Midwifery and nursing

An estimated 139 million infants are born each year. According to projections, 289 000 women will die during pregnancy, delivery, or immediately after, 2.6 million will have stillbirths, and 2.9 million newborns will die in the first month of life. One significant cause is a lack of high-quality maternal and neonatal care. Midwifery is a sort of advanced nursing practice that focuses on aiding women during and after their pregnancies. Midwifery is already generally recognized in many countries as a significant and cost-effective addition to high-quality maternity and newborn care.

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• Birth Emergency Skills and Guidelines
• Midwifery Education

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