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May
5
Wed
2021
06. The birth equity in the midwifery services of pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, has been realized? @ Room 4, BBB
May 5 @ 03:00 – 03:50
06. The birth equity in the midwifery services of pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, has been realized? @ Room 4, BBB

Speaker: Rizka Ayu Setyani

Facilitator: Herliana Riska and Istri Bartini

Prevention Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) is an effort to prevent HIV/AIDS from pregnancy, childbirth, until breastfeeding. However, stigma and discrimination are still the biggest obstacles. This study aimed to find out the stigmatization of midwives in pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia. This qualitative research used a case study approach. Data collection was done by focus group discussion technique in midwives group in hospitals, Public Health Centers, and private practice then analyzed with content analysis. This study showed that the most stigmatization of pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS was found in midwives’ private practice. They considered pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS as someone who had deviant behavior, and assuming HIV/AIDS was a dangerous virus. In conclusion, birth equity had not realized in the midwifery services of pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia. We recommend that midwives are given a correct understanding of HIV/AIDS, through seminars, or training.

Time: http://bit.ly/VIDoM21-session-06

Recording: TBA

17. KEYNOTE :: To access “Birth equity for all”… It has come the time to foster a movement for midwifery with women’s voices at the center (Spanish and English) @ Room 1, BBB
May 5 @ 14:00 – 14:50
17. KEYNOTE :: To access “Birth equity for all”… It has come the time to foster a movement for midwifery with women’s voices at the center (Spanish and English) @ Room 1, BBB

Para acceder a “Equidad de nacimiento para todos” … Ha llegado el momento de fomentar un movimiento de partería con voces de mujeres en el centro.  Presentation will be in Spanish with English slides. English translation will be available for key points.

Speaker: Sandra Oyarzo Torres, ICM Vice President

Facilitators: Susana Ku and Julia Pecovich

Description: TBA

Time: http://bit.ly/VIDoM21-session-17

Recording: TBA