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Anshu Banerjee May 20
Working together to ensure quality care for all mothers and newborns. Read the report here:
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Dr Maeve O'Connell RM RGN ☘ May 19
Midwifery education is important globally to provide quality maternity care for mothers and babies in order to achieve SDGs
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Prof Jane Sandall May 21
• Access to quality midwifery care can avert 80% of maternal and newborn deaths and stillbirth Read the report here
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Kaveri Mayra May 21
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Sweden in Geneva May 19
Gearing up for ! with us on Monday 20 May ! To leave no one behind we need quality midwifery education - & Join us in Room XXlll 18:00!
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Zenithglobalhealth May 22
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Quality of Care Network May 20
Time to address stark under-investment in midwifery education to transform the quality of MNH Read the report here
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The Partnership May 20
.⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Chief Nursing officer presents the findings from new Framework fo Action on strengthening quality education
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Midwifery Action May 20
How brilliant. This changes the whole global conversation, makes real change for women and babies possible.
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Suzanne White May 22
.Astonishing statistic; and a must read report from WHO showing a direct correlation between the quality of midwifery care and maternal deaths
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The Partnership May 20
I hope children will dream to be midwives and I hope their parents will encourage and invest in their child’s dream. Passionate intervention from young midwife ⁦
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Dr Maeve O'Connell RM RGN ☘ May 27
Replying to @amiewil
I love 'respectful, compassionate care, positive birth experience' at the centre of the visual
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Midwifery Action May 20
This is positive and important - essential to have interprofessional support and working for quality midwifery education and care
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Helen Hamilton May 20
Thank you Dr Charles Mwansambo Chief of Health Services in for highlighting the importance of water sanitation and hygiene in healthcare facilities for safe delivery &
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Kaveri Mayra May 22
I keep meeting inspirational at everyday. Always exciting to meet midwives. I think they have the best stories to share.
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Mary Renfrew May 20
Groundbreaking. Such a step forward for women and babies everywhere!
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Dr Maeve O'Connell RM RGN ☘ May 20
Enjoying virtual attendance at it looks amazing, I would love to attend in reality. Thanks for the tweets Graduate Nurses and midwives play a vital role in global health
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Anneka Knutsson May 20
Another D-day, ”decisive allied victory”, for Midwifery. Dedicated political leadership, professional Development Deployment and Demand creation must be strengthened!
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Claire & Jules May 20
pushes a strong message on overall global quality of based on commission & in support of But also notes how critical is in to ensure & control of
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Mary Renfrew May 27
Great to see evidence being shared so widely ✨✨✨- informing quality care for all women, all babies
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