VIDM 2018 Posters

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.

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VIDM 2018 Poster Presentations

PosterPoster Title Presenter Information
poster: Implications of infant massage for fathers, family life educators & other family professionals
Keller. Implications of infant massage
Implications of Infant Massage for Fathers, Family Life Educators & other Family ProfessionalsMary Kay Keller. College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Applied Family Science, Willmington University.
Contact: MaryKay.Keller@WillmU.edu
poster: Is ginger effective and safe for the reducation of nausea and vomitting during early pregnancy?
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: frincy.s@squ.edu.om
poster: La certificación en la competencia del cuidado obstétrico
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.
poster: Midwifery education and maternal-child mortality rates
Estiningtyas. Midwifery education / mortality
Midwifery Education and Maternal-Child Mortality Rates: Challenges in IndonesiaQorinah Estiningtyas Sakilah Adnani, PhD candidate (Midwifery) Midwifery Department, School of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, Auckland University of Technology Contact: qorinah.estiningtyas@aut.ac.nz or qorinahestiningtyas@yahoo.co.id
poster: Pregancy yoga
Westbury. Pregnancy yoga
Pregnancy yoga; introducing a free service for women in Aneurin Bevan University Health BoardBecky Westbury, Integrated Midwife, Families and Therapies, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Contact: rebecca.westbury@wales.nhs.uk
poster: Raising the research profile
Mills et al. Raising the research profile
Raising the research profile; an innovative to midwifery research in Aneurin Bevan University Health BoardEmma Mills, Becky Westbury, or Kelly Griffiths, Research Midwives, Maternity, Families and Therapies, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Contact: emma.mills@wales.nhs.uk rebecca.westbury@wales.nhs.uk
kelly.griffiths18@wales.nhs.uk
poster: Vitamin D status among Danish pregant women
Volqvarts et al. Vitamin D and pregnant women in Denmark
Vitamin D status among Danish, pregnant women – the influence of nutritional and seasonal variationsT. Volqvartz; A.L. Vestergaard; S.K. Aagaard1; M.F. Andreasen; I. Lesnikova; N. Uldbjerg; A. Larsen* & P. Bor* *Shared senior authorship
poster: Women centered care: Overview of the introduction of CenteringPregnancy in The Netherlands
Riinders et al. Women centered care
Women centered care: Overview of the introduction of CenteringPregnancy in The NetherlandsMarlies Rijnders, Suze Jans, Inger Aalhuizen, Symone Detmar , Matty Crone.
Contact: marlies.rijnders@tno.nl
poster: Social media & midwifery
Cole. Social Media & Midwifery
Social media & midwifery - Twitter as a collaborative learning tool: A research proposalCole, Charlene.
Contact: charlenecole@gmail.com
poster: Postpartum sleep deprivation
Francis. Postpartum Sleep Deprivation
Postpartum sleep deprivation: Health impacts and strategies to have a good sleepFrancis, Frincy. Lecturer, College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. frincy.s@squ.edu.om
poster: Impact of Midwifery Services

Harrington et al_EvaluatingtheEffectsofMidwifery
Evaluating the impact of midwifery services on access to preventative health care in a rural communityHarrington, Jamie; Smith-Campbell, Betty; Moody, Linda & Dowling, Jolynn.
poster: Wrap me right
Elisabeth et al_Hip Healthy Swaddling to prevent Dysplasia
“Wrap me right”: Hip healthy swaddling to prevent dysplasiaElizabeth, Sheeba & Francis, Frincy. College of Nursing, Department of maternal and Child Health, Sultan Qaboos University. sheebaej@squ.edu.om
poster: Sensitive issues in midwifery practice
Cummins et al_Sensitive Issues in Midwifery Practice
Sensitive issues in midwifery practiceCummins, Allison; Catling, Christine; Watts, Nicole & Wright, Raechel. University of Technology Sydney.
poster: Haptotherapy for tokophobia

Al_Ghafri et al_Haptotherapy for tokophobia
Haptotherapy for tokophobiaFrincy 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. frincy.s@squ.edu.om

 

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