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6th World Congress on

Midwifery and Neonatal Care

Theme: Risk of Severe Covid -19 in Midwifery & Neonatal

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Program Abstract Registration Awards 2020

18 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

NAOMI YOKOTE

Chubu University
Japan

Conference Speaker

TULAY KAVLAK

University of Istinye
Turkey

Conference Speaker

ERIC JAUNIAUX

University College London
UK

Conference Speaker

MICHAEL STARK

New European Surgical Academy
Germany

Conference Speaker

Nayla Doughane

Lebanese Order of Midwives
Lebanon

Conference Speaker

A.N. (Ageeth) Rosman

Erasmus Medical Center
Netherlands

Conference Speaker

Bente Dahl

University College of Southeast Norway
Norway

Conference Speaker

Stefania Andrascikova

Presov University
Slovakia

Conference Speaker

Sabina Abou Malham

University of Sherbrook
Canada

Conference Speaker

Serena Koh

ALCNS, NUS
Singapore

Conference Speaker

Simon Kayemba-Kay’s

Centre Hospitalier du Valais Romand
Switzerland

Conference Speaker

Katja Adolphson

Uppsala University School of Medicine
Sweden

Tracks & Key Topics

Midwifery and Neonatal 2020

About Conference

ABOUT CONFERENCE:

Following the Overwhelming success of our previous conferences, we are delighted to announce 6th World Congress on Midwifery and Neonatal Care held during August 05-06, 2020 at Zurich, Switzerland.

Midwifery is the health science and health profession that deals with pregnancychildbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. Midwifery is a distinct profession from nursing, although there is a shortened training route for registered adult nurses. Midwives are involved during all stages of a woman’s pregnancy, labour and early postnatal period. Midwives are qualified to assist with a normal vaginal delivery while more complicated deliveries are handled by a health care provider who has had further training.

The Midwifery and Neonatal Care 2020 intends to gather all the people across the globe like students, lecturers, Assistant Professors, Professors, Directors, Chairman, Chancellor, Scientists, Doctors, Managing Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents and Noble Laureates and base a platform for them to share their experience, knowledge and research work, recent advancements in the field of Midwifery and suggest for the development of Midwifery.

Aim:

Midwifery and Neonatal Care 2020 aim is to bring leading Midwives, Nurses, Gynaecologists, Paediatricians, Nurse practitioners, Physicians, Nurses, researchers, professors and scientists to discuss strategies and advancements in Midwifery and Women's Health.

Midwifery and Neonatal Care 2020 also gives first in importance to provide interdisciplinary forum for Directors, Researchers, Scientists, Academicians and Educators to present, share the knowledge and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, clinical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the fields of Midwifery and Women’s Health.

Who can attend?

Midwifery and Neonatal Care 2020  creates a platform for all the individuals like Nurse Midwives, Gynaecologists, Obstetrics, Community Health Workers, Nursing Clinical Director, Midwife Nurse Educator, Nurse Researcher, Nurse Manager, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Staff development educators, Directors, Preceptors, Continuing education specialists, Nurse practitioners, Nursing researchers, Nursing Instructor, Health Care Professionals, Health care Administrators, Physicians, Nursing Lecturers and Nursing Training Institutes to gather at the conference and share their knowledge.

Why to Attend???

  • Midwifery and Neonatal Care 2020  provides a global platform for exchanging ideas and makes us updated about the latest innovations in Midwifery and Women’s Health
  • Opportunity to attend the presentations delivered by Eminent Scientists from all over the world
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in Journal of Nursing and Healthcare and provided with DOI

 

 

Sessions/Tracks

Midwifery 2020 intends to gather all the people across the globe like students, lecturers, Assistant Professors, Professors, Directors, Chairman, Chancellor, Scientists, Doctors, Managing Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents and Noble advancements in the field of Midwifery and suggest for the development of Midwifery. London is the global centre for Laureates and bases a platform for them to share their experience, knowledge and research work, recent higher education and research. According to the QS World University Ranking, it has the highest number of international students.

 

Track 1: Midwifery

Midwifery is women health science that specifics with pregnancy, caring of new-born. Actually, birthing assistance to wellbeing science and wellbeing calling that manages pregnancy, labor, and the baby blues period (counting care of the infant), notwithstanding the sexual wellbeing and regenerative soundness of ladies for the duration of their lives deals into midwifery professional. A specialist in maternity care is known as a birthing specialist. It consolidates measures went for neutralizing therapeutic issues in pregnancy, the area of strange conditions, the obtaining of restorative assistance when fundamental, and the execution of emergency measures without remedial help.

Track 2:  Midwifery in Paediatrics

Paediatrics is a branch of medicine which plays a prominent role in midwifery. It involves with proficient practice nurses/ midwife to administer primary health management to women and their infants, children, and adolescents. Relying on the framework of midwifery and adolescent development, it provides direct care for women and children as well as stimulate healthy habits that reduce the risk of ailment and disease. Midwives are the primary caregiver for pregnant women, they can be called as an obstetrician as well. Pediatric nurses often aid doctors by providing medical care and information about diseases and treatment plans to their young patients. Pediatricians work in hospitals, clinics, and are also involved in private practices. Midwives practice in hospitals and private practice medical clinics and may also deliver babies in birthing centers as well as attend at-home births. Some proficient practitioners also work in academic institutions as professors. They are efficient enough to prescribe medications, treatments, medical devices, therapeutic and diagnostic measures. They are capable to serve medical care to women from puberty through menopause and includes care for their neonate (neonatology), intrapartum, antepartum, nonsurgical gynecological care and postpartum.

 

Track 3: Perinatal and Postpartum Depression

The word "postpartum" suggests that "after birth," therefore "postpartum depression" is talking solely concerning depression when the baby is born. for several women, this term is correct: they begin feeling depression someday inside the primary year when they need the baby.

 

the term "perinatal depression" to explain this case. The word "perinatal" describes the time throughout gestation or simply when birth. Researchers believe that depression is one among the foremost common issues ladies’ expertise throughout and when gestation.

• Extremely unhappy or angry abruptly

• Foggy or have bother finishing tasks

• "Robotic," like they're simply browsing the motions

• Very anxious round the baby and their different youngsters

• Guilty and like they're failing at kinship

• Unusually irritable or angry

They conjointly usually have:

• Little interest in things they accustomed fancy

• Scary, disconcerting thoughts that do not flee

 

Track 4: Kangaroo Mother Care

Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is a special technique of care of babies whose body weighs (<2500gm). Because the name suggests kangaroo Mother Care consists of keeping the baby in close skin-to-skin contact with his/her mother as practiced by kangaroo marsupial animal for their babies.

    Keeping the baby warm

    Promoting and sustaining breastfeeding

    Decreasing risk of infection

    Promoting bonding between baby and mother

 Benefits of KMC:

    Breastfeeding

    Thermal control

    Early discharge

    Less sickness

Track 4: Women Health

Women's health has been a long   concern but nowadays it has reached a supreme point of concern. Generally, men and women share comparative health challenges; only dissimilarity is that the health of women merits specific consideration. Frequently treated as just Women’s' regenerative health, numerous gatherings contend for a more extensive definition relating to the general health of Women’s, better communicated as "The health of Women’s".

Track 5: Neonatology

Neonatology is plagued by a relative lack of robust clinical research data that can be used to inform therapeutic decision-making at the point of care. Therefore, there is seldom one “right” way to approach a clinical problem in neonatology. Knowledge of the underlying pathophysiology and applicable clinical research will help you to decide what way is the “right” way for you to manage a given problem. untimely infant. It is a clinic-based claim to fame and is generally rehearsed in neonatal serious consideration units (NICUs). The head patients of neonatologists are babies who are sick or require exceptional medicinal consideration because of rashness, low birth weight, intrauterine development confinement and so on.

 Track 6: Perinatal Asphyxia

Perinatal asphyxia is that the medical condition ensuing from deprivation of oxygen to a newborn baby that lasts long enough throughout the birth method to cause physical damage, sometimes to the brain.

• CAUSES: antenatal causes

• Inadequate oxygenation of maternal blood because of hypoventilation throughout anesthesia, heart diseases, pneumonia, metastasis failure

• Low maternal pressure because of cardiovascular disease e.g. compression of vein and arteria, excess anaesthesia.

• Premature separation of placenta

• Placental insufficiency

• Intra partum causes

• Inadequate relaxation of uterus because of excess oxytocin

• Prolonged delivery

• Knotting of foetal membrane round the neck of kid.

 

Track 7: Novel Corona Virus in New Born

A novel virus named 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was thought of to be the activating agent of Corona Virus illness that has pneumonia like symptoms. Neonates are thought to be liable to the virus as a result of their system isn't well developed, that is of great concern to infant medical service suppliers. paediatricians and neonatologists belonging to the National Clinical centre for child Health and Disorders and Paediatric Committee of Medical Association of Chinese People's Liberation Army have contributed to the management efforts in China. There are reports of a new born baby testing positive for the novel coronavirus in China.

 Strategies to be enforced throughout screening of neonates for 2019-nCoV infection.

 Standard precautions embody accumulation at the doorway, strict hand and metastasis hygiene, daily improvement and medical aid of the atmosphere, and provision of gloves, mask, and glasses for all medical workers.

 Additional increased contact precautions and metastasis drop precautions embody patients' own dedicated instrumentation, restricted parents' visits, robe and glove modification once procedures, and gap window often to vary air.

 Avoid breastfeeding from mothers with probable or laboratory-confirmed 2019-nCoV infection till the recovery of confirmed mothers or rejection of probable infection.

 Medical waste generated throughout medical service ought to be collected into a double-layer infectious waste bag, that ought to be treated with chlorine-containing preparation for a minimum of ten min, then disposed of within the same manner as infectious medical waste.

 Terminal medical aid of the patient's space is preferentially done exploitation oxide atomization or a chlorine-containing preparation spray.

 

Track 8: Pain Management in New-born

Effective pain management could be a fascinating commonplace of care for preterm and term newborns and will doubtless improve their clinical and neurodevelopmental outcomes. Infant pain ought to be assessed habitually victimization context-specific, valid and objective pain strategies, despite the restrictions of presently available tools. Reducing invasive procedures, and victimization medicine, activity or environmental measures are often used to manage baby pain. Non-pharmacologic approaches embody pouched mammal care, expedited tucking, non-nutritive ingestion, plant product and alternative sweeteners, massage and acupuncture medical care. They’re used for procedures inflicting acute, transient, or gentle pain, or as connected medical care for moderate or severe pain. Native and topical anaesthetics will scale back the acute pain caused by skin-breaking or mucosa-injuring procedures. Opioids kind the mainstay for treatment of severe pain; pain pill and anodyne area unit the foremost usually used medicine, though alternative opioids also are accessible.

Non-opioid medicine embodies numerous sedatives and aesthetic agents, principally used as connected medical care in louvered neonates. Tempra, NSAIDS and alternative medicine area unit used for neonates, though their effectively and safety remain on trial. Approaches for implementing a good pain management program within the baby unit area unit summarized, in conjunction with sensible protocols for procedural, operative, and mechanical ventilation-associated baby pain and stress.

 

Keywords: analgesia, sedation, pain, stress, NICU, infant new-born

Track 9:   Role of Midwives in Breast Feeding

Promoting and supporting breastfeeding is an integral part of the role of the midwife. These aspects of the role, however, will cause dilemmas and conflict for midwives. Conflicts arise from however midwives acquire their information of breastfeeding that if used unsuitably will disempower breastfeeding women. Promotion of breastfeeding will cause dissonance between providing knowing alternative and what midwives see as coercion. The problem of your time of time greatly undermine midwives support for breastfeeding mothers and the dichotomies between evidence-based observe and experiential/personal experiences may end up in inappropriate care being provided for breastfeeding mothers.

Midwives will overcome several the conflicts inside their role by gaining a lot of data of breastfeeding, learning the art of excellent communication and by reflective personal experiences.

 

 Track 10: Preconception Care

Preconception care is that the provision of medicine, activity and social health interventions to women and couples before conception happens. It aims at rising their health standing and reducing behaviours and individual and environmental factors that contribute to poor maternal and kid health outcomes. Its final aim is to boost maternal and kid health, in each the short and long term.

 Its aim is to improve maternal and child health,

            Preconception care has a positive effect on a range of health outcomes

            Reduce maternal and child mortality

            Prevent unintended pregnancies

            Prevent complications during pregnancy and delivery

            Prevent stillbirths, preterm birth and low birth weight

            Prevent birth defects

            Prevent neonatal infections

Track 11: Uterine Diseases

 

The uterus or the womb is the place where a baby grows when a woman is pregnant. The first sign of any problem with the uterus may be bleeding between periods or after sex. Causes can include the hormones, thyroid problems, uterine fibroids, polyps, cancer, infection, or pregnancy. Treatment can depend on the cause.

 

Track 12: Gynaecologic Surgeries

 

Gynaecological surgeries refer to a medical procedure on the female conceptive system. It includes methodologies for agreeable conditions, threat, infertility, and incontinence. The gynaecological medical procedure may sometimes be performed for elective or therapeutic purposes. Also, this field is rapidly changing as a result of new innovations and improvements in endoscopy, imaging and other interventional frameworks. Gynaecological surgeries develop every medical procedure related to women health, including Urogynecology and oncology.

 

Track 13: Reproductive Medicine

Reproductive medicine deals with problems of sexual education, puberty, household planning, delivery control, infertility, reproductive gadget disorder (including sexually transmitted diseases) and sexual dysfunction. It is the branch of medicine which deals with prevention, diagnosis and management of reproductive problems. The goals include improving and maintaining reproductive health and allowing people to have children at a time of their choice. It includes relevant factors of molecular biology, biochemistry and pathology and is based on physiology, and Endocrinology, reproductive anatomy.

 

Track 14: Maternal and Child Health

Maternal and child health (MCH) care is the health service provided to mothers (women in their childbearing age) and children. The targets for MCH are all women in their reproductive age groups, i.e., 15 - 49 years of age, children, school age population and adolescents. Why should the care of mothers and children need major consideration and be part of every programme that is taking care of people’s health? The important considerations and justifications include:  Mothers and children make up over 2/3 of the whole population. Women in reproductive age (15 – 49) constitute. This working estimate is very important for project planning and implementation for MCH) Maternal mortality is an adverse outcome of many pregnancies. Miscarriage, induced abortion, and other factors are causes of the pregnancies which result in complications, illnesses, or permanent disability for the mother or child.

Track 15: Ectopic Pregnancy

From fertilization to delivery, maternity needs several steps in a woman’s body. one amongst these steps is when an embryo travels to the womb to attach itself. In an Ectopic pregnancy, the embryo doesn’t attach to the womb. Instead, it might get attach to the Fallopian tube, abdominal cavity or cervix.

As per American Academy Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), posture pregnancies occur in regarding one out of each fifty pregnancies (20 out of one,000).

 

An untreated pregnancy is a medical emergency. Prompt treatment reduces your risk of complications from the pregnancy, will increase your possibilities for future, healthy pregnancies, and reduces future health complications.

Symptoms include:

All sexually active women are at some risk for an ectopic pregnancy. Risk factors increase with any of the following:

Maternal age of 35 years or older

History of pelvic surgery, abdominal surgery, or multiple abortions

History of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

History of endometriosis

Conception occurred despite tubal ligation or intrauterine device (IUD)

Conception aided by fertility drugs or procedures

Smoking

History of ectopic pregnancy

History of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as gonorrhoea or chlamydia

Having structural abnormalities in the fallopian tubes that make it hard for the egg to travel

 

Market Analysis

Market Analysis

Midwifery 2020 welcomes all the attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Zurich, Switzerland. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “6th world congress on Midwifery and Neonatal Care" which is going to be held June 23-24, 2019 Zurich, Switzerland.

Why Zurich??

 Zürich or Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of  Zürich. It is located in north-central Switzerland at the north-western tip of Lake Zürich. The municipality has approximately 409,000 inhabitants, the urban agglomeration 1.315 million and the Zürich metropolitan area 1.83 million .Zürich is a hub for railways, roads, and air traffic. Both Zurich Airport and railway station are the largest and busiest in the country.

Permanently settled for over 2,000 years, Zürich was founded by the Romans, who, in 15 BC, called it Turicum. However, early settlements have been found dating back more than 6,400 years ago.[7] During the Middle Ages, Zürich gained the independent and privileged status of imperial immediacy and, in 1519, became a primary centre of the Protestant Reformation in Europe under the leadership of Huldrych  Zwingl .The official language of Zürich is German, but the main spoken language is the local variant of the Alemannic Swiss German dialect, Zürich German.

Many museums and art galleries can be found in the city, including the Swiss National Museum, the Kunsthaus and newer Theater 11 in Oerlikon. Schauspielhaus Zürich is one of the most important theatres in the German-speaking world.

The city of Zurich, a global center for banking and finance, lies at the north end of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland. The picturesque lanes of the central Altstadt (Old Town), on either side of the Limmat River, reflect its pre-medieval history. Waterfront promenades like the Limmatquai follow the river toward the 17th-century Rathaus (town hall).

It is a leading global city and among the world's largest financial centres despite having a relatively small population.The city is home to many financial institutions and banking companies. Many of Switzerland's research and development centres are concentrated in the Greater Zürich area and the low tax rates and canton funding subsidies attract overseas companies to set up their headquarters or finance treasury services in the city.

Monocle's 2012 "Quality of Life Survey" ranked Zürich first on a list of the top 25 cities in the world "to make a base within". According to several surveys from 2006 to 2008, Zürich was named the city with the best quality of life in the world as well as the wealthiest city in Europe in terms of GDP per capita.

Universities in Switzerland:

ETH Zurich (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich)

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

University of Geneva (Université de Genève)        

University of Zurich (Universität Zürich)    

University of Basel (Universität Basel)        

University of Lausanne (Université de Lausanne) 

University of Bern (Universität Bern)

University of St. Gallen (Universität St. Gallen)

Universities in Worldwide:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Stanford University   

Harvard University     

California Institute of Technology (Caltech)    

University of Oxford 

University of Cambridge          

ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology       

Imperial College London          

University of Chicago

UCL (University College London)          

National University of Singapore (NUS)            

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)   

Princeton University 

Cornell University       

Yale University             

Columbia University

 

Companies related to Midwifery and Neonates in Germany:

Reproductive Health and family- GIZ

Bayer

Boehringer Ingelheim

Fresenius

Fresenius Medical Care

GPC Biotech

Otto Bock

Schwind eye-tech-solutions

Companies associated with Reproductive Health in World Wide

GAT MICE

Verity - The PCOS Self Help Group

Tanaka Bio Device

Artas

SNUH

Nutri Health Care

Chiral Balance Women Wellness


Major Midwifery Universities in USA

  • Stony Brook University
  • Laurentian University
  • Frontier Nursing University
  • Midwives College of Utah
  • Columbia University
  • NYU Rory Meyers
  • Birthwise Midwifery School
  • Nell Hodgson Woodruff
  • Birthingway College of Midwifery

Societies in Asia

  • Afghan Midwives Association
  • Bangladesh Midwifery Society
  • Cambodian Midwives Association
  • Zhejiang Midwives’ Association (An Affiliate of the Zhejiang Nurses’ Association)
  • AssociaÒ«ão das Parteiras de Timor-Leste
  • Hong Kong Midwives Association
  • Society of Midwives of India
  • Ikatan Bidan Indonesia | Indonesian Midwives Association
  • Japanese Midwives Association
  • Japan Academy of Midwifery
  • Japanese Nursing Association, Midwives' Division
  • Korean Midwives Association
  • Sarawak Midwives Association
  • Mongolian Midwives Association
  • New Zealand College of Midwives
  • Midwifery Association of Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka Nurse Midwives Association
  • Taiwan Midwives Association
  • Vietnamese Association of Midwives

Societies in World Wide

  • National Association of Certified Professional Midwifes (US)
  • Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) (US)
  • American Health Care Association
  • Australian Nursing Federation
  • Academy of Neonatal Nursing (US)
  • European Midwives Association
  • Danish Association of Midwives
  • Estonian Midwives Association
  • Federation of Finnish Midwives
  • Midwives Association of Georgia
  • Icelandic Midwives' Association
  • Norwegian Nurses Association
  • Swedish Association of Midwives
  • Austrian Midwives Association
  • Association of Radical Midwives
  • Nurses and Midwives Association of Slovenia
  • Polish Midwives Association
  • Czech Confederation of Midwives
  • Société Française de Maïeutique
  • German Midwives Association
  • The Society of Midwives of South Africa
  • Ethiopian Midwives Association
  • Uganda Private Midwives Association
  • Association Nationale des Sages Femmes de Madagascar
  • Birmingham University Midwifery Society
  • Bournemouth Midwifery Society
  • University of Bradford Midwifery Society
  • Brighton Midwifery Society
  • Cardiff Midwifery Society
  • UCLan Midwifery Society
  • LJMU Midwifery Society
  • University of Chester Midwifery Society
  • CCSU Midwifery Society
  • CULSU Midwifery Society

Global market for Women’s Health:

The global market for women’s health therapeutics will grow from nearly $33.0 billion in 2015 to nearly $40.6 billion by 2020, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% for the period of 2015-2020.

The infertility treatment devices market is expected to reach USD 3,698.92 Million by 2020 from USD 1,822.32 Million in 2015, at a CAGR of 15.21%. Infertility treatment devices are used in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) like in vitro fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, and surrogacy for the treatment of infertility.

 

 

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Midwifery Universities in Asia:

National University of Singapore | Kyushu University | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Pregnancy Conferences | The University of Hong Kong | Tsinghua University | Gynecology ConferencesFudan University | City University of Hong Kong | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Sexual Health Conferences | Chinese University of Hong Kong | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Peking University | Midwifery conferences 2019 | University of Science and Technology of China | Midwifery Research Conferences | International Midwifery Conferences Pohang University of Science and Technology | Women Health Conferences | Universiti Malaya | Midwifery conferences 2019 USA | Womens Health Conferences | Zhejiang University | Midwifery Meetings  | Sexual Health Conferences | Peking University | Seoul National University | Midwifery Conferences 2019| Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | National Taiwan University | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | National Yang Ming University | Pregnancy Conferences | University of Indonesia | University of the Philippines | Midwifery Research Conferences | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Womens Health Conferences | Gynecology Conferences | University of Tsukuba | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Bandung Institute of Technology |  Indian Institute of Technology | West Bengal University of Health Sciences | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Beijing University of Chinese Medicine | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | National Tsing Hua University | Nanjing University | Kyung Hee University

Midwifery Societies:

Bangladesh Midwifery Society | Cambodian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences2019 | Association of Midwives of Timor-Leste|  International Midwifery Conferences | Hong Kong Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Society of Midwives of India | Indonesian Midwives Association | Women Health Conferences | National Association of Midwives of Senegal | Pregnancy Conferences | Association of Midwives of Nigeria | Midwifery Meetings | European Midwives Association | Gynecology Conferences | Danish Association of Midwives|  Estonian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Federation of Finnish Midwives | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Midwives Association of Georgia | Icelandic Midwives' Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Sexual Health Conferences | Norwegian Nurses Association | Swedish Association of Midwives | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Austrian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Association of Radical Midwives | Afghan Midwives Association | Women Health Conferences | Bangladesh Midwifery Society | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Cambodian Midwives Association  | Zhejiang Midwives’ Association (An Affiliate of the Zhejiang Nurses’ Association) | Midwifery Research Conferences | Gynecology Conferences
International Midwifery Conferences | Hong Kong Midwives Association | Society of Midwives of India | Women Health Conferences | Ikatan Bidan Indonesia | Indonesian Midwives Association | Japanese Midwives Association | Midwifery Meetings | Pregnancy Conferences | Japan Academy of Midwifery | Japanese Nursing Association, Midwives' Division | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Korean Midwives Association | Sexual Health Conferences | Sarawak Midwives Association | Mongolian Midwives Association | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | New Zealand College of Midwives | Midwifery Association of Pakistan | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Sri Lanka Nurse Midwives Association | Taiwan Midwives Association | Vietnamese Association of Midwives

Midwifery Companies:

Bangladesh Midwifery Society | Cambodian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences2019 | Association of Midwives of Timor-Leste|  International Midwifery Conferences | Hong Kong Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Society of Midwives of India | Indonesian Midwives Association | Women Health Conferences | National Association of Midwives of Senegal | Pregnancy Conferences | Association of Midwives of Nigeria | Midwifery Meetings | European Midwives Association | Gynecology Conferences | Danish Association of Midwives|  Estonian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Federation of Finnish Midwives | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Midwives Association of Georgia | Icelandic Midwives' Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Sexual Health Conferences | Norwegian Nurses Association | Swedish Association of Midwives | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Austrian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Association of Radical Midwives | Afghan Midwives Association | Women Health Conferences | Bangladesh Midwifery Society | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Cambodian Midwives Association  | Zhejiang Midwives’ Association (An Affiliate of the Zhejiang Nurses’ Association) | Midwifery Research Conferences | Gynecology Conferences | International Midwifery Conferences | Hong Kong Midwives Association | Society of Midwives of India | Women Health Conferences | Ikatan Bidan Indonesia | Indonesian Midwives Association | Japanese Midwives Association | Midwifery Meetings | Pregnancy Conferences | Japan Academy of Midwifery | Japanese Nursing Association, Midwives' Division | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Korean Midwives Association | Sexual Health Conferences | Sarawak Midwives Association | Mongolian Midwives Association | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | New Zealand College of Midwives | Midwifery Association of Pakistan | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Sri Lanka Nurse Midwives Association | Taiwan Midwives Association | Vietnamese Association of Midwives

 

 

Major Midwifery Associations around the Globe:

National Association of Certified Professional Midwifes (US) | Women Health Conferences | Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) (US) | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Nursing Midwifery Conferences |American Health Care Association | International Midwifery Conferences | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Australian Nursing Federation | Academy of Neonatal Nursing (US) | Midwifery Research Conferences | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | European Midwives AssociationMidwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Danish Association of Midwives | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Sexual Health Conferences | Estonian Midwives Association | Women Health Conferences | Federation of Finnish Midwives | Midwives Association of Georgia | Pregnancy Conferences | Icelandic Midwives' Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Norwegian Nurses Association | International Midwifery Conferences | Swedish Association of Midwives | Austrian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Association of Radical Midwives | Nurses and Midwives Association of Slovenia | Women Health Conferences | Polish Midwives Association | Czech Confederation of Midwives | Société Française de Maïeutique | International Midwifery Conferences | German Midwives Association | Pregnancy Conferences | Midwifery Research Conferences | The Society of Midwives of South Africa | Ethiopian Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Uganda Private Midwives Association | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Association Nationale des Sages Femmes de Madagascar | Birmingham University Midwifery Society | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Bournemouth Midwifery SocietyGynecology Conferences | University of Bradford Midwifery Society | Brighton Midwifery Society | Midwifery Meetings |  Cardiff Midwifery Society | UCLan Midwifery Society | LJMU Midwifery Society | University of Chester Midwifery Society | International Midwifery Conferences | CCSU Midwifery Society | CULSU Midwifery Society

Midwifery Conferences:

Gynecology and Obstetrics Pathology 2020- Germany | Reproduction Fertility 2020 UAE | Obstetrics Gynecology 2020 Switzerland | Reproductive Health 2020, Women’s Health 2020-Australia | Midwifery Asia Pacific 2020- Japan | Neonatal 2020-Canada | Pediatric Pharma 2020- Canada |  51st world congress on Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practices | 39th world Nursing and Health Care conference/Osaka, Japan Mar 27-28,2020 | 22nd Global Nursing Education conference, New York USA, April 08-09-2020Nursing, Midwifery And Gynecology, May 23-24, 2019, Stockholm, Sweden| 8th World Congress on Midwifery and Women’s Health, March 18-19, 2019 Sydney, Australia | Conference on Nursing Science & Education, Jan 28-29, 2019, Dubai, UAE | Conference on Nursing and Midwifery, May 23-24, 2019, Stockholm, Sweden | 8th International Conference on Advance Nursing Practice, May 23-24, 2019, Stockholm, Sweden | 28th Edition of World Congress on Nursing Education & Research, April 25-27, 2019, London, UK;| 29th Edition of International Conference on Nursing & Healthcare, September 09-10, 2019, Sydney, Australia | 34th World Conference on Nursing & Nursing Diagnosis, July 25-26, 2019, Luxembourg City | Luxembourg4th International Conference on Medicine April 23-24, 2019 | Berlin, Germany | 6th International Congress on Emergency and Trauma Nursing, April 25-26, 2019 London, UK | 9th World Congress on Breast Cancer, April 25-26,2019 London UK | 4th International Conference on Reproductive Health and Medicine, April 23-24, 2019  Berlin, Germany | 48th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 04-06, 2019 Barcelona, Spain | 18th World Congress on Practice May 16-17,2019 Rome, Italy|  49th World Congress on Advanced Nursing Research, June 10-11, 2019 | Berlin, Germany|  6th Annual Congress on Emergency Nursing & Critical Care, July 11-12 2019 | Vienna, Austria | 27th Practitioners Conference, July 11-12 2019, Vienna, Austria | 25th Healthcare Conference, July 11-13, 2019 Vienna, Austria | 51stWorld Congress on Men in Nursing, July 29- 30, 2019 Dublin, Ireland | 32nd World Congress on Advanced Nursing Practice, August 19-21 2019 | Zurich, Switzerland | 30th International Conference on Pediatric Nursing & Healthcare, August 19-20, 2019 Zurich | Switzerland

Midwifery Jobs:

Midwives | Registered Nurse | Certified Nurse Midwife | Midwifery Conferences 2019 | Nurse Case Manager | Disease Management Nurse | International Midwifery Conferences | Neonatal Nurse | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA Clinical Nurse Specialist | Women Health Conferences Family Nurse Practitioner | Sexual Health Conferences | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Midwifery Meetings | Midwifery Research Conferences | Midwifery in Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing Businesses | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Nursing Informatics Analyst | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Womens Health  Conferences |  Nurses working in Oil and Gas extraction field | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Reproductive Medicine Conferences | Special needs Assistant | Pregnancy Conferences |  Nurse Practitioners |  Paediatric Endocrinology Nurse | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK Nursing at wall street firms | Personal Care Services | Nursing Midwifery ConferencesMidwifery  Conferences 2019 | Gynecology Conferences | Geriatrics staff Nurse |  Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Pain Management Nurse | International Midwifery Conferences | Cardiovascular Perfusionist | Certified Haemodialysis Nurse | Sexual Health Conferences | Women Health Conferences | Midwifery Researcher | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Advanced Nurse Practitioners | Midwifery Meetings | Clinical Midwifery Manager | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner | Head Nurse Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist | Psychiatric Nurse | Medical Standards Management Element Technician | Midwifery Conferences 2019 UK | Womens Health Conferences Midwifery Conferences 2019 |  Healthcare Assistant Reproductive Medicine Conferences | International Midwifery Conferences Staff Nurse | Gynecology Conferences | Lead Theatre Practitioner | Women Health Conferences | Midwifery Meetings | Specialised Sisters | Midwifery Conferences 2019 USA | Charge Nurse | Midwifery Conferences 2019 Australia | Health Information Nurse | Nursing Midwifery Conferences | Assistant Director of Midwifery

 

 

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