Local Guidelines and Resources
Please note, BMFMS do not endorse or give official BMFMS backing to the guidelines or resources listed below.
If your unit has a local guideline you are happy to share on this webpage please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The guidelines will be arranged by: antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum, when emailing your guideline please indicate which category the guideline should be placed under (if none of these, please suggest what the category heading might be).
Sunderland Home Management for PIH
Sunderland Growth Scan Guidance Covid-19
Sunderland Community Pathways & Visits Covid-19
Sunderland (a) redunced SFH and (b) reduced FM-Management Covid-19
Chesterfield Management of Common Maternal Medicines during Covid
Chesterfield Covid-19 scan guidelines
Chesterfield AN schedule Covid-19
Chesterfield GDM Flowchart Covid
Chesterfield CRH Covid SOP draft
HealthSHIP (Health Students Helping in Pandemics). A group of Scottish graduate medical students devised this web app which enables health students to give a little help to those healthcare staff who may need it. This app has the support of national bodies including the BMA, Medical Schools Council and GMC. It allows NHS and social care staff to post their needs (grocery shopping, babysitting, pet care, admin, medicines pickup, etc) over the course of the pandemic and health students can offer their help with these tasks based on location.
Here to Help London offer to BMFMS members
Here to Help is a collaborative partnership service, established to assist key workers and the wider community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see here a set of offers - for BMFMS members ranging from discounts on local or international accommodation and transportation, to wine, dine, pamper experiences in restaurants, bars and spas in central London.
FIGO Please see here for for FIGO Covid-19 resources
RCOG Guidelines and Resources
Please see here for RCOG guidelines and resources.
Highly specialised services team at NHS England and Improvement briefing
Open Prenatal surgery for spina bifida during the COVID-19 pandemic
Primary scientific reports of cases of Covid-19 is pregnancy.
Please see here a blog on ‘Ripe Tomato.org'. This is a curated list of primary scientific reports of cases of Covid-19 in pregnancy, noting double counting and with easy access to full text. This page gives running totals from these scientific reports. The list is curated by Jim Thornton & Kate Walker from Nottingham, & Keelin O'Donoghue from Cork.
Please see here for the Cochrane library's evidence on Antibiotic prophylaxis for operative vaginal delivery
Papers presented at SAGE 84 on 25 March 2021.