The Virtual International Day of the Midwife 2020 conference has come to an end for another year. Midwives around the world socially gathered safely and securely online in this time of pandemic. Ideas were shared and friendships forged, and we suspect more than a few professional collaborations!
Please be sure to:
Check out the VIDM 2020 Poster Presentations:
The conference recordings have been added to the Virtual Midwives YouTube channel — subscribe to stay up to date! The recordings in the VIDM 2020 Programme Calendar have been updated — 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 )
VIDM 2020 closing
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. We have provided a separate category for Midwifery Students to showcase their work, many of which are interesting research as well. Additionally, some of the poster presenters chose to be interviewed — Podcast interviews are found below their names on the presentation pages.
Please take some time to review this excellent work. Follow the links to the presentation pages.
VIDM 2020 Research Posters
VIDM 2020 Midwifery Student Posters
For an alternative view check the poster galleries below:
Student Midwifery Posters
Look to the right of this blog post ⇒ That is how much time you have to get ready for VIDM 2020.
Attending a 24 hour conference with concurrent sessions + a preconference event all via webconference takes planning! When are you available? Which sessions are your “must attend” and which ones can you catch as recordings? Be sure to consider the Preconference event with WHO. Review the Programme Calendar and save the sessions to your calendar. Make note of the session room (1 – 2 – 3 – 4). Remember to check the time in your location — all conference sessions are listed using UTC.
How about the webconferencing technology? Attend a drop in session to check out how BigBlueButton works. See below to find a session that works for you or look here. The moderators are there to answer any questions. Make sure your headset is working! Make note of the room for each drop-in session.
Login instructions are here: Accessing the Conference 2020 or under Attending the Conference above.
We can’t wait to meet you!
VIDM 2020 Drop In Sessions