RWK Goodman’s Kerstin Scheel and Abigail Ringer have secured a settlement of more than £10 million for a little boy, L, who suffered from a shortage of oxygen at the time of his birth…
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March marks cerebral palsy awareness month; an opportunity to celebrate the lives of adults and children affected by cerebral palsy and to raise awareness of issues relating to this condition. A recent review designed…
Today, like thousands of people across the world, I will be celebrating World Cerebral Palsy Day. World CP day is an opportunity to raise awareness of cerebral palsy; to celebrate the lives of the 17 million people affected by cerebral palsy; and to focus on areas for change that will have a positive impact on their lives.
Over the last 20 years, there has been a growing recognition that sepsis is one of the most common and potentially life threatening conditions faced by the human race.
Abigail Ringer explains what to look out for if you are concerned about jaundice in newborns, as well as how it should be monitored and treated by medical professionals.
Ahead of Peeps HIE’s HIE Awareness Day, Abigail Ringer explains what you need to know about the injury and how it can be avoided.
Abigail Ringer explains the importance of a new £30 million investment from the Government into Changing Places toilets.
I recently came across the inspirational story of Bryanna Tanase featured in Horse and Hound. Bryanna, who is 17 years old and lives with cerebral palsy, shares her story on how horses have impacted her life and her dream of competing in the Paralympics. She hopes that she might inspire others to reach their full potential too.
Is delivering a baby by caesarean section becoming more difficult? According to the Early Notification Scheme’s most recent report, difficult delivery of the head of the baby during caesarean section is becoming more of a problem.
Abigail Ringer, a member of our expert Birth Injury team, reviews some recent stats comparing the UK’s performance in maternity care to countries across the world.
Abigail Ringer explains the findings of the Ockenden review, and details what both Shrewsbury & Telford Trust and maternity units across the country can learn from it.
For anyone who has been following our blogs on the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust Independent Maternity Review, the first official report is expected to be published later today, in what is thought to have become the largest maternity scandal in NHS history.