VIDM 2017 Programme

 

TimeUTC Link to local time Speakers Title Facilitator Master Facilitator
10pm / 22:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-start-time Opening with Ren Forteath singing ‘In the morning’

Keynote speaker
Mary Renfrew, UK

 

 

Rebalancing Care, transforming lives.

Sarah Bandasdak, New Zealand Lorraine Mockford, Nova Scotia, Canada
11pm / 23:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-02 Katie Moriarty, USA Integrative Healthcare, Complementary Therapies and the Midwife Cecilia Jevitt, Connecticut, USA Lorraine Mockford, Nova Scotia, Canada
12mn / 00:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-03 Penny Marzalik, Ohio, USA Midwifery Learning Exchange Cecilia Jevitt, Connecticut, USA Lorraine Mockford, Nova Scotia, Canada
1am / 01:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-04 Thomas Burke, USA Every second matters for mothers and babies: Uterine Balloon Tamponade Susana Ku, Canada Lorraine Mockford, Nova Scotia, Canada
2am / 02:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-05 Kathryn Braye, Australia Why increase the dose of IAP for BS: Are we doing more harm than good? Sarah Bandasdak, New Zealand Deborah Davis, Australia
3am / 03:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-06 Marlise Lima, California, USA Working in a competence-based pre-service midwifery curriculum in four countries in Africa Megan Koontz, Alaska, USA Deborah Davis, Australia
4am / 04:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-07 Robyn Maude, New Zealand Early pregnancy probiotic supplementation with Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 may reduce the prevalence of gestational diabetes: a randomised controlled trial. Jean Patterson, New Zealand Deborah Davis, Australia
5am / 05:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-08 Maryam Bazargan, Roz Donnellan-Fernandez, Liz McNeill, Australia, Nasrin Charlang, Iran A comparative overview of childbirth in Iran and Australia: Role of Midwives Deborah Davis, Australia Sarah Bandasak, New Zealand
6am / 06:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-09 Nur Allailiyah & Istri Bartini, Indonesia Working in a partnership as a role of midwife’s organisation to promote exclusive breastfeeding Michaela Michel-Schuldt, Germany Sarah Bandasak, New Zealand
7am / 07:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-10 Lyndall Mollart, Sydney, Australia Midwives and complementary and alternative medicines (CAM): personal use and impact on clinical practice Michaela Michel-Schuldt, Germany Sarah Bandasak, New Zealand
8am / 08:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-11 Julia Leinweber, Germany Prevalence and Risk Factors for Post traumatic stress among Australian Midwives Tim Morley, UK Chris Woodhouse, UK
9am / 09:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-12 Joy Kemp, UK & Mary Gorret Musoke, Uganda MOMENTUM – Developing a Model of Midwifery Mentorship for Uganda Tim Morley, UK Chris Woodhouse, UK
10am / 10:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-13 Claire Reading, UK Maternal and Newborn Health in Conflict Settings (South Sudan/DRC) Pandora Hardtman, Netherlands Chris Woodhouse, UK
11am / 11:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-14 Lillian Medhus, Washington DC, USA A Midwife for every Mom: Working with Refugees in the US and Greece Pandora Hardtman, Netherlands Chris Woodhouse, UK
12md / 12:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-15 Taya Mohler & Laureli Morrow, USA Midwifery Realities in the Refugee Crisis Christian Freisleben, Austria Jane Houston, Florida, USA
1pm / 13:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-16 Nigus Bililign, Ethiopia Factors associated with knowledge of obstetric danger signs Olufemi Olubodun, Nigeria Jane Houston, Florida, USA
2pm / 14:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-17 Fatemeh Alihosseni, Iran Waterbirth – a Case Study Linda Wylie, UK Jane Houston, Florida, USA
3pm / 15:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-18 Helen Shallow , Scotland Are you listening to me? Interactions between mother and midwives when labour begins Olufemi Olubodun, Nigeria Annette Dalsgaard, Denmark
4pm / 16:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-19 Courtney Massaro, Boston, USA Shared Decision Making for Women’s Choices About Mode of Birth After a Previous Cesarean: Patient and Provider Perspectives Cynthia Pitter, Jamaica Annette Dalsgaard, Denmark
5pm / 17:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-20 Eva Harkness, UK Meeting the needs of LGBT parents in perinatal care Niessa Meier, Texas, USA Annette Dalsgaard, Denmark
6pm / 18:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-21 Laura Godfrey–Isaacs, UK Birth in the Media Jane Houston, Florida, USA Linda Wylie, UK
7pm / 19:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-22 Adebukunola Afolabi, Nigeria Management of Eclampsia in Nigeria: Overview of the Midwife’s Role Cecilia Jevitt, Connecticut, USA Chris Woodhouse, UK
8pm / 20:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-session-23 Berta Hernandez, USA Human Rights in Childbirth Jane Houston, Florida, USA Linda Wylie, UK
9pm / 21:00
bit.ly/VIDoM17-closing-session Sally Pairman, ICM Chris Woodhouse, UK Linda Wylie, UK