The online seminars or webinars are the exactly same principle as the online meetings I ran last year - the only difference is the conferencing software. The next couple of webinars are about planning a research project and thinking about informed choice. Previous webinars are available as recordings:
- Knowledge for Practice: Enhancing your learning as a student midwife and beyond
- Division of tongue tie – a wicked, barbaric, criminal thing to do?
- Normal neonatal behaviour and the psychology of parenting
- Cup feeding revisited
- Writing for publication - through the eyes of an editor
- Supporting staff in providing HDU care within maternity services
- A simple guide to critiquing research articles
- Facing issues in practice that are controversial
- Skin deep - skin care and care of the unbilicus
- Finding your way through the information maze!
For many of us midwives MIDIRS is a very old friend, and it is certainly worth checking the website regularly because to my knowledge this website/midwifery organization is about the most far-thinking with regards to social networking and e-learning.
Have you looked at the MIDIRS website recently? What did you think about the webinars? Were there any other resources you found useful and would recommend?