Save the date! Check out February’s line up of events
There’s a lot happening this month so we have put everything in one place so you don’t miss out on any of the events taking place!
14th February, 2 pm (GMT)
Surviving & thriving in midwifery
During this webinar, you will hear inspiring stories from midwives who have survived trials and tribulations and have thrived in spite of them.
We will also invite participants to share written contributions in relation to how they have personally survived and thrived in midwifery. This may be in relation to overcoming professional challenges, setting up new initiatives, whistleblowing activities, bullying, medical errors, legal challenges or anything else which challenged and tested you whilst in the end, provided you with the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Your contributions will be shared via a new book to be published and made available globally, ‘Surviving and Thriving in Midwifery’.
Vygo training sessions
Through the Nursing Now Challenge Vygo mentoring platform, both mentors and mentees benefit from bidirectional learning. To support you and your nurses and midwives in creating your free account, we will be hosting three regional training sessions this month. Whilst these training sessions have been scheduled to accommodate different time zones, the same guidance and support will be provided in each session.
Choose your session & register below…
15th February at 12pm (GMT) – Eastern Mediterranean & Africa
16th February at 3pm (GMT) – Americas & Europe
Learn more about Vygo here
17th February, 2 pm (GMT)
Nursing & midwifery in crisis: Health crises
During this webinar, nurses and midwives from around the world will discuss their role in responding to health crisis situations. Discussions will focus on HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and COVID. During a panel discussion, all participating speakers will share best practices and lessons learned as well as ideas for training/ support mechanisms that could be implemented to support nurses and midwives working in areas affected by health crises.
We look forward to seeing you there!