The 2016 Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark just wrapped up and we are left feeling inspired and invigorated. The conference was a wonderful chance to reconnect with colleagues, meet fellow advocates, and tap into exciting developments in the field of maternal newborn health. One of the most promising projects proposed several innovations to the labor and delivery ward to improve intrapartum care in low-resource settings…read more
The 4th Global Women Deliver Conference opened with a roaring start in Copenhagen, Denmark on Monday afternoon with more than 5,500 delegates from over 150 countries. At such an extensive global gathering, it can be difficult to choose which sessions to attend. Interested in learning more about maternal newborn health at WD2016? We’ve compiled a list of key sessions to attend throughout the week!
As we celebrate International Day of the Midwife on May 5th, now is an especially important time to acknowledge midwives for their hard work in ensuring the health of women and newborns before, during, and after childbirth. Read our resource roundup to learn more about the state of midwifery around the globe!…read more