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The role of the midwife is to support women throughout childbirth. A midwife provides assistance to women during their pregnancies and births. Some also provide general healthcare for problems related to reproduction. This care includes gynecological exams, contraception advice, supporting normal birth, acquiring access to healthcare, recognizing difficulties in both mother and child and delivery support. In terms of reproductive education, midwives are informed about topics including breastfeeding, pregnancy health, contraception, and providing good care for young children. The midwifery conferences in 2024 also significantly contribute to health counseling and education for women, their families, and the larger community. As many developing countries now lack adequate basic healthcare facilities, several of them are investing in and offering training to midwives and other community health professionals.

Access to prenatal care, skilled care during labour, and assistance in the weeks after delivery must be guaranteed to all expectant mothers. Every delivery should be attended by qualified medical staff since early attention and treatment might be the difference between life and death for both the mother and the infant. Life-saving medical operations and procedures are still uncommon because of knowledge, policy, and resource constraints. The urban-rural gap and the rich-poor split may be found in many areas. Access to healthcare services is frequently influenced by the mother's and family's socioeconomic position as well as where they live.

A women's health nurse practitioner offers medical care to biological, intersex, and transgender women during puberty, pregnancy, menopause, and beyond. Patients may choose women's health nurse practitioners over obstetricians because they handle patient care more thoroughly, sometimes more individually, and collaboratively. Women nurses are in charge of keeping the wards and medical equipment's hygiene in addition to providing patient care. In addition to providing patients with gynaecological health care throughout their lifetimes, they are trained and skilled in dealing with health concerns that have an influence on reproductive health.


The range of duties, responsibilities, employments, and activities for which a registered nurse is qualified and authorised is referred to as the scope of nursing practise. The delivery of nursing care adheres to the principles that guide nursing practise. Maternity nurses discuss childbirth, parenting techniques, and related topics. Throughout the whole cycle of childbirth, they offer continuity of care. The health care system is now better equipped to meet their requirements because of nurses who specialise in caring for women. Midwives provide women with support throughout their pregnancies, throughout childbirth, and in the hours and days after delivery. A maternity nurse, on the other hand, will assist women both after the baby is delivered and throughout the first few months after the kid is born.

Midwives are sometimes known as nurse practitioners in the field of midwifery. A nurse midwife is a licenced nurse with extensive training in midwifery and specialist education in that field. A nurse midwife is a skilled medical professional who serves the reproductive and labour and delivery needs of women. The duties of a nurse midwife include attending births, doing gynaecological examinations, providing family planning assistance, and giving general care for reproductive health. Midwives provide consultation, management, and collaborative management in line with recognised standards of midwifery practise.

For every woman, giving birth is a unique experience. However, being informed of the customs may help you get ready for what to anticipate as your due date approaches. In the first stage, the womb's neck, or cervix, grows by 10 cm. When the embryo penetrates the vagina in the second stage, the baby is delivered. The third stage is when the placenta (the afterbirth) is delivered. Always remember that your health and the welfare of your unborn child come first, regardless of what transpires during your labour and delivery. Your doctor should be aware of your preferences for the labour and delivery process as well as your opinions regarding further treatments like an episiotomy and potential painkiller alternatives. after that, prepare to give birth.

Preconception care is defined as a series of treatments designed to detect and manage biological, behavioural, and social risks to the woman's health or the course of her pregnancy. Specific steps should be done either before conception or early in pregnancy to improve health outcomes. It concentrates on lowering morbidity and mortality for the patient as well as the baby in order to enhance the chance of conception when pregnancy is wanted and to help prevent unexpected births. Additionally, it provides advice on contraception.

Your midwife can support you as you and your child establish your own nursing schedule after giving birth and can assist you with breastfeeding. Your midwife can monitor how you and your baby are doing with breastfeeding at post-birth check-ups and can help you make adjustments if required. It has been shown that midwives' encouragement of breastfeeding in maternity wards affects women's experiences with nursing. In the past, women have voiced dissatisfaction with professional help, highlighting issues such time restrictions, a lack of availability or direction, the encouragement of dangerous habits, and conflicting advice. As a result, the current study aims to examine both women who got breastfeeding help from midwives and their experiences and opinions in doing so.

