Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Edwin Chandraharan: postpartum haemorrhage and its management This content relates to the following topics: Maternity services Patient safety Part of Safer Births project Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 20 April 2011 Dr Edwin Chandraharan discusses the definition, causes and implications of massive postpartum haemorrhage (PPH).Please note that this webinar does contain images of a medical nature. Related contentCompleted projectSafer Births project The Safer Births programme enabled frontline professionals working in maternity units to improve the safety of the services they deliver to women and their babies. VideoMichael West: sustaining improvement in safer births Professor Michael West shares his advice on how maternity teams can sustain improvement, innovation and efficiency. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Slideshow Simon Cunningham: how the Safer Births programme has made a difference to quality and safety Simon Cunningham, Consultant at Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, explains how his team have improved team-working, communication and governance arrangements in their maternity services Report Improving safety in maternity services: A toolkit for teams The tips and tools in this resource will help maternity teams to implement changes that will deliver benefits to women and families. Improving safety in maternity services: case studies Anna Dixon and Vinice Thomas give an introduction to maternity safety and three trusts share how they have improved safety in their maternity unit. Video Improving safety in maternity services: introduction to The King's Fund's maternity toolkit Anna Dixon and Vinice Thomas discuss the findings of the independent inquiry into the safety of maternity services in England and introduce our maternity toolkit.