Thank YOU from VIDM 2021 — 13 years of global sharing!

The Virtual International Day of the Midwife 2021 conference has come to an end for another year. Once again midwives gathered safely for more than 24 hours to share research, ideas, and stories.  Friendships were forged, and we suspect more than a few professional collaborations! The map above shows how truly global VIDM is!

Please be sure to review After the conference 2021 to:

    • Complete the post conference survey
    • Download your Attendance Certificate for your portfolio
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      • Spanish

Check out the VIDM 2021 Poster Presentations. Many of the presenters have completed interviews. Links to these podcasts are under their names with more to be added.

The conference recordings will be added to the Virtual Midwives YouTube channel — subscribe to stay up to date! The recordings also be added to  in the VIDM 2021 Programme Calendar  — check them out!

Speaking of videos… Here is our thanks to you.

(Music by Emma Martin “This Woman’s Hands”. Used with permission of the artist. https://emmamartin.bandcamp.com/releases )

 

WHO Preconference session :: What does the future hold for birth equity for all?

We are honoured to announce that World Health Organization (WHO)  associates Elizabeth Iro and Fran McConville will be presenting a preconference session starting 3 hours before the start of VIDM 2021.  We hope you will be able to join us for this significant presentation and discussion as we explore Birth Equity for All.

Pre-Conference :: World Health Organization: Global progress on midwifery: What does the future hold for birth equity for all?

Join the World Health Organization (WHO) Director General, the Chief Nurse (a midwife!), and the Midwifery Advisor to hear the headlines of the State of the Worlds Midwifery Report – hot off the press! Find out what the future holds for midwifery education, services, workforce, and leadership from WHO midwives around the world. This is your opportunity to ask questions and give your valuable inputs to WHO.

Session information: HERE

Click here to check the starting time in your location: https://bit.ly/VIDoM21-WHO-session

Be sure to check the VIDM 2021 Research Posters

Just a few more days until the start of the Virtual International Day of the Midwife conference. We can’t wait to meet you!

Each year VIDM receives a number of outstanding posters which illustrate many aspects of midwifery practice and research around the globe. This year is no different.  While you are waiting take some time to explore the 19 posters.  Additionally, many of the poster presenters chose to be interviewed. Links to the podcast interviews are found below their names on the presentation page with more added as we go.

Please take some time to review this excellent work. Follow the link below to the presentation page.

VIDM 2021 Research Posters

The posters are shown below in an alternative view. Use your cursor to slow or stop the slideshow.

 

 
 
Sheetal Samson poster
Rybarova poster
Mulyaningsih poster
AUWALU-Poster
Macharapu and Kaur poster
Mudili poster
Teresa LW Poster
Celine Lemay poster
Sheetal Samson poster
Keraudren poster
Joos German poster
Joos English Poster
Grindle poster
Isabella GARTI-POSTER
Chatzipanagiotidou poster
Argahen poster
Bethany Leahy poster
18 Barbora Snuggs poster

VIDM 2021 Poster preview

Loredana Zordan poster
Sheetal Samson poster
Rybarova poster
Mulyaningsih poster
AUWALU-Poster
Macharapu and Kaur poster
Mudili poster
Teresa LW Poster
Celine Lemay poster
Kidane and McDowell poster
Keraudren poster
Joos German poster
Joos English Poster
Grindle poster
Isabella GARTI-POSTER
Chatzipanagiotidou poster
Argahen poster
Bethany Leahy poster
12 Mary Kay Miller poster
18 Barbora Snuggs poster