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International Conference on Reproductive Health, PCOD and Midwifery, will be organized around the theme “Introducing Information Technology to Nursing and Midwifery ”

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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine abnormality in women of reproductive age and carries with it significant health risks, including infertility, endometrial hyperplasia, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The workup of PCOS has evolved to include the use of pelvic ultrasonography (US). Ovarian imaging is crucial in the evaluation of patients with suspected PCOS. Although findings of polycystic ovaries are commonly seen at routine US and are frequently not associated with PCOS, awareness of the criteria and definitions used in the diagnosis of PCOS is important, especially in patients who are being evaluated for ovulatory dysfunction or hyperandrogenism.The imaging report should be specific and should include ovarian volumes and antral follicle counts, in addition to other pertinent findings (eg, the presence of a dominant follicle or corpus luteum). Because patients are frequently referred for radiologic imaging as a part of clinical workup, and polycystic ovaries are a common incidental finding in women undergoing US for other gynecologic complaints, radiologists should be aware of the current diagnostic criteria for PCOS, the role of imaging in workup for this abnormality, and the pertinent reporting parameters for pelvic US.

 

  • Track 1-1Transvaginal ovarian drilling: A new surgical treatment for improving the clinical outcome of ART in patients with PCOS

\r\n 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.  

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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 fitfor-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).

 

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.

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:

  • Track 5-1Breast feeding technologies for Midwifery smart quality service allocation
  • Track 5-2Pediatrics IT Management: Smart Midwifery outlook

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.

Midwife Touch Ambassador Recognition award-ICM and JJCI want to know how you put your learnings as a Midwife Touch Ambassador into action, beyond the original workshop, some examples of how are:

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

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

  • Track 8-1VARIOUS GLOBAL ACCREDITATIONS
  • Track 8-2Quality indicators and lean Six sigma approaches for Sustainable Midwifery Management

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. Midwifery practice has undergone remarkable changes over the last 75 years. In the early part of the 20th century, the only place midwives could attend births was at home.

  • Track 9-1Nutritional counseling
  • Track 9-2Psychological counselling: Hypnobirthing Visualization –A Mental power toolkit