Midwifery Group Practice
Midwifery Group Practice (MGP) or ‘caseload midwifery’ provides high-value maternity care for women, improving outcomes at lower costs.
This network was created to support and promote the growth of MGP services through collaboration and knowledge-sharing.
Chair: Rachael Yates (Country Health SA Local Health Network) & Michelle O’Connor (Logan Hospital QLD)
Who is it for?
Midwives, obstetricians, and managers working in, or with Midwifery Group Practices interested in networking about sustaining and expanding MGP services.
- Experiences of receiving and providing maternity care during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia – highlighting opportunities and areas where we can be BRAVE in reimaging maternity care
- MGP foster sustainability of Ceduna Birthing Service – implementing MGP can foster the sustainability of rural regional birthing services
- Does MGP really make a difference? – how using maternity data can have the power to influence MGP uptake
- Clinical Supervision (Reflective) Luxury or Necessary – the importance of clinical supervision cannot be overstated if you want to aid in recruitment and retention of staff and decrease burnout.
Online Members Community
It’s easy to join our networks.
All staff of member hospitals have access to this network and the resources within.
To join, create a free new account of login to the Members Community.