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Fran McConville Jun 18
@DGTedros
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Fran McConville Jun 8
Our fate and the fate of the oceans are intimately connected
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Fran McConville Jun 2
Elizabeth Iro, Chief Nursing Officer, the evidence is clear, we need midwives educated to international standards, we must use the evidence
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Fran McConville Jun 2
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L C Varkey Jun 2
At the Midwifery led continuity of care? How are we willing to roll it out? We have the evidence! Lets put Midwifery in the place it needs to be.
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WHO CC UTS May 24
link to EB paper approved for international year of nurse and midwife 2020 thank you and and many others for your leadership
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Fran McConville May 20
Replying to @FrankaCadee @WHO and 11 others
Bill KEENAN, IPA , we are fully supportive of midwifery education. Partnership matters, continued professional development needs more attention than has been given. Need revolution at country level for coordinated action!
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Fran McConville May 20
Replying to @FrankaCadee @WHO and 11 others
FIGO, importance of multidisciplinary education and training, working together
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Fran McConville May 20
Replying to @MidwiferyAction
Pete Salama on behalf of DG, huge buzz around UHC and PHC . Midwives are at center, and we need to invest in them
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Fran McConville May 20
Replying to @MidwiferyAction
Peter Salama, Director UHC st WHO : midwives are activists for women and newborns and for UHC and PHC. A substantial proportion of the 18 million health workers needed will need to be midwives. Midwives are the lynchpin, provide QoC, we must educate to international standards
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Fran McConville May 20
Replying to @MidwiferyAction
Kaveri Mayra, midwifery is not a secondary profession to medicine ! we must not undervalue midwives , filled with hope for youth to choose midwifery when they know importance of being a midwife! The room erupted with delight!
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Fran McConville May 20
Sally Pairman commits to supporting Ministers and all partners to improve quality midwifery care. How midwives are educated. The new report sets out a vision, making education more real, responsive to needs
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Fran McConville May 20
Chief of Health Services Malawi, midwives are recognized as leaders and are Directors in ministry departments. They are demanding QoC, women are demanding midwives.
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Fran McConville May 20
Secretary Health India, Preeti Susan, landmark decision to introduce cadre of midwives to international standards. Lack of care or rampant over-medicalisation can be overcome with midwives who provide RMC with positive skills, knowledge and behaviors
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Fran McConville May 20
Minister of Health Sweden : MIDWIVES save lives, supports focus of new report on midwifery education. Scope includes sexual and reproductive health, safe abortion. Sida will continue to link domestic and foreign agenda
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Fran McConville May 20
Nepal Deputy PM , professional midwives empower women and midwives
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Fran McConville May 20
Nepal Deputy Prime Minister, committed to professional midwives to international standards and promote RMC and physiological birth. Education has begun!
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Fran McConville May 20
Happening now, very exciting, standing room only 👍
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