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World Congress on Midwifery and Women’s Health

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Who should attend?

Doctors, Deans, HODs, CEOs, MD, Professors, Researchers, Students


The World Congress on Midwifery and Women’s Health will have participants from more than 12 countries to gather and exchange thought provoking and inspiring talks on Midwifery, Hypnobirthing, Lactation, Obstetrics, Neonatology, Gynaecology and Natural Birthing. The set theme, “New Standards of Healthcare: Caring from Cells to Souls” appeals for sharing educational as well as philosophical lectures from experts highlighting the current issues, challenges and advancements in Midwifery and Women's health. With more than 30 speakers and 150 participants Midwifery and Women’s Health Conference is going to be a unique platform to host prudent talks on a vast field of subjects.


Midwifery 2018 will be held in London, United Kingdom form October 25-27 2018. It is going to host health care professionals, practitioners and trainers from government as well as private sectors with years of experience in this field along with students and recent gradutates. At the Midwifery Conference eminent keynote speakers along with the young fellows will showcase their research in oral and poster presentations along with questionnaire and networking sessions. The midwifery conference 2018 will have the following attractions:

  • Young Scientist's Forum
  • Workshop
  • Exhibition
  • Special Session
  • Poster Presentation

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30% discount for group registrations


Marilyn Jones

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