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PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training

PROMPT research contributes to Queen's Anniversary Prize 2014 for University of Bristol PROMPT trainers in Zimbabwe sporting latest t-shirt trend! Pre-hospital PROMPT training using MamaNatalie Training together can be fun, and improves team working Locally adaptable - used in many countries Congratulations to PROMPT Melbourne: 1st birthday! Creating different simulated environments: pre-hospital care training with paramedics

PROMPT (PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training) is an evidence based multi-professional training package for obstetric emergencies. It is associated with direct improvements in perinatal outcome and has been proven to improve knowledge, clinical skills and team working.

The PROMPT Maternity Foundation (PMF) is a multi-professional group of obstetricians, midwives and anaesthetists based in the UK. PMF strives to make childbirth safer through training, education and research. Our aim has always been to make evidence based multi-professional obstetric emergencies training available to all.

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Welcome to Bath Guided Historic Walk

We are delighted to announce that The PROMPT Maternity Foundation has been able to a FREE guided historic walk around Bath on Wednesday 4th March at 16:00. Places are limited to 75 - please visit the "Explore the local area" page for further details.

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Symposium tickets on sale until Thursday 26th February

Symposium tickets will be available until Thursday 26th February - please ensure you submit your form (found on the Buy Tickets page) by this date to avoid disappointment!

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Jo and Lloyd trek up Kilimanjaro to raise money for PROMPT

Please visit this page to support Jo and Lloyd, who will be trekking up the epic 5,895 metre Mount Kilimanjaro in February in memory of their son, Joseph. They have kindly chosen to raise money for PROMPT. Thank you Jo and Lloyd!