Choices in Childbirth
It is the end of the financial year, and that sets the Manager of a small, passionate not to profit to thinking. Of course, thinking about the imminent financial audit and writing up the Annual Report. But this year is more pause for thought as it is the end of our 2.5 year contract with WA Health, and the beginning of our next 3 year contract. ..
CMWA’s last blog post on the Statewide Homebirth Policy was in October 2011. There was somewhat of a hiatus, and after another long period of gestation, the Policy for Publicly Funded Homebirths was gently released with minimal positive or negative media coverage on 22nd March 2012. An operational directive was also released, which will assist in implementing the new policy, especially in relation to the directive for public hospitals to accept CMP women who transfer in. ..
It is just so vital that women have their say in how maternity care is delivered for them and their baby. If you are currently pregnant, thinking about having a baby, or you have had a baby since 1 November 2010, In just 3-5 minutes you can have your say for women's choices. Closes Midnight 4th March 2012. Click this link to join your voice to the survey. It's women who will be the driving force in creating positive change for mother and baby in our maternity care system! ..
STATEWIDE HOMEBIRTH POLICY ..
- Review of Homebirths Progress Report 2011
- EOFY Musings
- Maternity Care Reforms Update
- Survey for Pregnant, New Mums
- Statewide Homebirth Policy - Final Draft for Feedback
- HBAC Position Statement from CMWA
- Childbirth Australia - WA - Having Your Say
- Continuity of Care in Public Hospitals - Have your say!
- Extension to Statewide Homebirth Policy Comment
- New Statewide Homebirth Policy Released for Comment