"The Birth Trauma Association News"

Nearly £700 raised for the BTA!

Following the difficult birth of her son Daniel, Debbie Clark set about researching the condition that his birth had left him with.

Please help with research into this important area by asking dads to fill in this online survey. Thank you

Click here for more info about James Titcombe and his website...

Birth Trauma Association calls for better mental healthcare for new mothers in response to news that the maternal suicide rate hasn’t fallen in 11 years

Help the BTA - we need new committee members

NICE criticised for 'missed opportunity' with PTSD guidance . BTA Press Officer Kim Thomas reports - click the link for more information.

Collaboration to reduce neonatal deaths, brain damage and maternal injury needs two more members

Please help with this important study being undertaken at Nottingham University

New report emphasises safety, choice and better mental health provision but concerns remain.

 

 

 

The BTA Support Group

If you are a UK parent who has suffered birth trauma, please join our closed support group on Facebook

 

 

 

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