MLU Review Stakeholder Briefing: 24 October
***THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE - SEE ENGAGEMENT REPORT IN RELATED DOCUMENTS***
Calling all professionals working in or with maternity care and women who have recently used, or are currently using, maternity services to join us at...
What: THE MIDWIFE LED UNIT REVIEW STAKEHOLDER BRIEFING
When: On Wednesday 24 October 2018 at 9.00am to 2.00pm
Where: Bradbury Hall, The Trinity Centre, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury, SY3 9HF
This interactive event will provide an opportunity to:-
- Hear the progress on the Midwife Led Unit Review
- Update on the proposed new service model which seeks to transform the delivery of midwifery led services in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
- Present the evidence which informs the preferred option before we go out to public consultation
- Opportunity for questions and group discussion
We would value your attendance at this event and look forward to talking through the preferred option as well as seeking your advice on the planned Midwife Led Unit public consultation.
Transport to and from the event will be reimbursed if required and following the briefing a light lunch will be provided.
Agenda: 9.00am - Arrival, drinks & registration
9.30am - Start
10.40am - Mid-morning break
1.00pm - Lunch
2.00pm - Close
*Prior to the event, a more detailed agenda will be circulated.
For those driving, there is a car park on the right hand side just before you arrive at The Trinity Centre.
The venue is fully accessible and includes a hearing loop in the main room. The venue also has facilities suitable for you to bring your babies/children if you are an expert by experience.
Following the event a light buffet lunch will be provided, offering further opportunity for discussion, questions and networking. Please let us know of any particular dietary requirements.
Limited capacity & fair representation
Please note there is limited capacity at the event. Ideally, we would like a cross section of people from across the county who are or have recently accessed the services, professionals currently working in or with maternity services, and stakeholders involved in the decision making process. Final allocation of attendance will be based on the above criteria to ensure the stakeholder briefing has a fair representation of people across the four categories from across the county.
On behalf of the NHS Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Telford & Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group, we hope you can make this date, for what promises to be an important session in moving forward the Midwife Led Unit Review to public consultation.