Have your say on developing maternity services in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 08:30 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:21 25 September 2018

Melissa Davis, deputy head of midwifery, with an interactive game to help shape the future of maternity services. Picture courtesy of the East and North Herts NHS Trust.

Melissa Davis, deputy head of midwifery, with an interactive game to help shape the future of maternity services. Picture courtesy of the East and North Herts NHS Trust.

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Parents and maternity service health professionals are being invited to have their say about the way maternity and neonatal services in Hertfordshire are delivered.

An interactive workshop will be held at Stevenage’s Lister Hospital on Saturday from 10am to 1.30pm, using a specially developed board game to help participants consider maternity and neonatal services from different points of view.

Melissa Davis, deputy head of midwifery, said: “This session will look at ways in which services can be developed and delivered to meet the needs of our women and their families.

“In particular, we will be looking at ways in which having the same person or team look after you during your pregnancy can have an impact on your care.

“This is an opportunity to discuss what women really want and how we can work together to achieve this.”

Register your interest in attending by emailing melissa.davis1@nhs.net

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