Is caseloading sustainable? Lessons from the front line at King’s College Hospital

Is caseloading sustainable? Lessons from the front line at King’s College Hospital Sadie Holland – Caseloading Midwife at King’s College Hospital  Octavia Wiseman – Community Midwife at King’s College Hospital and Research Fellow at City, University of London At King’s College Hospital in Camberwell, south London, we have a 25-year tradition of NHS caseloading, with named midwives providing […]

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Is caseloading sustainable? 25-year history of caseloading at King’s College Hospital

Is caseloading sustainable? 25-year history of caseloading at King’s College Hospital Octavia Wiseman – Caseloading Midwife at King’s College Hospital and Research Fellow at City, University of London Sadie Holland – Caseloading Midwife at King’s College Hospital Caseload midwifery is defined as follows: When a midwife carries a caseload she is the primary provider of midwifery care (the […]

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The Skye, stars and the moon; One to One Midwives shining bright

Today I write a brief blog to update you about the fantastic feedback and statistics from One to One Midwives. Lead by Skye Rolfe @midwife_skye on Twitter these rates and the heartfelt feedback from women demonstrate the benefits of a true caseloading model of midwifery care. http://www.onetoonemidwives.org/ One to One Midwives have been providing a […]

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Time for Caseloading-creating relationship

Time for Caseloading-creating relationships I sent a tweet to Jeremy Hunt Secretary of State for Health and Social Care yesterday. I don’t tweet Jeremy that often but this time I felt it was important. The British news over the weekend was full of midwifery, it even hit the Andrew Marr show on Sunday morning. We […]

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