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Good morning everyone, it’s @SDonatta on the account today, talking all things #research and #researchnurses alongside @HeatherB18 and @Sammycad77 join us @WeStudentNurse @WeNurses @UHBResearch #HCPnetwork #whywedoresearch
But first #tea . What’s your brew of choice?
My first job in #research was as a #clinicaltrialsassistant during my uni years and I quickly learnt it was different from the research taught at university as part of #nursing curriculum #HCPnetwork
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Today is the International Day of the #Midwife!

#Midwives are essential to the provision of quality of care, in all settings, globally. We thank 👏 ALL midwives for their efforts to save lives of moms and babies.

#MidwivesDay

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DYK: #Midwives educated and qualified to international standards can provide almost 90% of services needed by mothers and newborns.

#MidwivesDay

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DYK: Women who receive quality midwife-led care experience 20% reduction of preterm births, are 16% less likely to lose their baby, and report higher satisfaction with their birth experience.

#MidwivesDay

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LIVE on #Periscope: Media briefing on #COVID19 with @DrTedros.

pscp.tv/w/cX7l8jI2MTAy…
"Ten days ago, I joined President @EmmanuelMacron, President @vonderleyen and @melindagates to launch the ACT Accelerator, to support the development, production and equitable distribution of vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics against #COVID19"-@DrTedros
"Today, leaders from 40 countries all over the world came together to support the ACT Accelerator through the #COVID19 Global Response International Pledging Event, hosted by the @EU_Commission"-@DrTedros
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@debjfox from @UTS_Health speaking about getting the very best outcomes for women who require #continuousfetalmonitoring #FreedomOfMovement optimising physiological processes in order to reduce interventions #OFNW2019 @healthtimes_aus @MidwivesACM
Women want control and active involvement in their births A recent meta synthesis on women’s experience of physiological birth reflects this bmjopen.bmj.com/content/8/10/e…
The way “high risk” women are treated reflects pathologisation generally Marie Berg has written beautifully about this and the impact of #midwife care on care of these women #OFNW2019 @debjfox diva-portal.org/smash/record.j…
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The #DPRK Multi Indcator Cluster Survey #MICS for 2017 by @UNICEF is out. 8500 Households in all 9 provinces including #Jagangprovince (normally closed to #NGOs) and #Pyongyang with 24 hour notification period prior to survey. uni.cf/2IjxIed #NorthKorea
Urban (61%) and Rural (39%) households. Validation by forced re-interviews on one randomly selected household per cluster. Carried out with #DPRK Central Bureau of Statistics. Numbers are credible and match closely with other surveys (at least for childhood mortality rates)
99.7% on electricity grid
98.2 % with TV
30.3 % with refrigerator (19.4% rural)
63% have electric rice cooker (51% rural)
15.5% havewashing machine
75.5% have CD player (68.4% rural)
83% bicycle
18.7% computer/tablet (8.3% rural)
66.4% mobile phone (48.1% rural) (89.7% PY)
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