The Virtual International Day of the Midwife celebrates the International Day of the Midwife by bringing together midwives, students, consumers and all parties interested in childbirth from across the globe using online electronic media.
VIDM wants to hear from you! What are you excited about in midwifery? What are your research interests? Share your ideas with the VIDM community. While the call for presentations is now closed, there is still time to submit a poster presentation.
Starting this year, poster submissions will be made via this website. Click on the title below for details and the submission form.
Request for Poster Proposals– Posters will be displayed here on the website. Topics may be midwifery research, international midwifery (this may include the sustainable development goals), midwifery education initiatives, midwifery practice issues, midwifery philosophy, or Safe Motherhood.
VIDM facilitators are the foundation of our success. We simply could not do what we do without the support of these outstanding volunteers. Good news! The call for facilitators has been extended, now closes 16 March 2019. Sign up now!
What does a VIDM facilitator do?
Before the conference facilitators work with conference presenters, helping them to use the webconferencing technology to enhance their presentation
During the conference facilitators moderate the speaker’s session, keeping time and providing space for audience questions and discussions
Each facilitator works with the guidance of a session moderator, assisting before and during the conference. Training is provided. Moderator positions are available for experienced VIDM facilitators.
If you have experience using webconferencing technology and would like to add something interesting to your resume, apply to become a VIDM facilitator today.