All VIDM 2019 Conference sessions are listed using UTC, starting at 22:00 on 04 May. Each listing contains a local time check link.
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Keynote Speaker: Barbara Harper Facilitator: Jane Houston Check the time in your location: bit.ly/VIDoM19-start-time Description: Recording: TBALike this:Like Loading...
Speaker: Felicity Finn Facilitators: Catherine Salam & Ndinda Mutua Check the time in your location: bit.ly/VIDoM19-session-03 Description: Midwives are amazing at empowering women to birth naturally but forget to empower themselves to take care of … Continue reading "3. Wellbeing at Work for Midwives"
Speaker: Celine Lemay Facilitator: Cindy Nelly Check the time in your location: bit.ly/VIDoM19-session-05 Description: There is a contrast between the context often seen in midwifery practice with the will to favor physiological birth. In many … Continue reading "5. Physiology needs wisdom!"
Keynote Speaker: Manavi Handa Facilitator: Cecilia Jevitt Check the time in your location: bit.ly/VIDoM19-session-07 Description: In this presentation Manavi Handa will talk about care for marginalized pregnant people. In particular – new immigrants, refugees and … Continue reading "7. Keynote :: Manavi Handa"
Speaker: Irene Gonzales Facilitator: Linda Wylie Check the time in your location: bit.ly/VIDoM19-session-12 Description: Using a birth plan enhance women’s empowerment regarding their labours and, consequently, improves birth experience in terms of satisfaction. It also … Continue reading "12. Birth plans: The good and the less good"
Speakers: 8 midwife students – Jennifer Glorioso, Tristen Holloway, Heather Hass, Katie Etherington, Liliana Correa, Amy White, Blythe Eberle, Kristal Velazquez – and Professor Jeanne Jacobwitz, CNM, MPH, MSN and Dr. Cindy Farley, CNM, PhD, … Continue reading "19. Student Cafe: Eating for two: The intersection of food, culture, and childbearing"