VIDM 2018 Programme Calendar

All VIDM 2018 Conference sessions are listed using UTC, starting at 22:00 on 04 May.

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May 4 @ 22:00 – 22:20 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Sarah Stewart, Founder, VIDM; Midwifery Adviser and Manager, Policy and Professional Practice Unit, Australian College of Midwives Facilitator: Jean Patterson Recording: Click here  Like this:Like Loading...
May 4 @ 22:15 – 23:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Keynote Speaker: Karen Guilliland, Chief Executive, New Zealand College of Midwives Facilitator: Jean Patterson Recording: Click HERE Like this:Like Loading...
May 4 @ 23:00 – May 5 @ 00:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Marlene Magallanes Corimanya Facilitator: Susana Ku Recording: Click HERE Overweight and Obesity in Women in Childbearing Age (MEF) has increased in Peru. The retention of body weight in the post partum period is a … Continue reading "2. Eating for two or because of two: Postpartum weight retention in women in childbearing age (in Spanish)"
May 4 @ 23:00 – May 5 @ 00:00 Room 3, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Hazel Keedle Facilitator: Jean Patterson Recording: Click HERE This presentation will explore a meta-ethnographic review of 20 research papers exploring women’s experience of vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC). Exploring women’s experiences of VBAC can improve health practitioners’ … Continue reading "2. The journey from pain to power: A meta-ethnography on women’s experiences of vaginal birth after caesarean"
May 5 @ 00:00 – 01:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Jean Patterson Facilitator: Hazel Keedle Recording: Check HERE The move from student to health professional can be challenging. Graduates from our Bachelor of Midwifery programme complete a blend of face to face, online and … Continue reading "3. Becoming a midwife: A study of our alumni"
May 5 @ 01:00 – 02:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Patricia Marianella Juárez Coello Facilitator: Susana Ku Recording: Click HERE The aim of this study is to present and discuss the results of research which looked at the management of labour with oxytocin and … Continue reading "4. Errors when augmenting labour with oxytocin (in Spanish)"
May 5 @ 01:00 – 02:00 Room 3, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Tammi Heap Facilitator: Hazel Keedle Recording: Click HERE Sustainability in midwifery is a worldwide issue, with the average length of career less than 10 years (burnout being highest reason for leaving). In New Zealand … Continue reading "4. Sustainability in midwifery"
May 5 @ 02:00 – 03:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speakers: Irene Chain Kalinowski;  Meng Xue, President, Chinese Confederation of Midwives Facilitator: Cindy Nelly Recording  Click here MMSS –  Modern Maternity Service System provides theory and clinical face to face training in hospitals. We spent … Continue reading "5. From medical midwife to integrated holistic care midwifery (In English and Chinese)"
May 5 @ 03:00 – 04:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Qorinah Estingingtyas Sakilah Adnani Facilitator: Cindy Nelly Recording: Available HERE Although Indonesia has produced a large number of midwives, the maternal and infant mortality rates remain high. This oral presentation illuminates preliminary results of … Continue reading "6. From midwifery educator’s perspective towards a midwifery education in Indonesia"
May 5 @ 04:00 – 05:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Deborah Fox Facilitator: Megan Koontz Recordings: Click HERE Timely referral and smooth collaboration between maternity caregivers is important for the safety and well-being of women and their babies, especially when place of birth and … Continue reading "7. Principles for handover in the homebirth transfer context"
May 5 @ 05:00 – 06:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Keynote Speaker: Jemima Araba Dennis-Antwi, President, Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives Facilitator: Megan Koontz Recording: Click HERE Like this:Like Loading...
May 5 @ 06:00 – 07:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Deborah Davis Facilitator: Annette Dalsgaard Recording: Click HERE    Like this:Like Loading...
May 5 @ 07:00 – 08:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Shefaly Shorey Facilitator: Linda Wylie Recording: Click HERE The presentation will share the results of a randomized controlled trail (RCT) that evaluated an educational programme delivered via Mobile-Health Application (M-Health App) to new parents … Continue reading "10. Designing, developing and testing ‘Home But Not Alone’ mobile phone app for new parents in the early postpartum period."
