As an alternative to presenting at the Virtual International Day of the Midwife we have received a number of posters. These will available throughout the conference and into the foreseeable future.
Would you like to display a poster here? Email it to us for review at email@example.com
Click on the image for a larger view. Click on the link to view the poster and download.
VIDM 2018 Poster Presentations
|Poster||Poster Title||Presenter Information|
Keller. Implications of infant massage
|Implications of Infant Massage for Fathers, Family Life Educators & other Family Professionals||Mary Kay Keller. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Applied Family Science, Willmington University.
Francis et al. Ginger and nausea
|Is ginger effective and safe for reduction of nausea and vomiting during early pregnancy?||Frincy Francis – submitted on behalf of students: Ibtisam Alkalbani; Iman Al-Aghbari; Bushra Aljabri; Ahlam Al Shidi; Amina Alrawahi; Athari Alrasheedi & Mizna Almanai. College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Rivera et al. La certificación en la competencia del cuidado obstétrico
|La certificación en la competencia del cuidado obstétrico;un avance extraordinario de la profesión. El caso de México. This is a poster in Spanish that presents the process of certification as a midwife in Mexico.||Rivera-Montiel A, Hernández-Rodríguez L, López- Maldonado M, Cruz-García F, Ramírez-Elías A.|
Estiningtyas. Midwifery education / mortality
|Midwifery Education and Maternal-Child Mortality Rates: Challenges in Indonesia||Qorinah Estiningtyas Sakilah Adnani, PhD candidate (Midwifery) Midwifery Department, School of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, Auckland University of Technology Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org|
Westbury. Pregnancy yoga
|Pregnancy yoga; introducing a free service for women in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board||Becky Westbury, Integrated Midwife, Families and Therapies, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Contact: email@example.com|
Mills et al. Raising the research profile
|Raising the research profile; an innovative to midwifery research in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board||Emma Mills, Becky Westbury, or Kelly Griffiths, Research Midwives, Maternity, Families and Therapies, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Volqvarts et al. Vitamin D and pregnant women in Denmark
|Vitamin D status among Danish, pregnant women – the influence of nutritional and seasonal variations||T. Volqvartz; A.L. Vestergaard; S.K. Aagaard1; M.F. Andreasen; I. Lesnikova; N. Uldbjerg; A. Larsen* & P. Bor* *Shared senior authorship|
Riinders et al. Women centered care
|Women centered care: Overview of the introduction of CenteringPregnancy in The Netherlands||Marlies Rijnders, Suze Jans, Inger Aalhuizen, Symone Detmar , Matty Crone.
Cole. Social Media & Midwifery
|Social media & midwifery - Twitter as a collaborative learning tool: A research proposal||Cole, Charlene.
Francis. Postpartum Sleep Deprivation
|Postpartum sleep deprivation: Health impacts and strategies to have a good sleep||Francis, Frincy. Lecturer, College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. firstname.lastname@example.org|
Harrington et al_EvaluatingtheEffectsofMidwifery
|Evaluating the impact of midwifery services on access to preventative health care in a rural community||Harrington, Jamie; Smith-Campbell, Betty; Moody, Linda & Dowling, Jolynn.|
Elisabeth et al_Hip Healthy Swaddling to prevent Dysplasia
|“Wrap me right”: Hip healthy swaddling to prevent dysplasia||Elizabeth, Sheeba & Francis, Frincy. College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. email@example.com|
Cummins et al_Sensitive Issues in Midwifery Practice
|Sensitive issues in midwifery practice||Cummins, Allison; Catling, Christine; Watts, Nicole & Wright, Raechel. University of Technology Sydney.|
Al_Ghafri et al_Haptotherapy for tokophobia
|Haptotherapy for tokophobia||Frincy Francis – submitted on behalf of students: Ayman Al-Ghafri; Ali Al-mammary,Omeir Al-Ghaithi; Talal al-sharji & Mubarak al-khaziri. College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. firstname.lastname@example.org|