VIDM 2020 Programme Calendar

All VIDM 2020 Conference sessions and links to the recordings are listed below.

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May
5
Tue
2020
04. Global Quality Maternal Newborn Care: Engaging the world in the midwifery model of care. @ Room 2, BBB
May 5 @ 01:00 – 01:50
04. Global Quality Maternal Newborn Care: Engaging the world in the midwifery model of care. @ Room 2, BBB

Speaker(s): Michelle Telfer and Joan Commellick

Facilitator(s): Jane Houston

Description: In order to maximize engagement in “The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife”, Yale School of Nursing designed a new collaborative online course: Global Quality Maternal and Newborn Care. The aim is to disseminate the midwifery model of care and the evidence supporting its implementation in order to reduce maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality. The curriculum is built around the Quality Maternal and Newborn Care Framework developed initially in the 2014 Lancet Series on Midwifery. Designed for policy makers, administrators, clinicians, consumers, and activists around the world, the course includes practical advocacy and action plans to achieve health care quality and outcomes globally in the care of mothers and babies. It includes advice and perspectives from experts in the field, along with current research and high-quality care maternal and newborn care. It is accessible through the Coursera learning platform and offers learners both certificate and non-certificate options.

Check the time in your location: http://bit.ly/VIDoM20-session-04

Recording: https://youtu.be/HTvIX2pmp-U

06. Midwifery and Entrepreneurship. @ Room 4, BBB
May 5 @ 03:00 – 03:50
06. Midwifery and Entrepreneurship. @ Room 4, BBB

Speaker: Priyanka Idicula

Facilitator: Sangheetha Parthasarathy

Birthvillages the natural birthing centre is a free standing birth centre based in Cochin, India. It is one of the oldest birth centres today in India with over a decade of experience , we plan to show case how we started out in a country where independent midwifery does not exist. We aim to showcase our statistics – natural birth rate of 96.4 percent and our transfer rate for epidural which currently stands at zero .We will also explain our challenges and what we envision our future for midwifery and for the women in our country.

Check the time in your location: http://bit.ly/VIDoM20-session-06

Recording: HERE