Supporting Families, Preventing Tragedies

Our Network

Those who know to be concerned

Amongst our network, we have obstetric doctors, midwives, paediatricians, nurses, and other health professionals who have voiced concern. They have freely given their advice to our network.

We also have families. Mothers, fathers, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins… Those who have lost (or all-but-lost) their precious children, and those who have come frighteningly close to loss. Those who have learnt in the hardest way to be concerned.

AIM now provides a forum to unite these voices.

Red Flags

        RED FLAGS

  • Lack of monitoring
  • “Normalising” the abnormal
  • Lack of action/delay in getting emergency care
  • Going over due date
  • Failure to progress in labour
  • Meconium-stained liquor (waters)
  • Lengthy handover during emergency
  • Inconsistent reporting and documentation
  • Your concerns being ignored

    Click here to read more about common warning signs


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