Welcome to the

International Maternity Expo


Tuesday 12th – Wednesday 13th November 2019
Millennium Gloucester Hotel, 4-18 Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH

Discover the latest developments in Maternity Services from around the world.

The Changing World of Maternity
The International Maternity Expo (IME) is a unique new filmed international maternity festival and trade expo for all healthcare professionals, governments, service providers and suppliers working in maternity around the world.

Delegate Registration

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IME Partners

Supporters of the International Maternity Expo 2019

Brought to you by the producers of All4Maternity, The Practising Midwife and Maternity & Midwifery Forum IME has been designed specifically to reach beyond midwifery and embrace the full spectrum of maternity services in general practice.


& Award Judges Include

Our prestigious international maternity expo includes renowned experts from all walks of maternity care:

Dunkley-Bent OBE (Professor)
Chief Midwifery Officer for England
National Maternity Safety Champion for the Department of Health
Shah (Dr)
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Reproductive Biology
Harvard Medical School
International Policy Advisor
Midwife, Royal Dutch Organisation of Midwives
Renfrew FRSE (Professor)
Professor of Mother and Infant Health
University of Dundee
Leshabari (Dr)
Executive Secretary
Tanzania Midwives Association
Hunter CBE (Professor)
RCM Professor of Midwifery
Cardiff University


With fellow maternity professionals

Unique in scope and ambition, IME has established a global network of maternity professionals, bringing together experts from around the world to participate in a 2 day celebration of maternity, culminating in the inaugural International Maternity Expo Awards Ceremony.

  • Hear the most up to date, practical clinical knowledge from leading maternity speakers in our expertly curated seminar sessions.
  • Discover the latest maternity products, services and devices in our exhibition zones.
  • Network with international maternity professionals and industry leaders.
  • Walk away with a video box set of presentations to share with colleagues.


Your knowledge & experience

The International Maternity Expo is a great opportunity to update your knowledge, share experiences with colleagues from around the world, and connect with industry representatives.

Why Attend?

Update your knowledge and share your experiences with colleagues from around the world
  • Attend seminars and informative, practical workshops to contribute towards CPD and Revalidation
  • Participate in the inaugural International Maternity Expo Awards
  • Hear the latest in maternity best practice from around the world
  • Explore developments in maternity services in general practice
  • Meet international maternity experts who will answer your questions on practice
  • Network with a global audience of peers and connect with key industry players
  • Discover information on the very latest devices, products and services
  • Receive exclusive discounts and onsite-only offers from exhibitors

Job Titles

of delegates registered to attend IME 2019

Architect | Author | CCG Maternity Lead | CEO | Chief Midwifery Officer | Community Midwife | Consultant Anaesthetist | Consultant Epidemiologist | Consultant Midwife | Consultant Obstetrician | Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist | Dean of School of Midwifery | Director of Nursing and Midwifery | Doctoral Researcher | Doula | Educator | General Practitioner | Gynaecologist | Head of Midwifery | Healthcare Trade Union | Health Visitor | Maternal and Childcare Charity | Maternity Bank Staff Manager | Maternity Staff Provider | Matron | Midwifery | Academic | Midwife | Midwifery Association President | Professor of Midwifery |  Neonatal Nurse | Nursing and Midwifery Statutory Body representative | Practice Nurse | Professor | Public Health Staff | Researcher | Risk and Safety Manager | Senior Midwife | Trust Board Member


of delegates registered to attend IME 2019

1000 Lives Improvement | All4Maternity | All Party Health Group | Aneurin Bevan University Health Board | Anglia Ruskin University | Atsede’s Clinic, Gubrye, Ethiopia | Australian Catholic University | Ayrshire Maternity Unit, Crosshouse | Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospital NHS Trust | Best Beginnings | Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | BloodtoBaby | Bournemouth University | Breech Birth Network | Canterbury Christ Church University | Cardiff & Vale University Health Board | Cardiff University | Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | City University London | Coventry University | Croydon University Hospital | Derbyshire Community Healthcare Foundation Trust | Edge Hill University | Edinburgh Napier University | Expectancy | Fernandez Foundation, India | First Steps Enterprise | Griffith University, Australia | Harvard Medical School, USA | Healthcare Australia | Heartline Ministries, Haiti | Hydrobumps | Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust | International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) | International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) | IntraHealth International, Ethiopia | Jentle Childbirth Foundation | Keele University | Kenya Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society | King’s College Hospital | King’s College London | Lis Maternity Hospital, Sourasky Medical Center, Israel | London Ambulance Service | Luton and Dunstable University Hospital | Luz de Candeeiro Birthcenter, Brazil | Make Birth Better | Medecins Sans Frontières, Pakistan | Middlesex University | Midwifery Department Health Polytechnic Bandung, Indonesia | Monash University, Australia | More Than A Tick Box | Muhimbili University of Health, Tanzania | National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) | National Maternity Review | National Maternity Safety Champion for the Department of Health | NHS Public Health England | Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust | Oxford Brookes University | Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust | Pastoral Healthcare Network Australia | Positive about Down Syndrome | Positive Birth Movement | Queen Charlotte’s & Hammersmith Hospitals, London | Queen’s University Belfast | Roda – Parents in Action, Croatia | Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands | Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology | Royal College of Nursing | Royal College of Midwives | Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Bahrain | Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust | Royal Dutch Organisation of Midwives, The Netherlands | Save the Children | St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Student Midwife Journal, All4Maternity | Swansea University | Tanzania Midwives Association | The Pelvic Partnership | The Real Birth Company | Tune In To Your Baby | United Nations Population Fund | University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | University of Central Lancashire | University of Dundee | University of East Anglia | University of Florence, Italy | University of Greenwich | University of Hertfordshire | University of Northampton | University of Kent | University of Leeds | University of Leicester | University of Lincoln | University of Notre Dame, Australia | University of Salford | University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia | University of Warwick | University of West London | University of Worcester | West Middlesex Hospital | WHO Collaborating Centre for Midwifery Development | Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust