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Midwifery Congress 2020

About Conference

The 9th World Congress on Midwifery and Women's Health will be hosting presentations based upon the few highlights as Smart IT counseling in Midwifery practices, Women’s Health Digitalization with a revolutionalized Hospital Information system, Global Midwifery Advocacy: policies, current issues and its management, Healthcare IT Management for smart workplace practices and much more.

The distinguished tracks are having a disperse information regarding the Midwifery congress 2020  new innovations and Information Technologies. This year our event will be focusing on the global phenomenon of the possible quality inputs in Midwifery practices, if nurtured with a vintage epitome of organized administrative management of well-balanced digital nutrition , can have the power to remould the old midwifery concept into  a revolution of Digital Ambassadors which can eventually  restyle the whole outlook of Nursing & Healthcare Management .It is to address Midwifery and Women’s Health-related scientific communities to leap into this beautiful revolution of digital Ambassador  into every aspect of Midwifery and Women’s Health sector and reveal the quality digital technologies to firm up and elevate women’s health before, during and after pregnancy. The aim is to explore smart management strategies planning ,implementation and its technical execution in an dynamically analytical  manner , so that the midwives can facilitate themselves into a digital platform and can become role model globally with modernized concept of paediatrics IT and digital psychological counselling in hypnobirthing ,thereby giving pregnant women to experience a adventurous journey of birthing. Digital Midwives can play a crucial role in providing IT paediatric counselling  & educating the women, how to put up her health and baby’s health. Also, the vigorous market statistics  will provide a broad approach for the attendees to explore the ideas and issues related to Health care and vide the future of midwives as delegated Digital Ambassadors. Broadly eminence speakers, the most recent frameworks, methodologies, and the most current updates are indicators of Midwifery congress 2020.

We invite all the Researchers, Scientists, Health care experts,Hospital Administrators, Midwives, Nutritionists, Physicians, Nurse practitioners, Health care analysts, Doctors, Business delegates, Young Researchers, other researchers in the field of  Nursing and Healthcare management to explore their research and share their knowledge, help with case studies and other practices of Digital world via Midwives on February 12-13, 2020, Sydney, Australia.The conference proceedings include Keynote speeches, Exhibition, Plenary talks, Workshops, Symposiums, Poster sessions, B2B networking and Panel discussions on the latest research developments in the field of Healthcare Management and Nursing .Midwifery 2020 is the International conferences event organizer and Open Access Journal publisher. Conference Series Ltd currently has more than 700+ Open Access journals with 50,000 Editorial team and 3 million+ readers. Conference Series Ltd organizes 1000+ International scientific events for year across the world, where transfer of knowledge takes place through Oral Presentations, poster presentations, round table meetings, International symposiums, International workshops & world class exhibitions. Conference Series Ltd conferences host several presentations by eminent experts in the relevant fields.

Participation Benifit

Midwifery Congress 2020 on  February 12-13, 2020, Sydney, Australia will be a big conference dedicated to Digital Midwifery concept. This provides premier technical forum for learning and reporting about latest research and development, along with discussions on new applications and technologies. This event includes presentations all over the world and professional networking with different industries and well leading working groups and panels.

This global event will provide an excellent opportunity for Doctors, Health care experts, Hospital Administrators,Epidemiologists, Nutritionists, Physicians, Nurse practitioners, Health care analysts, Doctors, Business delegates, Young Researchers encouraging the pro-found administration of medicaments and explore case reports with the results to justify cure and healing for various ailments.

Partcipation Benefits

  • Will be felicitated with International Organizing Committee Member (IOCM) Certificate

  • Access to all Scientific Sessions (Keynotes, Plenary, Workshops, Symposiums, Poster Presentations)

  • Full Conference Kit with Conference Souvenir and Final Program (e-copies)

  • Abstracts will be published in the conference souvenir and respective International journals

  • Each Abstract will receive unique (DOI) Number provided by Cross Ref

  • Laudable talks by the top-notch of the global scientific community

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  • Keynote sessions by world’s most eminent researchers

  • One on One Meeting with Eminent Speakers

  • Top Industries Representation

  • Thought provoking Symposiums and Workshops

  • Preconference Workshops in all major countries

  • Remarkable Awards and Global Recognition to meritorious Researchers

  • Nominations for Best Poster Award

  • Outstanding Young Researcher Award geared towards best budding young research.

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  • Advance Research oriented presentations

  • Collaborations across Academia & Industry

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  • A wide track of Exhibitors to showcase the new and emerging technologies.

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2020 International Yer of Nursing and Midwifery noting that 2020 was the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the founders of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, the WHO Board recommended to the Health Assembly to designate 2020 as the Year of Nursing and Midwifery.Thus it makes this conference so important if you want to contribute a sustainable add on to boost up the detailed approaches of Midwifery concept.Midwifery Congress 2020 is looking forward to seeing all in Sydney, Australia

Midwifery Ambassador

The role of the ambassador is to lead or contribute to the local delivery of the Transforming Perceptions of Midwifery program and to be a role model for midwifery as a confident, credible professional.Midwifery ambassadors will help to raise awareness of the profession across the following key areas:

-Promote Midwifery as a career of choice for young people (Recruitment and entry)

-Enhance current midwives’ pride in the profession (Attrition)

-Influence the (media) representation of the profession and promote the view of midwifery amongst the (public) as a highly trusted and clinically expert profession

DIGITAL NUTRITION

Digital Nutrition is about using technology in a way that is mindful , proactive and emotionally aware with practical and realistic content. Digital Nutrition emphasises the importance of balance in the way we use technology but also in considering evidence of its impacts. It is a concept  created in 2013 to help humans better understand the cognitive, social and emotional impacts (both positive and negative) of the technology-enabled media content we consume, and the way that digital devices and the impacts our psychology and overall physical and mental health. It is a positive, fear-free and evidence-backed approach to retrain control of one’s relationship with technology by increasing consumer awareness. All the apps and games come with nutritional labels to help us understand their impacts. The way people consume digital content  &  learned to consider food and it impacts on their wellbeing is now a days remarkable. People understand  the 'virtual vitamins' contained in the activities they are engage with online and make choices from a more informed perspective. Digital Nutrition borrows from decades of research and public education on healthy food and eating choices to provide a framework for the kinds of online activities (games, apps etc) that provide the most benefits to consumers, the duration, frequency and intensity of optimal use and the developmental age at which games and apps are appropriate.Digital Nutrition is an aspect of Digital Wellbeing and Digital Citizenship, it considers a range of issues from educational technology and games based learning, to screen-time limits, healthy tech habits and principles for digital wellbeing. It looks at the soft skills involved in developing the skills to use technology in a mindful and considered way, and to understand the underlying reasons we may choose to use technology in certain ways.

 What ideas and concepts does Digital Nutrition cover?

  • Digital Citizenship: developing responsible and well-informed cyber-citizens

  • Digital Health and Wellbeing: Best practice principles for healthy engagement in digital devices and screen technology

  • Social and Emotional Learning (SEL): important skills for 21st-century learners, this includes skills like self-control. emotion-regulation and motivation.

  • Plugged in parenting:  understanding digital cultures and practices that young people engage in, 'screen-time' limits/boundaries and guidelines, and how to set these for toddlers to teens.

  • Cyber psychology: exploring the way that consumer technology is shaping human behaviour (and therefore relationships, communication, cognitions, and mental health)

  • Identification and evaluation of ‘healthy’ online tools, apps, games and design elements which promote learning, socialisation, language development and literacy.

  • Promotion of serious apps, pro-social apps, educational games outside of the mainstream/commercial games industry as a healthier alternative and supplement to our 'digital diet'.

Sessions & Tracks

 SDG goals and Triple Billion Goals Shaping  Midwifery to a pro level

The current health workforce demand to meet the SDGs is 4.45 midwives, nurses and doctors per 1000 population. This can be achieved by:

- Optimizing the existing workforce in pursuit of the SDGs and UHC (e.g. by education, employment, retention)

- Anticipating future workforce requirements by 2030 and planning the necessary changes (e.g. a fit for-purpose, needs-based workforce)

- Strengthening individual and institutional capacity to manage HRH policy, planning and implementation (e.g. migration and regulation)

- Strengthening the data, evidence and knowledge on cost-effective policy decisions (e.g. national health workforce accounts).

It is important to take gender into account with regard to the nursing and midwifery workforce. Data from the Global Health Observatory show that women constitute 70% of the current global health workforce, making a vital economic contribution to achieving the SDGs. Their efforts to address issues of gender balance should be encouraged. Nevertheless, developing countries face glaring challenges as they have the lowest number of nurses and midwives per population. The situation is made worse by increasing rural-urban and international migration. The SDNM 2016−2020 offers a policy solution to these challenges as it aims to provide available, accessible, acceptable, quality and cost-effective nursing and midwifery care for all, based on population needs and in support of the SDGs and UHC. Thus GCNMOs can be change agents by empowering nurses and midwives to fill service delivery gaps in countries. GCNMOs as decision-makers in Member States, nursing and midwifery associations and other partners can support the implementation of the GSHRH 2030 and the SDNM 2016−2020 to help achieve UHC and meet the SDGs. Nursing and midwifery leadership is critical to building primary health care.

Opportunities exist to integrate nursing and midwifery and health services delivery through a number of key areas.

These include:

- Evolving competency models

- Increase in case management and care coordination

- The role of multidisciplinary teams; nursing leadership for patient safety and quality services • nursing in emergencies and migrant services

- Health, information and communication technology and nursing in the digital age

- Refocusing on primary and palliative care.

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Global impact of UHC ON  ICM ( International Confederation of Midwives )

This year the focus of World Health Day is universal healthcare for all: everyone, everywhere.  This theme really resonates with ICM as it’s particularly relevant to our work. Globally, women awareness and accessing technology at maternity services experiences are too much too soon or too little too late. Autonomous midwives working to their full scope of practise in enabling environments within functioning health care systems are the key to achieving the best outcomes for every woman, everywhere, every day.The aim is evidence based woman-centred, safe and effective maternal and newborn health systems.  For all women this means their health is our first priority. Midwives work with women, individuals, groups, health professionals, researchers and innovators to care for and educate our community on how to take care of their maternal and newborn health and access the services they need. ICM calls upon local and national governments, as well as international leaders to set, prioritize and integrate efforts across education, research and health technology service systems to the needs of women and their newborns.This primary health care strategy has the capacity to improve the health of nations and achieve quality, accessible, and equitable maternal and newborn health care to our communities.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

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Healthcare IT Management for smart workplace practices

Information on Prenatal Technologies : The process of getting information on a technology can be tricky, so a couple of examples will be given to illustrate how to go about it. During pregnancy ,  mother might find it a good idea to test  skills at getting information on a technology and to see how willing the midwife, nurse or doctor is to provide full, unbiased information.It is likely that a routine ultrasound scan will be suggested fairly early in your pregnancy. This presents a perfect opportunity to ask a few questions: “What is the chance the scan will make things worse? Is such a scan safe?” If the answer is a flat “Yes, ultrasound scanning during pregnancy is safe,” alarm bells should start going off in your head, because you are not getting the full information.The data on the safety of prenatal ultrasound,” in order to check on what you may be told about the data on the safety of prenatal ultrasound. The main issue here is  because there is not sufficient scientific data to prove the safety of prenatal ultrasound.” Some research has shown the possibility that ultrasound can cause slowed growth of the fetus while still in the uterus. Other research has shown the possibility that some children who have been scanned while still in the uterus may later have mild neurological deficits.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

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In this field the types of technologies midwives can use are the breast feeding pumps. Many mothers have asked if they can safely sell, purchase or use a previously owned breastpump. Research evidence suggests that certain viruses and bacteria are transmittable through breastmilk. Today’s technology cares about the health and welfare of breastfeeding mothers and babies. For this reason, experts advise against sharing breastpumps that have been previously owned. Different mothers have different breast pumping needs and economic means.

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Pediatrics IT Management: Smart Midwifery outlook

Pediatrics is a branch of medicine which plays a major role in midwifery. It prepares the proficient practice nurses/ midwife to administer primary health management to women and their infants, children, and adolescents.Major strategy is to Initiate,build and maintain. There are three stages in the breast milk production journey. As the stages are clearly interrelated, getting things right from the start will have a substantial impact on long-term milk production success. These unique infant sucking patterns in the first few days of life appear to program mother’s breasts for optimal milk production. New breast pump initiation technology that mimics early newborn sucking is a potentially viable and safe intervention to provide at-risk mothers with additional breast stimulation for optimal milk production outcomes. In many lactation situations, interventions aren’t started until a mother reports problems. Hybrid Expansion of Retail and Online Channels to Lead Future Growth’ presents a comprehensive analysis of the industry covering aspects including market size of maternity and baby care products market by revenue and market segmentation by product categories in each industry. The market for baby care products in India has increased from INR 34,564.8 million in 2008 to INR ~ million in 2013, registering a CAGR of 11.8% during the period. Baby Food and Skin Care are the largest segment contributors to the baby care products industry having a market share of ~% and ~% respectively in 2013. Every day nearly 8,000 newborns and 800 mothers die from causes related to pregnancy, childbirth, and complications during the first month of life. There is a global critical shortage of 3.5 million health workers, including 350,000 midwives, without whom millions of women and newborns are at risk. Moreover, their services are unequally distributed – among and within countries. In a study of the availability of maternity coverage in the individual market, the National Women’s Law Centre found that the vast majority (87%) of individual health plans available to a 30-year-old woman across the country did not provide maternity coverage. This report analyses the worldwide markets for Maternity Apparel in US$ Million. The report provides separate analytics for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Middle-East, Asia-Pacific for the period 2013 through 2020.Detection of  moms  at risk for suppressed lactation-Although breastfeeding initiation is at an all-time high of 81%, rates of breastfeeding exclusivity and duration lag behind national goals. Women who stop breastfeeding before meeting their goals often report they did not have enough milk.There are multiple maternal risk factors for delayed milk production and suppressed lactation.Demographic trends in developed countries indicate all these risk factors have increased, some quite dramatically, in the last 20 years. Additionally, many women have multiple risk factors and are at significant risk for lactation problems. The early postpartum period is a critical time for establishing and supporting breast feeding.New evidence suggests babies’ feeding behaviors have an important role in determining lactation success. By identifying mothers who are at risk for delayed or suppressed milk production, especially those mothers with multiple risk factors, clinicians can increase surveillance of infant feeding progress and intervene proactively with breast pump initiation technology.If, as expected, 47 million people enter the system in 2013, most experts believe there will be nowhere near enough primary care physicians to serve them; there is already a shortage. WHO’s two SDNMs (2002–2008 and 2011–2015) provide policy-makers, practitioners, and other stakeholders at every level of the health-care system with a flexible framework for broad-based, collaborative action to enhance the capacity of nurses and midwives to contribute to universal health coverage. Children are often prone to ailment and diseases and catch infections easily. Hence the pediatric market in terms of healthcare is a flourishing one, no matter what. Changes in lifestyle and unhealthy habits prevailing in the family largely contribute to the growth of this market. From 2015-2020, APAC region is poised to exhibit highest growth rate during the forecast period due to the flooding investments in pediatrics by major healthcare players in this region, especially from China and India. The global pediatric market is valued to be $XX billion in 2014 and is poised to grow at a steady CAGR of X% to reach $XX billion by the end of forecast period.

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Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Global Midwifery Advocacy: policies,current issues and  its management

Challenges and barriers to CNM/CM clinical practice generally fall into one of two categories: those created by restrictive state laws and regulations and those that, although they may have a regulatory component, can be considered related to the business of midwifery. This section of the paper describes major regulatory and business midwifery challenges.

Regulatory barriers-Both the legislative authority granted to CNM/CMs to practice independently and where they practice varies considerably state to state.According to data compiled by ACNM on State Legislation and Regulatory Guidance ACNM, midwives that are not nurse-midwives are illegal in 10 states, 12 states have no laws or regulations about non-nurse-midwives, and 2 states prohibit CNMs from doing home births.Three major regulatory challenges exist within many states: (1) the requirement for either physician supervision or a written collaborative agreement with a physician; (2) the requirement for physician supervision of prescriptive authority even in the presence of otherwise independent practice, as well as the extent to which prescriptive authority is granted (e.g., the ability to prescribe controlled substances); and (3) legislation governing midwives and out-of-hospital birth.

Collaborative agreements- These regulatory barriers hamper access to midwifery care in several ways. Hospital credentialing and/or admitting privileges may be denied if the CNM/CM cannot find a physician willing to sign a contractual agreement. Third-party reimbursement may also be denied without a contractual agreement, even if services clearly fall within the midwife’s scope of practice. The requirement for a formal contract with a physician also creates an economic disadvantage for CNM/CMs, either because it can restrict the number of midwives “allowed” to practice with a particular physician or because it creates a potential barrier to the development of practice in a particular area ACNM. In many instances, because of this supervisory requirement, midwives are not considered members of a “profession” and therefore CNM/CMs are unable to open their own practices as Professional Limited Liability Corporations (PLLC). Such laws may cause midwives to leave a restrictive state and move elsewhere to work, potentially decreasing access to midwifery care in that state.

Prescriptive authority-Prescriptive authority restrictions have long been problematic for midwives. Independent practice without the ability to independently prescribe is not independent practice.This barrier prevents the creation of practices especially where there is no physician willing to partner with a midwife. Unclear prescribing practices also results in patient – and pharmacy – confusion as to the prescriber and care provider, potentially resulting in a lack of provider accountability.

Legislated barriers require legislative change.While actively working for change is not an easy process, It can be particularly difficult for CNM/CMs due to their small numbers and demanding work schedules. Partnering with APRN groups has helped to move legislative change forward. Recently, in a number of states, APRNs and midwives have worked effectively together to remove, or at least lighten, restrictions. Currently, eighteen states have no restrictive regulatory requirement for written or formal physician involvement in midwifery practice, and more are working on this type of legislation ACNM. There may be other opportunities to partner with APRNs or other midwives to create legislation that removes barriers for all. Collaboration with grass roots organizations, for example, can be an incredibly powerful partnership.The passage of the Affordable Care Act has also been key in bringing attention to the need for increased access to care as well as the importance of removing APRN practice restrictions. Under the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid is required to reimburse for OHB services...Several events in recent years have spurred an unprecedented opportunity to address regulatory challenges. Support from the nursing profession has been described in the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (2008) Consensus Model for APRN Regulation: Licensure, Accreditation, Certification & Education that defines the categories of APRNs (including CNMs). This ground breaking document provides model regulatory language that clearly calls for autonomous and independent practice by APRNs without supervision. Another key document, the Institute of Medicine’s (2010) Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health called for removal of barriers to APRN practice and for “the full extent of their education and training”. The passage of the Affordable Care Act has also been key in bringing attention to the need for increased access to care as well as the importance of removing APRN practice restrictions.

Regulations are wide-ranging concerning out-of-hospital birth (OHB), defined as birth in free-standing birth centers or home birth. Birth center regulation exists in most states today; some are working on this legislation. States that do not regulate OHB face a considerable challenge. Under the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid is required to reimburse for OHB services; however, there is room for interpretation. Data compiled from 50 ACNM State Legislative and Regulatory Guidance sheets, reveals that a number of states actively discriminate against home birth and home birth care providers. A few states actively prohibit home birth care providers from practicing, whereas regulation in other states is either vague or absent entirely.  Where there is no regulation, third-party reimbursement may be problematic. In addition, the frequent medical disparagement of those who choose to provide OHB services can result in erratic (at best) inter-provider communication and loss of continuity of care in the event of urgent transport to a medical facility.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Midwifery programmes, awards & recognition and its regulation: Impact on current market scenario

Midwife Touch Ambassador Recognition award-ICM and JJCI partnership perplexed and merged as a Midwife Touch Ambassador into action, Leadinf to successful Ambassador recognition-

• Educating other midwives or parents on the power of Touch and massage to foster health newborn development; 

• Sharing information on the benefits of massage on your own social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram or Twitter). Midwifes demonstrate, document and share with ICM how they are effectively spreading their newfound knowledge at the country, community or health facility level through the Midwife Touch Ambassador Recognition award submission.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Incorporation of Globalized Quality Management platform for better midwifery outcomes

Different Quality Indicators shaping out the field of Midwifery with modern technologies are needed to be updated and the caliberation of the technological logistics are needed to be audited on a regular basis.All those logistic management approaches , the quality indicators  and audit analysis reports are to be follwed up and risk areas should be prioritized and resolved accordingly.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Various Global Midwifery societies- Accreditations and its facilitation

 -  Effective ACME ( Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education ) execution to increase quality care in midwifery practices.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Quality indicators and lean Six sigma approaches for Sustainable  Midwifery Management

Focusing on the quality indicators frame the major outline of any Association. For buiding a powerful tech-team of globalised Midwifery Ambassadors, certain indicators are needed to be followed.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Women's Health Digitalization with a revolutionized HIS and  smart IT counselling

A Quick Hospital Information System needs to be facilitated for better data management for future facilitation of Midwifery data.

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Nutritional  IT Counselling : Impact on Mother and Child

Desgning various applications for nutritional information and online data system where all the nutritional diet intake informations are regularly updated are a great source of onine nutritional counselling. 

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Psychological counselling: Hypnobirthing Visualization –A Mental power toolkit

Psychological counselling includes  tracking down various sensations of birth.The thing is not all women experience pain. Midwifery counsellors certainly had clients who have said the sensations were strong or intense but not painful. Some women even experience the sensations as pleasure by techniques like clients might have felt the last ‘contraction’ or ‘surge’ or ‘wave’ was really strong they are over it.Hypnobirthing alludes to a self-routine with regards to trance, unwinding and breathing systems that can be utilized amid labor to limit the distress, nerves, and torment, making a mother responsible for her introduction to the world. It can be learnt from restorative focuses, books and online courses which are currently effortlessly accessible. It includes utilization of specific positions and unwinding procedures through sound or breathing which help in discharging a greater amount of oxytocin and lesser adrenaline. It is normally useful if both the partners learn in for shared help. Midwifery Congress 2020 welcomes prudent talks regarding this matter for medicinal experts.

Birth Visualisation techniques - Different Mind calming apps which explains the mental basics of birthing are used worldwide now a days by the midwives."When the surge comes, imagine a wave building. And as the surge gets stronger, the wave gets bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger until eventually you reach the top and the wave falls away. You on the other side. You did it. You’re over that one. And now, you reset your mind until the next one comes. Totally relaxed. Feeling grateful that each wave is bringing you a little closer to your little one. Your muscles work best when they are relaxed.  Imagine a goddess positioned in front you. She is beautiful, centred and grounded. She is strong and powerful. Her feminine energy is divine. She is clear. She is YOU! Imagine the energy that runs though her runs through you too. When the sensations get stronger and you are starting to need to breathe through them, the sensations you are feeling are actually your uterus is drawing up to allow your baby to get out. So, one idea is on the in-breath you can imagine in your mind bubbles rising and then as you breathe out slowly though your mouth, you might like to imagine blowing away the bubbles as they continue to float upwards . 

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association | International Council of Nurses International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

Augmented reality (AR) technology changing global face of Midwifery

Using AR headsets and lifelike models of full-term mothers, trainee midwives at Middlesex University can take part in fully simulated births, which the university’s clinical staff hope will both hone their clinical skills and leave them better prepared to face challenges rarely seen in day-to-day practice.AR technology offers users an interactive experience in which objects in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated information. AR system allowed students to understand better the birthing process by displaying an interactive representation of a patient’s anatomy. The younger trainees will embrace the technology positively as they are of a generation that has largely grown up with computers and interactive environments. The aim is for midwives to become better prepared to reduce mortality rates, which are disproportionately high among ethnic minority pregnancies.  

Related Conferences : 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore, 4th World Nursing Education & Medicare Summit December 06-07, 2019 Singapore City, Singapore, 9th Midwifery Nursing Conferences February 12-13, 2020 Sydney, Australia, 56th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress February 24-25, 2020 Tokyo, Japan, 49th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference March 08-10, 2020 Rome, Italy, 51st International Conference on Nursing & Primary Healthcare March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 39th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan, 21st International Conference on Clinical Nursing and Practice March 23-24, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 22nd 9th International Conference on Public Health and Nursing April 29-30, 2020 Singapore City, Singapore 28th World Congress on Nursing Care March 30-31, 2020 Hong Kong.

Related societies: Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools | ICN- International Council of Nurses International Association for Human Caring | International Association of Forensic Nurses | International Association of Nurse Anesthetists | International Child Health Nursing Alliance | International Childbirth Education Association  | International Council of Nurses  | International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner Advanced Practice Nursing Network | International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing |International Nurses Society on Addictions | International Nurses Society on Addictions International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses | International Society for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care | International Society of Nurses in Genetics | Nursing care conference 2020 |Register nursing 2020 | Nursing and Nursing Practice | Advanced Nursing Practice Conference 2020 | Nursing Midwifery 2020Nursing oncology 2020 | Cardiovascular nursing 2020 | Emergency Nursing 2020 | Peadiatric Nursing 2020Nursing Care and midwifery of Australia 2020 | ACU nursing 2020 | mental health nursing 2020 | cosmetic nursing 2020 | anaesthetic nursing conference 2020 | alpha nursing 2020 | Clinical Nursing 2020 conference nursing code of ethics Australia 2020 | veterinary nursing courses conference 2020 | Dental nursing 2020 conference | Practice nursing 2020 | Critical care nursing 2020  | Nursing ethics 2020 | Nursing care Australia | Advanced Nursing Sydney 2020 | Nursing Practice in Melbourne | Nursing and Nursing Midwifery Sydney | Nursing Patient Care 2020 | Australia oncology Nursing | Sydney Critical care Nursing 2020 |

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Market Analysis

Global presence of midwifery research at Midwifery 2020 scheduled during February 12-13, 2020 at Sydney, Australia

TITLE:  9th World Congress on Midwifery and Women’s Health.

DATE & VENUE:  February 12-13, 2020, Sydney, Australia

THEME: Collaboration Era of Midwifery Ambassadors with Digital Nutrition : Redesigning the  trend of Quality Care into a Smart Culture

NURSES WORLDWIDE GLOBAL WOMEN’S HEALTH MARKET

The market research analysts have predicted the global women’s health market to grow at a CAGR of more than 3% over the forecast period. With many countries improving the healthcare facilities, the market for women’s health will have a positive outlook in the coming years. Many countries have substantially increased their healthcare budgets as a part of their social security measure. For instance, the US Government spend 17% of their GDP on the healthcare sector in 2014. With such increases in the budgets by various countries, the women’s health market is expected to show growth until the end of 2020.In the research report, the analysts have estimated factors such as the growing awareness of birth control methods will spur the growth of this market in the forecast period. Contraception and fertility control are supported by the governments of developing nations such as India and China to curb the growing population. However, in western countries, women have stopped using contraceptive pill due to their side effects and are increasingly using IUDs and implants. Therefore, the increasing awareness about alternative growth methods will aid in the growth of this market until the end of 2020.

Nursing and midwifery Manpower analysis of England :

In the year to July 2018, the number of nurses and health visitors has scarcely changed – increasing by less than 0.5% to 282,661 FTE. There are now more than 41,000 qualified nursing and midwifery posts reported vacant in the NHS in England – more than 1 in 10.15 However, the overall picture of stagnation in the numbers masks some wide differences between areas of nursing (Figure 1). For example, while the FTE number of nurses and health visitors in children’s health grew by 2.2%, and in mental health grew by 0.5%, in community services it fell by 1.2%. This fall was driven by a decrease in the number of health visitors negating a small rise in the number of other nurses working in community services.

Midwives & Doulas Industry in the US - Market Research Report :US Midwifery Industry Trend

The Midwives and Doulas industry comprises non physician healthcare providers that aid the delivery of babies and care of the mother. Industry operators offer care to childbearing women during their pregnancy, labor and the postpartum period. They may also help care for the newborn through six weeks of age, including assisting the mother with breastfeeding. Industry revenue has grown over the five years to 2019, rising at an annualized rate of 0.7% to $3.3 billion. In 2019 alone, industry revenue is projected to grow 2.8%. Similarly, industry profit margins have increased slightly over the past five years.

April 2019 Labor away: Expanding healthcare coverage will raise demand for industry services

-Total Revenue in 2019- $3bn

-Number of Businesses - 17,246

-Annual Growth 2014-2019 - 0.7%

-Industry Employment - 22,058

Industry SWOT Analysis

The industry is exposed to the following threats and opportunities: The largest source of external competition for the Midwives and Doulas industry comes from gynecologists and obstetricians. Births led by obstetricians as opposed to midwives draws revenue away from this industry. Traditionally, in the United States, most births are led by an obstetrician and not a midwife. In midwife-led births, however, an obstetrician only steps in when a midwife determines that it is medically necessary for the mother or baby. In 2019, demand for gynecologists and obstetricians is anticipated to increase, presenting a potential threat to industry operators.

The number of births represents the number of registered annual births in the United States. Demand for health care providers that guide women through childbirth, including non-physician midwives and doulas, is ultimately dependent on the number of babies being born. An increase in births raises demand for midwives and doulas. In 2019, the number of births is anticipated to increase, presenting a potential opportunity for the industry.

SUMMARY OF MIDWIFERY CONGRESS 2020:

Midwifery Congress 2020 provides the perfect platform for all the participants which is an interactive and engaging 2-day event: unique in format, content, networking, and engagement. The main theme of Midwifery Congress 2018 is “Collaboration Era of Midwifery Ambassadors with Digital Nutrition : Redesigning the  trend of Quality Care into a smart culture..". It is to address Midwifery and Women’s Health-related scientific communities to leap into this beautiful revolution of digital Ambassador  into every aspect of Midwifery and Women’s Health sector and reveal the quality digital technologies to firm up and elevate women’s health before, during and after pregnancy. The aim is to explore smart management strategies planning ,implementation and its technical execution in an dynamically analytical  manner , so that the midwives can facilitate themselves into a digital platform and can become role model globally with modernized concept of paediatrics IT and digital psychological counselling in hypnobirthing ,thereby giving pregnant women to experience an adventurous journey of birthing. Digital Midwives can play a crucial role in providing IT paediatric counselling  & educating the women, how to put up her health and baby’s health. Also, the vigorous market statistics will provide a broad approach for the attendees to explore the ideas and issues related to Health care and vide the future of midwives as delegated Digital Ambassadors. Broadly eminence speakers, the most recent frameworks, methodologies, and the most current updates are indicators of Midwifery congress 2020.

SCOPE AND IMPORTANCE OF MIDWIFERY: The maternity specialist works in association with ladies, all alone expert duty, to give ladies the vital help, care, and exhortation amid pregnancy, work and the baby blues period up to a month and a half, to encourage births and to give care to the infant.The birthing assistant comprehends, advances and encourages the physiological procedures of pregnancy and labor, recognizes confusions that may emerge in mother and infant, gets to proper medicinal help, and executes crisis measures as fundamental. At the point when ladies require referral, maternity specialists give birthing assistance mind in a joint effort with other wellbeing experts.Birthing specialists have a vital part in wellbeing and health advancement and training for the lady, her family and the group. Maternity care rehearse includes illuminating and setting up the lady and her family for pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and parenthood and incorporates certain parts of ladies' wellbeing, family arranging, and newborn child prosperity.The birthing specialist may rehearse in any setting, including the home, the group, healing centers, or in some other maternity benefit. In all settings, the maternity specialist stays capable and responsible for the care she gives.

WHY TO ATTEND: Midwifery congress 2020 on  12-13, 2019, Sydney, Australia will be a big conference dedicated to Digital Midwifery concept. This provides premier technical forum for learning and reporting about latest research and development, along with discussions on new applications and technologies. This event includes presentations all over the world and professional networking with different industries and well leading working groups and panels.This global event will provide an excellent opportunity for Doctors, Health care experts, Hospital Administrators,Epidemiologists, Nutritionists, Physicians, Nurse practitioners, Health care analysts, Doctors, Business delegates, Young Researchers encouraging the pro-found administration of medicaments and explore case reports with the results to justify cure and healing for various ailments.2020 international year of nursing and midwifery Noting that 2020 was the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the founders of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, the WHO Board recommended to the Health Assembly to designate 2020 as the Year of Nursing and Midwifery.Thus it makes this conference so important if you want to contribute a sustainable add on to boost up the detailed approaches of Midwifery concept.Midwifery Congress 2020 is looking forward to seeing all in Sydney, Australia.

