Rosie Maternity Voices is an advisory and action forum run by local parent volunteers to improve maternity services at the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge, UK. 
It meets quarterly with senior staff at the Rosie Hospital, commissioners, local charities, community and voluntary groups, and Healthwatch Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, to review the experiences and feedback collected from this survey and its outreach work.

Please tell us about your maternity care so we can flag up any areas of concern or praise with the Rosie Hospital. ​You may feel that alone, your opinions and feelings about your maternity care, whether good or bad, will not make a difference but by drawing experiences together as a group we can make sure our voices are heard and taken seriously.

If not all sections apply, just fill in what you can. If you have had more than one birth at the Rosie Hospital in the last five years, please fill in this survey about your most recent birth.

If your baby died during pregnancy, labour or neonatally, you may prefer to complete our baby loss and bereavement care survey.

If you work with local parents as a doula, antenatal teacher, community worker, volunteer, etc. please send feedback via our contact us page. Please support our work by sharing this survey with the parents you work with.

The data is collected confidentially. The information is kept in a secure environment and the data is analysed at group level in order to de-identify participants. You will not get any individual response to your comments, however, at the end of the survey you can submit your name and email to hear about progress, news and local listening events.

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