Latest from the Maternity Media Hotspot Blog

Sun Exposure in Pregnancy; maternal and fetal health and heat protection strategies

Sun Exposure in Pregnancy; maternal and fetal health and heat protection strategies Hannah Tizard – Midwife at Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre NHS Foundation Trust and Midwifery Media Consultant at All4Maternity and the Practising Midwife The dangers of excessive sun exposure are widely understood by society, with campaigns to remind us to protect ourselves and our ...

A campaign re-born: physiological transition of the newborn with optimal cord clamping

A campaign re-born Physiological transition of the newborn with optimal cord clamping Hannah Tizard – Midwife at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Midwifery Media Consultant at All4Maternity and The Practising Midwife This blog post provides an update about the progress and validity of the #BloodtoBaby campaign.  Progress is evolutionary and whilst continuing to ...

Managing Adverse Childhood Experiences in Maternity Care

Managing Adverse Childhood Experiences in Maternity Care Hannah Tizard – Midwife at Blackpool Victoria Hospital and Midwifery Media Consultant at All4Maternity and The Practising Midwife A recent safeguarding update at work inspired me to write this blog about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and the importance of a multi professional ‘ACE informed approach’ to care. The ...

Hyperemesis Gravidarium; a stressful life event & salutogenic midwifery management

Hyperemesis Gravidarium; a stressful life event & salutogenic midwifery management Hannah Tizard – Midwife at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Midwifery Media Consultant at All4Maternity and The Practising Midwife Hyperemesis Gravidarum or severe nausea and vomiting of pregnancy impacts on women’s physical, social, psychological and consequently fetal wellbeing and often necessitates regular hospital ...

Starting an initiative; #MaternityLeader case study

Hello all, Happy New Year! A new year often represents a new start and so I thought I’d follow The Practising Midwife’s theme of ‘Bright Beginnings’ with a blog about how to run and launch a social media campaign to help anyone interested in starting a new initiative this New Year. I’m going to use ...
By Hannah Tizard | 31st December 2017 | Maternity Media Hotspot

Access to digital information, social artifice and choice

Changing attitudes and actions around women’s health, childbirth and gender equality are being powerfully supported by technology engaging mass communication. Social media are helping to raise awareness and encourage discussion by breaking down barriers of distance and geography. But sometimes, too much information – especially if it is inaccurate or of poor quality – can pose a challenge for women and families and ...
By Hannah Tizard | 1st December 2017 | Maternity Media Hotspot

Technology and empowerment

Welcome to the Maternity Media Hotspot, a resource media space focused on providing you with access to new and existing content published online, including posters, infographics, videos and animations relating to midwifery, maternity, obstetric and neonatal care. These resources are aimed to support women and families, midwives and other healthcare professionals in the provision of ...

Introduction

Welcome to the Maternity Media Hotspot, a resource media space focused on providing you with access to new and existing content published online, including posters, infographics, videos and animations relating to midwifery, maternity, obstetric and neonatal care.

These resources are aimed to support women and families, midwives and other healthcare professionals in the provision of knowledge in a format which is easy to understand and which helps signpost to other sources of more detailed information. All the resources will be carefully moderated to ensure they are, at the time of publishing, relevant and evidence based.

Bio

Hannah Tizard
Midwife at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Hannah is attracted to improving global health in midwifery practice. She gathers evidence and interprets information using technology with the aim to improve health literacy, user connectivity and empowerment, believing this to be vital to the future sustainability of midwifery services.

Hannah enjoys writing and art and has a blog heartfelt midwifery which explores art in relation to the complex emotionality of midwifery. Hannah also runs her own business alongside being a mum to three children and is currently studying her Masters in Midwifery.

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