The National Maternity Hospital General Practitioners Study Day will be held on Saturday, 19th November 2022. Click HERE for details and registration
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Today (5th May 2022) The National Maternity Hospital joins the HSE National Women and Infants Health Programme, together with the Office of the Nursing and Midwifery Services to celebrate the work undertaken by midwives and asks people thinking about a future career to consider becoming a midwife.
An important note for all our patients
To mark #lnternationalWomensDay, we asked a few of our staff who have been here from a few months to 43 years, what #IWD2022 means to them. The NMH has long been a centre of excellence and is leading the way in Ireland in terms of Women’s & Maternal Health.
To mark #lnternationalWomensDay, NMH trailblazers Prof Fionnuala McAuliffe, Prof Mary Higgins & Dr Anna Curley spoke with The Irish Times about the importance – and joy – of their research in our busy maternity hospital.
Twelve en-suite rooms, a hydrotherapy pool and a dedicated bereavement room, replaces its previous unit. The newly extended and refurbished unit will benefit thousands of patients every year until the hospital’s move to Elm Park.
The National Maternity Hospital, Ireland’s centre of excellence for maternal and women’s health, today officially opened its doors to a fully-refurbished Labour & Birthing Unit in honour of International Women’s Day. Five additional en-suite rooms have been added, as well as en-suites added to five pre-existing rooms, bringing the total number of rooms in the unit to fourteen, twelve of which have an en-suite. A dedicated bereavement suite and hydrotherapy pool as well as a state-of-the-art specialised room to care for immunocompromised patients have also been added to the unit.
The NMH is the only hospital in Ireland to offer a Perinatal Genomics Service. The aim of the service is to end the diagnostic odyssey for rare disease patients before birth by using cutting edge technology.
Dear Taoiseach and Minister Donnelly,
The primary ROLO (Randomised cOntrol Trial of LOw glycaemic diet in pregnancy) study was carried out at The National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland from 2007-2011. This research study involved 800 women who were pregnant with their second child and had previously given birth to an infant weighing more than 4kg. They were invited to take part in a dietary intervention trial from early pregnancy. Women were randomly allocated to receive dietary advice on a low glycamic diet from a dietitian or no dietary advice. The aim of the study was to investigate the effects of a low glycaemic index diet on infant birth weight, maternal weight gain during pregnancy and maternal glucose tolerance. The ROLO study has become a longitudinal birth cohort, as the mothers who were part of the primary study and their child who was born into the study have been followed up at 3 months, 6 months, 2 years, 5 years, and 9 to 11 years to continue to study the long-term effects of nutrition during pregnancy on maternal and child health outcomes.
The clinic aims to improve menopause care for women with complex menopausal symptoms
The National Maternity Hospital is delighted to announce that the specialist Complex Menopause Clinic supported by funding from the Department of Health and HSE's National Women & Infants Health Programme is open and seeing patients. The service is dedicated to helping patients with serious medical conditions to manage their menopausal symptoms.
The website replaces a 120-page booklet previously handed to parents when their new-borns were admitted to the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit
Wednesday, 17th November – World Prematurity Day: The National Maternity Hospital today launched a comprehensive, educational site www.nmhnicu.ie, which is dedicated to supporting parents with babies in the neonatal intensive care unit and their families. The site was funded by Rethink Ireland through The NMH Foundation.
- The National Maternity Hospital to light up in pink and blue for families who have lost babies -
The bereavement team at The National Maternity Hospital (NMH) join Feileacain in asking landmarks and businesses to light up in pink and blue as part of the International Wave of Light on Friday the 15th of October in honour of all the babies who have died during pregnancy or after birth.
The National Maternity Hospital General Practitioners Study Day will be held on Saturday 20th November 2021. Click on heading for link to details and registration.
This service is held annually for the parents and their families whose babies have died at The National Maternity Hospital.