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14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference

Welcome to the video box set of the 14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference.

See and hear latest best practice and the most innovative new approaches to Normal Labour and Birth for midwives and maternity professionals.

This year's speakers include Professor Marleen Tennerman, Aga Khan University, Kenya; Dr Lilian Peters, VuM University, Netherlands; Mr Duncan Fisher The Family Initiative; Professor Mary Steen, University of South Australia; Professor Jane Sandall, Kings College London, UK; Beverly Turner, TV and Radio Presenter; Rose McCarthy and Diana Flores, Refugee Council, UK; Andrea Blotkamp National Maternal and Perinatal Audit, UK and Dr Evita Fernandez, The Fernandez Hospital, Hydarabad, India.

For details on how to use the learning materials contained in this box set for revalidation purposes please refer to the NMC website here:
revalidation.nmc.org.uk/what-you-need-to-do/continuing-professional-development.html

These videos will be of interest to academics, researchers, policy makers, clinical staff, service users, parents, and birth activists from around the world wishing to update their skills and knowledge around key issues and keep on top of revalidation requirements.

Find out more at uclan.ac.uk/venue-hire/normal-labour-and-birth.php

  1. Optimizing the use of Caesarean Section - Professor Marleen Temmerman, Aga Khan University, Kenya

    Professor Marleen Temmerman, Aga Khan University, Kenya speaking on behalf of the Lancet C-Section Series Writing Group gives a presentation on "Optimizing the use of Caesarean Section" at the 14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference.

  2. Big Data analyses and its relevance for maternity care - Dr Lilian Peters, VuM University, Netherlands

    Dr Lilian Peters, VuM University, Netherlands gives a presentation discussing "Big Data analyses and its relevance for maternity care" at the 14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference.

  3. POPPIE: Implementing a continuity of care model for women at risk of preterm birth - Dr Kirstie Coxon

    Dr Kirstie Coxon, Associate Professor (Research) Midwifery, Kingston University gives a presentation discussing "Implementing a continuity of care model for women at risk of preterm birth: perspectives from midwives,
    managers and key stakeholders involved in the POPPIE trial" at the 14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference.

  4. Adapting the QMNC Framework to evaluate models of antenatal care - Dr Andrew Symon, University of Dundee

    Dr Andrew Symon, Senior Lecturer, Mother and Infant Research Unit, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee gives a presentation on "Adapting the Quality Maternal and Newborn Care (QMNC) Framework to evaluate models of antenatal care - a comparative study" at the 14th International Normal Labour & Birth Research Conference.

  5. Undisturbed Labour and Birth Index - Norah Macy, Midwifery Student, University of British Columbia, Birth Place Lab

    Norah Macy, Midwifery Student, University of British Columbia, Birth Place Lab gives a presentation discussing "Undisturbed Labour and Birth Index" at the 14th International Normal Labour & Birth Research Conference.

  6. Midwifery: a global update, what this means for normal labour and birth - Fran McConville, WHO

    Fran McConville, Midwifery Advisor at the World Health Organisation gives a presentation discussing "Midwifery: a global update, what this means for normal labour and birth" at the 14th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference.

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