Midwives who look after 15 babies at once: Maternity staff are quitting over their fear of making 'tragic mistakes' 

Midwives are being left on their own to look after up to 15 women and their babies, a report warns.
Some maternity units are now so overstretched that midwives are quitting for fear of making 'tragic mistakes'.
The Royal College of Midwives also warns departments are 'dangerous' and 'stressful' with 'epidemic' levels of bullying.
As a result, a report by the RCM today claims that the NHS is facing an exodus of overworked and demoralised midwives.
Later this week the NHS will publish the first ever Ofsted-style ratings for maternity care for every health trust in England.

19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 48
Source: Daily Mail

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