We looked inside some of the tweets by @sophie_relph and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
What is it like to deliver antenatal care during the COVID-19 pandemic? @THIS_Institute we're very keen to hear from midwives and obstetricians. Please share widely and complete our survey here: https://t.co/r6f2nsfuNi https://t.co/t3upqH4mXw
Thank you to @tommys @UptonMichele @APEC_UK @profsarakenyon @midwivesRCM @thedivinemiss_p @RCObsGyn @CfSaferBirths @lia_bri for all your support. We're really keen to understand women's experiences of antenatal care during the pandemic. Do keep sharing: https://t.co/xgSMmjrBYy https://t.co/Eq52juvZdq
Delighted to have been appointed Vice Chair for Clinical Quality & Collaboration, @RCObsGyn National Trainees’ Committee. Keen to explore ways to increase trainee participation in National projects & to disseminate vital work of RCOG CQ Dept back to trainees.
Today we have published our report on NHS Maternity Care for Women with Multiple Births and Their Babies. This report focuses on how feasible it is to access and use the data available so that further work can be done. You can view the report here https://t.co/xSQJmWC0VO
This @nmpa_audit report on the feasibility of auditing NHS maternity care for women with #twin and higher order births shows that audit is limited by the lack of data on #chorionicity and #amnionicity in routinely-collected national datasets. @TwinsTrust https://t.co/zpgxIoQQ5k
**New updates to our coronavirus and pregnancy guidance** Information for healthcare professionals: https://t.co/t0ck3efmrs #covidmaternity #Covid19UK @MidwivesRCM @RCPCHtweets @RCoANews https://t.co/fDpxkCoXhY
#CovidMaternity guidance from @RCObsGyn - minor update to include reference to @NHSEngland guidance on hospital visitors/birth partners & face masks in hospital settings & @DHSCgovuk guidance following findings of #RECOVERYtrial 1/2 https://t.co/W6WqaqXBwJ
Proud to work for an organisation with a strong position on racial inequalities in healthcare & a focus moving forwards to prioritise reduction of those inequalities affecting the women we care for. https://t.co/4cgN1dKjCn
*New updates to our #coronavirus infection and pregnancy guidance* Latest information for health professionals: https://t.co/9erdrdzC60 Q&As for pregnant women & their families: https://t.co/bQIvXPm9in #covidmaternity @MidwivesRCM @RCPCHtweets @RCPCHtweets @PHE_uk https://t.co/856WSgejVv
This guidance’s scope has evolved hugely over the last 3 months, along with with our understanding of #COVID19 & the clinical questions relevant to #pregnancy. We’ve re-structured the guidance afresh to make it more user-friendly. Also new advice on care of asymptomatic carriers. https://t.co/awh3kubyJj
This @RCObsGyn framework on #COVID19 testing is supplementary to the @NHSEngland document on testing & triaging for COVID19 in planned & urgent hospital admissions. https://t.co/pytghhdtE0 https://t.co/yuQ60bHGkJ
📢 New updates on our coronavirus infection and pregnancy guidance 📢 Latest guideline for health professionals: https://t.co/mGWusa0MA7 Updated Q&A for pregnant women: https://t.co/MJXPHoX0Kt #covidmaternity @MidwivesRCM @RCPCHtweets @DHSCgovuk https://t.co/aEpMTbtSMy
We have updated RCOG #CovidMaternity guidance following pre-print publication of the interim @NPEU_UKOSS report on COVID in pregnancy. New recommendations for midwives & doctors to have lower thresholds when planning care for BAME women with COVID & for women to access care early https://t.co/AmLKT6Xhpj