This paper describes the cases of six midwifery projects of the Women Observatory for eHealth at the Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation, to support the adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in midwifery practice in eight countries from 2014 to 2016. It includes eLearning course for CASA in Mexico, Twintowin mobile app in Netherland and Morroco, Happy Baby Happy Mom in Mongolia, Pan Milar for migrant women in Switzerland, Portrait of a midwife in Australia, Moldova and Bangladesh, and training on emergency obstetrics in Ethiopia.
The authors are grateful for the support provided by the Sanofi Espoir Foundation and Millennia2025 Foundation.
They are innovative, creative, generous and humanitarian and they benefit of an international visibility and support by joining the WeObservatory. Based in France, South Africa- New Zealand and Congo DR, the projects aim at making Artificial Intelligence, Telemedicine and Mobile Health accessible to midwives and pregnant women to reduce maternal and new born mortality.
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The Impilo Initiative: http://www.m2025-weobservatory.org/the-impilo-initiative.html
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La Fondation Millennia2025 a présenté les projets infirmiers innovants de l’Observatoire des Femmes et la eSanté lors des Grandes Conférences du SIDIIEF 2018.
Pour clore l’année 2018 riche de 7 conférences internationales et une exposition photos, les projets de l’Observatoire ont été présentés aux membres du SIDIIEF par conférence à distance par
- José Coté – UN SUIVI VIRTUEL INFIRMIER AVEC LES INTERVENTIONS TAVIE
- Laurent Klein – UTILISATION DE L’OUTIL NUMÉRIQUE E-PANSEMENT DANS LA PRISE EN CHARGE DES PLAIES CHRONIQUES. L’OUTIL NUMÉRIQUE AU SERVICE DU SOIN DES PLAIES
- Véronique Thouvenot – INNOVATION NUMÉRIQUE ET LEADERSHIP : À LA PORTÉE DE LA PRATIQUE INFIRMIÈRE
La Fondation avait été invitée au 6ème Congrès mondial des infirmières et infirmiers francophones organisé par le SIDIIEF à Montreal du 31 Mai au 5 Juin 2015 : https://weobservatory.com/tag/sidiief/.
Angelika Silva has been for some time now working to develop ZeroMothersDie on behalf of the WeObservatory in collaboration with the National Institute of Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health Fernandes Figueira that intends to translate and adapt the Zero Mothers Die mobile application to the Portuguese language and the Brazilian context. She and her team have made a poster describing the process of adaptation: see PDF –
They have created an online survey for pregnant women and new mothers , the results of which will be analyzed in the upcoming month – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/zmd-app
ZMD was also presented at this year’s Helthio – an event that brings together more than 10,000 citizens and healthcare system users, with more than 5,000 healthcare professionals and about 1,000 companies from diverse backgrounds. The presentation was done and made by the co-founders Dr. Véronique Thouvenot and Dr. Serrano Pons, and Dr. Alegria, director of Gambo Hospital in Ethiopia. The material for the presentation was based on the research conducted with IFF in Rio, Brazil (above) and work done by Chinomso Ibe, nurse in Nigeria (on the pictures showed using the ZMD App).
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