Princess Alexandra Hospital want to hear from “birthing people’ that use maternity services
Health / Wed 8th Nov 2023 at 08:06am
PRINCESS Alexandra Hopsital (PAH) would like to hear from as many service users (people who have had babies recently or are expecting soon) to take part in a consultation.
If you’d like to join, or if you have any questions, drop West Essex Maternity Voices Partnership a message on s@WestEssexMVP or email [email protected]
As you can see from the poster below, they are committed to “reducing inequalities with birthing people that access the maternity service”.
Which one of my parents was the birthing person I wonder.
I like how they have to define “service users”. Even the meeting number has equal number of odd and even numbers. I salute your equality credentials
Ahhh the results of all that money the NHS wastes on Diversity Inclusion and Equality (DIE). Any one who says the NHS is under funded is an idiot
Very true Adam. If you need a laugh (or you'd cry) moment - the Grauniad Wednesday job section is excellent! Full of "Five times a day Fruit and Veg Officers" and "Condom Coordinators" and such overpaid nonsense! It's all about putting the money in the front line and less into managerial codswallop! Interestingly these "birthing people" are they being restricted to those who give birth to human babies? Cos that could be animalist! 🤣 Mark Gough - Reform UK
I don’t get what the problem is - Black and Asian people in this country are more likely to have issues in and around pregnancy and birth - If this cuts problems, then it will save everyone money and grief. Places like Harlow, where the elderly, because of their lifestyles are far less likely to age healthily are a drain on our nation’s healthcare resources —- A few fewer Turkey Twizzlers and a bit more ‘Five a day’ and some more self discipline and taking responsibility for your own health might help to alleviate the mess caused by all the healthcare staff that went home because of Brexit.
"Birthing people", or "Mothers" as they are more commonly known. What complete and utter madness!
The world had gone mad