Target Audience:

Midwifery Congress 2020 is intended for:

Midwives

Hospital Administrators

Doulas

Nurses

Doctors

Nurse Practitioner

Physician

Community Health Workers

Midwife Nurse Educator

Nurse Researcher

Scientist and Professor

Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health)

Registered Nurse (Community Health)

Biomedical Engineers

Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)

Mothercraft Nurse

Healthcare Management Students

Business Entrepreneurs

Training Institutes

Data Management Companies

Software Developing Companies

Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies

LIST OF MIDWIFERY ASSOCIATION:

Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada

American Nurse Association

Nursing and Midwifery Council

New Zealand Nurses Organisation

Nursing &Midwifery Council United

Royal College of Midwives

SOCIETIES ASSOCIATED WITH MIDWIFERY AND WOMEN’S HEALTH :

SOCIETIES IN AUSTRALIA :

Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council

Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation

Nsw Nurses & Midwives Association

Acu Midwifery Society

SOCIETIES IN ASIA:

Afghan Midwives Association

Bangladesh Midwifery Society

Cambodian Midwives Association

Zhejiang Midwives’ Association (an affiliate of the Zhejiang nurses’ association)

AssociaŅ«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

Vietnames Association of Midwives

Singapore Nurses Association

Singapore Women’s Association

Singapore lifesaving Society

Singapore Psychological Society

Counselling and Care Centre

Children’s Aid Society:

Association for Early Childhood Educator

Home Nursing Foundation

Help Family Service Centre

Moral Family Service Centre

Ntuc Child Care Co-Operative

Nulife Care & Counselling Services

GLOBAL NURSES ASSOCIATION

SOCIETIES IN WORLDWIDE:

National Association of Certified Professional Midwives

Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses

American Health Care Association

Australian Nursing Federation

Academy of Neonatal Nursing 

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

BIBLIOGRAPHY

https://www.technavio.com/report/global-health-and-wellness-women%E2%80%99s-health-market

http://internationalmidwives.org/our-members/associations-world-map.html

http://nursingworld.org/research-toolkit/Research-Funding

https://blogs.utmb.edu/researchresources?s=nursing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Conference Report

Midwifery 2019 took a significant privilege in reporting the beginning of 8th invites to all the participants around the globe to “8th World Congress on Midwifery and Women's Health” scheduled during March 18-19, 2019, Sydney, Australia with a theme “Endeavor New Standard in Health Care: Caring from cells to souls “which included prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks and Poster presentations, Workshops, Video Presentations and Exhibitions. This has been led with the point and the unmitigated plan of advancing the improvements of new recognitions and thoughts for investigating the abnormal state of learning come to by academic network on Midwifery. A great Midwifery meeting facilitated by Conference Series was set apart with the participation of youthful and splendid analysts, clinicians, business delegates and capable understudy networks. The gathering was sorted out around the topic scientific mission to upgrade the intriguing and perplexed technologies. The occasion embedded a firm connection of up and coming systems in the field of Midwifery and advanced Nursing with established researchers. The calculated and appropriate information shared, will likewise cultivate hierarchical coordinated efforts to sustain logical increasing speeds. This yearly meeting united famous researchers, Nurses, Midwives, Public Health experts, University educators, Midwifery experts in which numerous issues in Midwives explorers were talked about inside and out to give cutting-edge data to the world. Then again, the gathering gave a chance to an open and vivified sharing of thoughts and encounters. The gathering saw an amalgamation of excellent speakers, who illuminated the group with their lucky research information and on different charming points identified with the field of Neuroscience. The market research analysts have predicted the global women’s health market to grow at a CAGR of more than 3% over the forecast period. With many countries improving the healthcare facilities, the market for women’s health will have a positive outlook in the coming years. Many countries have substantially increased their healthcare budgets as a part of their social security measure. For instance, the US Government spend 17% of their GDP on the healthcare sector in 2014. With such increases in the budgets by various countries, the women’s health market is expected to show growth until the end of 2020.Conference Series offers its ardent thankfulness to all the Organizing Committee Members, Chairs and Co-Chairs, Speakers, Students, Media Partners and Editorial Board Members of Journal of Nursing & Care ,  Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health , Journal of Advanced Nursing who bolstered the meeting in each angle for the stunning show at the setting. We by and by thank all of you for the huge impeccable reaction. This motivates us to keep sorting out occasions and gatherings for advancing the Midwifery Research. Conference Series in this way, is happy to report its 9th World Congress on Midwifery and Women's Health during February 12-13, 2019, Sydney, Australia.

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