Midwives are specialists in safe pregnancies and deliveries. They must provide care for expectant mothers and their unborn children during the prenatal stage, through labour and delivery, and for up to 28 days following birth. They offer the essential expert care and services during a typical pregnancy and delivery. All of the care for women is organised by midwives. To guarantee that every woman, regardless of risk factor, has a positive childbirth experience, the coordinator makes sure that expectant women receive comprehensive, voluntary, and social care as required. Additionally, they offer advice to customers in their position as family planners. They assist couples choose by providing all the details on the various family planning options.

Prenatal care reduces pregnancy risks while increasing the probability of a healthy birth. With the aid of routine prenatal checkups, your doctor can monitor your pregnancy and identify any problems or concerns early on. Postpartum care is essential, even if prenatal care is mostly focused on the first nine months of pregnancy. The postpartum period starts six to eight weeks following delivery of the infant. During this time, the mother goes through a lot of physical and psychological changes as she learns how to care for her child. The three main pillars of postpartum care are appropriate diet, rest, and vaginal care.

Medical attention for newborns, young children, and adolescents is provided by paediatric nurses. They carry out their duties at the paediatric emergency room, primary care clinic, acute care unit, inpatient hospital, or regular clinic. From the time of birth until the patient is two years old, they are under the care of a neonatologist. As they work with newborns, they require a great level of commitment, competence, and emotional fortitude. Although neonatal nurses operate in the neonatal intensive care unit, they also offer their skills in acute and primary care in order to stabilise preterm and ill newborns and return them to normal health.

Gynaecology is a medical subspecialty that focuses on the health of women, particularly during pregnancy and childbirth. They also focus on diagnosing and managing conditions that impact the female reproductive system. Other women's health issues that a gynaecologist might be able to assist with include hormone abnormalities, infertility, menopause, and birth control. A doctor of obstetrics is primarily responsible for supervising and caring for the mother following the birth of the child. They help the gynaecologist during labour as well. A skilled practitioner who can address any of these issues is an obstetrician-gynecologist.

Holding your baby close to your chest is referred described as kangaroo care. You may now touch the baby's skin thanks to this. In order to encourage skin-to-skin contact, your child will be placed on your chest for up to a few hours during each session while just wearing a nappy and a hat. The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines kangaroo mother care (KMC) as "the skin-to-skin care of premature babies carried with the mother." It is a powerful and easy strategy for boosting the health and happiness of children born full-term and preterm.

Midwives can advise patients on the timing and spacing of pregnancies in addition to assisting them in selecting the family planning method that will work best for them. After the appointment, a midwife fully explains the prescription and informs the patient of any additional tests or procedures that are necessary. The nurse explains the operation of various contraceptive methods and the dosage plan for oral contraceptives using visual aids and calendars.

Hypnobirthing focuses mostly on teaching pregnant women relaxation techniques and provides a viewpoint on delivery that doesn't focus on pain and suffering in order to reduce overall discomfort and soothe fear and anxiety throughout the delivering process. You aren't genuinely hypnotised while using hypnobirthing procedures. In order to shut out discomfort, they are made to promote profound relaxation. It's essentially mind-over-matter pregnancy meditation, where you see your contractions as "surges and waves" that bring you closer to giving birth to the baby rather than as a painful experience. By changing your viewpoint, you may see that your body is truly creating the miracle of birth rather than feeling agony or grief.

Clinical midwifery knowledge and abilities are always evolving in accordance with new research findings and service developments. Evidence-based midwifery practice is essential to ensuring that the care provided to women who are pregnant is optimally well and meets their specific requirements. To provide woman-centered care, research findings that align with professional practices as well as women's preferences should be taken into consideration. One of the difficulties facing post-secondary educational institutions offering pre-registration midwifery education is integrating evidence-based practice into the curriculum so that student midwives view it as an essential component of their work rather than as a stand-alone idea. Midwifery students require the ability to recognize areas of practice that require further study, a comprehension of the steps involved in the research process, and the capacity to critically evaluate research papers to guarantee that their practice is grounded in evidence.

  • Evidence-based practice's importance
  • Clinical Knowledge
  • Care Quality
  • Midwives and Cesarean sections

Our top objective in terms of public health is to enhance the health of expectant moms, newborns, and kids. Their health affects the health of the next generation and can anticipate potential public health problems for families, communities, and the healthcare system. The priorities of the subject area of Maternal, Baby, and Child Health cover a wide range of illnesses, lifestyle choices, and health system indicators that affect the health, wellbeing, and quality of life of moms, babies, and families. Being pregnant will encourage women and their offspring to identify potential health risks in women and steer clear of them. Midwifery Among the potential health risks are high blood pressure and heart failure, asthma, depression, violence against intimate partners, genetic illnesses, STDs, alcohol and cigarette usage, inadequate nutrition, obesity, and other conditions.

  • Mother Care Infant Care
  • Care Quality
  • Psychological Assistance
  • Child and Maternal Nutrition

A doula is a labor specialist trained to assist mothers. The goal of a doula is to assist women and their families in having the birthing experiences they have imagined. Doulas are professional, educated individuals who provide moms with ongoing social, physical, and observant support prior to, during, and following childbirth, as stated by DONA International, a doula organization. Doulas consider their job as preserving and tending to a person's memories of their birth experience. Greek ancestry gives rise to the term "doula," and the profession has a long history. Before the field of obstetrics was established, it was common for a doula to support a woman continuously during labor. The person continued to support the mother following delivery as she healed from giving birth and reconnected with her child. Once obstetrics was introduced, women began giving birth in hospitals. The family's friends and domestic staff frequently took the place of the helper.

  • Physical and Emotional Support
  • Postpartum Services
  • Scope of Doula Practices
  • Challenges Faced by Doulas
  • Role of Doulas in Labour

Nurses were exposed to illnesses that could have compromised their health, well-being, and ability to perform their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. To identify populations at risk for illness and potential sources of organizational intervention, it is imperative to examine the experiences and well-being of nurses amidst the current crisis. The purpose of this study was to investigate how a sample of American nurses during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic perceived the biggest sources of stress.

  • COVID-19 and Midwifery Care
  • COVID-19 and Womens Health Nursing
  • COVID-19 and Leadership in Midwifery
  • COVID-19 and Complications in Pregnancy & Delivery
  • COVID-19 and Advanced Practices in Midwifery

Resolving issues with the Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) and related head and neck tissues is the focus of the surgical specialty known as otolaryngology, or ENT. Some of the most powerful people in their field are specialists in ENT, head and neck, otorhinolaryngology, and otolaryngology. A patient may consult an otorhinolaryngologist for treatment of benign head and neck tumors, infections of the ears, nose, throat, and base of the skull, as well as surgical management of other conditions. COVID-19 infection could have deleterious effects on cochlear hair cell functions despite being asymptomatic causing typically a virus induced sensorineural hearing loss which occasionally recovers spontaneously.

  • Epidemiology
  • The SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic aspects
  • Mitigation of COVID-19
  • Virology
  • Pathophysiology and Immunopathology

Forensic midwifery includes the following: training and counseling of midwives and nursing services; collecting and safeguarding biological and physical evidence; assisting and rehabilitating victims and their families; writing forensic reports; and educating victims of violence, trauma, and other criminal events about their rights and responsibilities.

  • Nursing Research
  • Nursing Education
  • Clinical Nurse
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Cardiovascular Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Reproductive Health
  • Nephrology and Urology Nursing
  • Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
  • Vascular and Surgical Nursing
  • Radiology & Imaging Nursing
  • Gastrointestinal and Endoscopy Nursing
  • Transcultural Nursing
  • Nursing - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
  • Pulmonary and Respiratory Nursing
  • Otorhinolaryngology and Opthalmic Nursing
  • Dental Nursing
  • Dermatology and Cosmetic Nurses