Midwife’s assessment of baby death was ‘wrong’


A senior nurse at a scandal-hit maternity ward wrongly concluded there were ‘no major midwifery issues’ after a baby’s death, a tribunal heard. Lisa Granville, Antonia Manousaki and Tuija Roussel were all working on the Loveridge Ward at Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Guernsey when the desperately ill baby was born Granville, who was the risk management midwife on the ward, investigated the incident and decided there were ‘no issues with the practical midwifery care delivered.’ She had made a similar finding…

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