I am writing to inform you that the program for the Virtual International Day of the Midwife 5th May 2011 is confirmed:
This is a free online conference that aims to cater for midwives, students and anyone interested in birth. It starts 12pm 5th May (New Zealand) and runs for 24 hours. We have a variety of speakers and topics including discussion about how midwives respond to international disasters; eLearning and student midwives; The Postmodern Midwife; health informatics in hospitals, and baby-led introduction to solids.
You are invited to attend at any time - all are welcome.
Please feel free to disseminate to all your networks and follow us on
Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/VirtualInternationalDayoftheMidwife )
and Twitter ( http://twitter.com/#!/VIDofM )
Any queries about the program or technology, please fell free to contact me.
EdD Student and Consultant
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Saturday, April 30, 2011