May 5 @ 08:00 – 09:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speakers: Burcu Yurtsal; Nazan Karahan Facilitator: Linda Wylie Recording: Click HERE Midwives are members of an older and independent profession, as old as humanity. The aim of this study is to discuss midwifery, midwifery education and … Continue reading "11. Midwifery, midwifery education and the future plan of the midwifery profession in Turkey"
May 5 @ 09:00 – 10:00 Room 3, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Charlene Cole, Coventry University Facilitator: Linda Wylie Recording: Click HERE Better Births, the report of the National Maternity Review, found that some women were receiving good continuity in their maternity care and relationships, and … Continue reading "12. Student Cafe : Better Births initiative from a student perspective"
May 5 @ 09:00 – 10:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Ella Kurz Facilitator: Chris Woodhouse Recording: Click HERE The anti-homebirth debate continues to rage fiercely although research increasingly suggests planned homebirth is a safe option in which women and babies experience less intervention and … Continue reading "12. Trial by media: The vilification of homebirth"
May 5 @ 10:00 – 11:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speakers: Carmel Moran; Halima Akter Facilitator: Cecilia Jevitt Recording: Click HERE Formalised midwifery education and certified midwives have only been in existence in Bangladesh since 2012. The majority of maternity care givers are nurses and … Continue reading "13. Organisational capacity building: The Bangladesh Twinning Project"
May 5 @ 11:00 – 12:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Claire Lyon Facilitator: Cecilia Jevitt Recording: Click HERE A verbal presentation of a community based postnatal Pilates programme delivered as part of an EU funded campaign of activities to raise awareness of the importance … Continue reading "14. Postnatal Pilates: Findings from a pilot study"
May 5 @ 11:00 – 12:00 Room 3, Big Blue Button
Speakers: Georgetown University student midwives with faculty members Nancy Jo Reedy, Cindy Farley, and Esther Ellsworth Bowers Facilitator: Lorraine Mockford Recording: Click HERE Midwifery teachers are charged with educating the next generation of scholarly authors, … Continue reading "14. Student Cafe: Preparing for publication: Student perspectives"
May 5 @ 12:00 – 13:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Keynote Speaker: Susan Stone, President, Frontier Nursing University: President-Elect of the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Facilitators: Jane Houston and Linda Wylie Recording: Click HERE The United States has seen a dramatic increase in maternal … Continue reading "15. Keynote: Building a diverse midwifery workforce in the United States to improve maternity care outcomes"
May 5 @ 13:00 – 14:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Maria Florencia Francisconi; Ana Clara Martínez Facilitator: Susana Ku Recording: Click HERE Countries in Latin America and Caribbean have had sustained advances reducing inequalities in interventions related to reproductive health, maternal, infant and neonatal health. … Continue reading "16. Effectiveness of the intervention of professional midwives in vulnerable populations (in Spanish)"
May 5 @ 13:00 – 14:00 Room 3, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Eliana Monteforte; Facilitator: Stephanie Boyd Recording: Check HERE The State-Level Advocacy Course for Midwifery in Mexico is a one year advocacy course funded by the MacArthur Foundation and developed by MSH in partnership with … Continue reading "16. State-Level Advocacy course for midwifery in Mexico"
May 5 @ 14:00 – 15:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Courtney Massora Facilitator: Pandora Hardtman Recording: Click HERE  Like this:Like Loading...
May 5 @ 15:00 – 16:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Jennifer Vanderlaan; Priscilla Hall Facilitator: Pandora Hardtman Recording: Click HERE In this presentation we will summarize the findings from our recent meta-analysis on neonatal safety with water birth.  In addition to discussing the main … Continue reading "18. Neonatal safety with water birth: Results from our meta-analysis"
May 5 @ 16:00 – 17:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Gill Adgie Facilitator: Cindy Nelly Recording: Check HERE The Royal College of Midwives decided to run a major campaign focusing on members’ health safety and wellbeing between May 2016 and December 2017 working in … Continue reading "19. Caring for You ‘Healthy workplaces delivering high quality care’: RCM campaign"
May 5 @ 17:00 – 18:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Daniela Drandic, Voditeljica programa Reproduktivna prava – Head of the Reproductive Rights Program Facilitator: Diane John Recording: Click HERE Traditionally, quality indicators in maternity care have focused on perinatal mortality and caesarean section rates. … Continue reading "20. More than surgeries and survival: How to use statistics to inform consumers and change policy"
May 5 @ 18:00 – 19:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Laureli Morrow: Melissa Dorr; Taya Mohler; and Jeanna Deswert Facilitator: Olufemi Olubodun Recording: Click HERE Midwife Pilgrim has been working in Bangladesh since September 2017 with the Rohingya  population in refugee camps. We provide … Continue reading "21. Rohingya humanitarian crisis: Stories from the field"
May 5 @ 19:00 – 20:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Amanda Burleigh Facilitator: Linda Wylie Recording: Click HERE This presentation will address the following: History of cord clamping and implementation of non-evidence based immediate cord clamping. Changes in international guidance and UK NICE guidance … Continue reading "22. Optimal cord clamping: Whose blood is it anyway?"
May 5 @ 20:00 – 21:00 Room 1, Big Blue Button
Speaker: Portia Shanduka Facilitator: Catherine Salam Recording: Click HERE Students’ evaluations of their clinical learning revealed that they experience theory- practice discrepancies related to the use of the partogram. This theory-practice incongruence was confirmed in … Continue reading "23. Student midwives’ use of the partogram at a district hospital in Lesotho"
May 5 @ 21:00 – 22:00 Room 2, Big Blue Button
Keynote Speaker: Franka Cadée, President, International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) Facilitator: Cecilia Jevitt Recording: Click HERE Like this:Like Loading...