Birthrights

Birthrights

@birthrightsorg

Followers13.9K
Following1.7K

Birthrights promotes human rights in pregnancy and childbirth. We provide information, advice and training on lawful treatment of women in maternity care.

London, UK
Joined on August 28, 2012
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @birthrightsorg and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
6 hours
Average replies
1
Average retweets
16
Average likes
25
Tweets with photos
21 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Quoted @Anaes_Journal

🔐COVID‐19 and access to labour epidural analgesia in UK hospitals. "...this snapshot survey provides reassurance that COVID-19 is not having a widespread adverse impact on the delivery of epidural analgesia to labouring women." @noolslucas 🔗https://t.co/HNxUO3et9n https://t.co/sitoJJqCZx

🔐COVID‐19 and access to labour epidural analgesia in UK hospitals.

"...this snapshot survey provides reassurance that COVID-19 is not having a widespread adverse impact on the delivery of epidural analgesia to labouring women." @noolslucas

🔗https://t.co/HNxUO3et9n https://t.co/sitoJJqCZx

Ping @birthrightsorg https://t.co/xG62YoQQUt

If you work in perinatal #mentalhealth you might like to join this great (online) @GenesisTrustUK conference June 10, chaired by the wonderful Prof Vivette Glover @MMHAlliance @TheMarceSociety @PMHPUK @first1001days @iHealthVisiting @MidwivesRCM @RCObsGyn https://t.co/LAHYooZC6q

A pandemic isn't an excuse to forego #RespectfulCare. Addressing someone by their name rather than their illness establishes an important compassionate connection. Use her name.  #RespectfulCare #SaferTogether https://t.co/q3IPEGdFj7

A pandemic isn't an excuse to forego #RespectfulCare. Addressing someone by their name rather than their illness establishes an important compassionate connection. Use her name. #RespectfulCare #SaferTogether https://t.co/q3IPEGdFj7

Great to see BAME campaigners calling for the UK government to tackle race inequalities after the high Covid toll https://t.co/pWBrGQ1OLm

We need your help! MASIC are working with Warwick University to carry out research into women’s experiences following childbirth injury, including the impact on their lives, and their interactions with health professionals. Please follow the link here: https://t.co/MUCpmbmqsn

VEs & coercion was an issue we heard about before CV19 but now even more. It’s important that birthing people know risks/benefits/alternatives @birthrightsorg @birth_better @TSM_Journal @TPM_Journal https://t.co/tSi4cmzv6f

New article: Seeing birth in a new light: The transformational effect of exposure to homebirth for hospital-based midwives https://t.co/oeVkNfzr2b @utsSoNM @UTS_Health @CarolineHomer @Bec_Coddington @debjfox

‘Mums do most childcare and chores in lockdown' and the routine starts during #maternityleave Maternity leave and return to work are also when many women are pushed out of their jobs. https://t.co/bJKOLtXG7o

Quoted @BWH_NHS

It’s time for the final episode of Life and Birth series over @BBCOne right now, featuring our fantastic maternity teams. Make sure to use #LifeAndBirth and tweet with us as you watch tonight. https://t.co/X9KovDCSr7

It’s time for the final episode of Life and Birth series over @BBCOne right now, featuring our fantastic maternity teams. Make sure to use #LifeAndBirth and tweet with us as you watch tonight. https://t.co/X9KovDCSr7

Catch one of our @HomebirthTeam midwives Gemma caring for a family at home 🏠 #homebirth #midwife https://t.co/3W0uoacHHa

Quoted @bpas1968

The introduction of telemedical abortion care has been a phenomenal achievement in women’s healthcare, enabling women like Kate to safely access the care they need at home. This is her story. https://t.co/OSxiUjA1UK

Telemedicine abortion: safe, effective, critical healthcare. Pandemic or no pandemic, it should be available for those that need it! https://t.co/5X0T4txyVw

Our latest campaign shares the key messages of #maternity care for higher risk women during the pandemic and to remind expecting mothers that services are open for business: https://t.co/nkabio1ZRW #covidmaternity #midwives2020 https://t.co/52YHrzxtxp

Our latest campaign shares the key messages of #maternity care for higher risk women during the pandemic and to remind expecting mothers that services are open for business: https://t.co/nkabio1ZRW #covidmaternity #midwives2020 https://t.co/52YHrzxtxp

Anxiety about separation from their partner during labour is normal. @Anna_Nelson95 argues that requiring vaginal examination to see them risks becoming coercive. https://t.co/nUOIcWCMSY @birthrightsorg @birthhumanright @birthpositive @birth_better @BioethicsUoM

Pregnant or recently had a baby in south London? How to improve care for women and babies from BAME background. We want our research to answer questions that matter to you @ARC_S_L @birthrightsorg @Brthcompanions @NatMatVoicesorg @MaternityAction https://t.co/MJLecepQj1

How is lockdown affecting women’s experience of pregnancy? We heard from Elsa who’s expecting her first baby, and Iby who’s pregnant with her second child about what’s changed in their care and how Covid-19 is affecting them emotionally and practically
https://t.co/xQoZIq2R5e https://t.co/ERIMuYbo8q

How is lockdown affecting women’s experience of pregnancy? We heard from Elsa who’s expecting her first baby, and Iby who’s pregnant with her second child about what’s changed in their care and how Covid-19 is affecting them emotionally and practically https://t.co/xQoZIq2R5e https://t.co/ERIMuYbo8q

While some bend the rules, the rest of us demand that they be enforced. We’ve just updated several sections of our #CovidMaternity FAQs. Have a look at our absolutely factual and reliable information. #MothersWork #ukemplaw https://t.co/1rttgr6Ff5

bpas
2 days ago

The introduction of telemedical abortion care has been a phenomenal achievement in women’s healthcare, enabling women like Kate to safely access the care they need at home. This is her story. https://t.co/OSxiUjA1UK

Quoted @BameHealthcare

AND WE ARE LIVE! If you were unable to tune into yesterday's webinar or would like to rewatch it, the link is below👇🏾 https://t.co/yF9P72ZlnZ Don't forget to use the hashtag #GoingBeyondStats to share some thoughts on the points that were raised

For those who missed yesterday’s excellent webinar hosted by @BameHealthcare on the impact of #COVID19 and #BAME communities, the link is now available! 👇🏾 https://t.co/TTrCqnUpLj

Next Page