting Partnership to help shape future research into preventing stillbirth. Sands also support the content and distribution of our Wellbeing Wallets.
HNN is an online community dedicated to addressing critical knowledge gaps in newborn health. HNN is a platform for organizations and professionals to exchange experiences disseminate information and increase coordination, collaboration and co-generation of knowledge to advance newborn health.
HNN connects advocates around the world and provides a platform for discussions and interactions on a vast range of newborn and maternal health topics. Connect with them through their website, Facebook and Twitter.
ARC is the only national charity helping parents and healthcare professionals through antenatal screening and its consequences.
Promoting each other’s work and supporting study day’s.
Group B Strep Support is a UK charity, supported by a highly respected medical advisory panel, which works to prevent preventable group B Strep infections in newborn babies. It raises awareness of group B Strep among health professionals and new and expectant parents, and by campaigning to improve prevention strategies. It also supports relevant research into preventing group B Strep infection in babies.
A med-Tech start-up led by maternity healthcare professionals. Developing a smart, mobile, global and paperless pregnancy care platform. Uses national evidence-based guidelines to inform and empower women and support clinicians to deliver high quality care.
PANDAS supports individuals and families affected by pre and postnatal mental illnesses by giving them a place to talk to others who have also been affected. We also act as a voice for those affected by campaigning for better awareness and services and also providing advocacy for those who are struggling to communicate with their healthcare professionals.
Day-to-day pressures can make it difficult for teams to take time out to reflect and plan improvements to improve clinical quality. Every Birth a Safe Birth supports maternity units to continuously improve clinical quality, by bringing multi-disciplinary teams together to train them in simple improvement science techniques. Services include clinical networks, serious incident thematic reviews and quality improvement workshops.
More than 90 percent of maternal and neonatal deaths worldwide occur in Africa. Women and children Health Advocacy Group( WaCHAG-Ghana), was formed to educate and also advocate for quality maternal and child health in Ghana and beyond. We strongly believe that no woman should die whilst bringing life into the world.
An education based support community to anyone who has an interest in midwifery.
Sharing each other’s news stories via our social media channels.
One of the first pregnancy movement programmes to gain approval by the Federation of Antenatal Educators as a recognised means of antenatal preparation and antenatal classes.
Our leaflets are downloadable from the Lazy Daisy website and our Wellbeing Wallets can be purchased directly from their site. We often run competitions together so more mums can have a more confortable birth experience.
Teddy’s Wish was set up in August 2014 to honour the memory of Edward Louis Reid who died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) four months earlier.
Funds raised support potentially life-saving research into SIDS, neonatal death and still birth and helps provide support services for bereaved families.
Teddy’s Wish are kindly funding our Wellbeing Wallets in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital as part of a London pilot to measure their impact.
More information can be found at www.teddyswish.org
MAMA Academy is delighted to be supported by:
Forte Medical specialises in specimen collection, an area of medicine surrounded by sensitivity and taboo. Its first product is Peezy Midstream, a unique urine collection system invented by NHS GP Dr Vincent Forte.
Sponsor of our website and e-newsletters.
The UK’s largest maker of maternity and nursing underwear with a focus on comfort, support and affordability. They provide simple, classic styles and practical solutions for pregnancy and motherhood.
Sponsor of our pregnancy leaflets for mums.
The UK’s Best Workwear Company as chosen by Trustpilot.
Sponsor of our t shirts, posters and literature.
MAMA Academy would like to thank our friends:
Presenter on CBeebies’ Get Well Soon
Health expert on ITV’s This Morning
“MAMA Academy Wellbeing Wallets are not only a practical means to keep antenatal notes safe, they also provide key pregnancy information in a simple and accessible format that expectant mums will always have to hand. Whilst acting as a useful reminder for healthy pregnancy guidance, the wallets also give midwives a way to initiate conversations with women about some potentially difficult topics, aiding communication and reinforcing important advice. They are every mum-to-be’s must-have!”
“Keep up the good work MAMA Academy!”