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Articles from International Midwifery (March 1, 2009)

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'Why did my mother die? Why did my wife die?'. Discussion 340
Alicia Beatriz Cillo, interim Board member, Americas, describes celebrations in La Plata. 355
At Pakistan midwives' conference, Health Minister says they are 'backbone of the healthcare system': Imtiaz Kamal and Clara Pasha of the Midwifery Association of Pakistan have sent a report of the first national midwifery conference in the history of the country. Kamal, Imtiaz; Pasha, Clara 657
Director of Midwifery Programme announced in Pakistan. 282
ICM Secretary General Agneta Bridges gives members and readers an update on recent events from her office in The Hague. Bridges, Agneta S. 679
III International Midwives Congress: 'midwife, woman, family, and community. an alliance for life.'/III Congreso Internacional de Matronas: 'matrona, mujer, familia comunidad: una alianza or la vida'. Cillo, Alicia Beatriz Conference news 731
International Women's Day 8 March 2009. 346
Meet the new ICM vice-president with a commitment to midwives' work in the community: Elizabeth Duff, ICM Communications Manager, talks to British midwife Frances Day-Stirk who has been ICM Vice-President since her election in May 2008. Duff, Elizabeth Interview 1199
Meeting the ICM Board 2: new and re-elected members form a dynamic group: this page continues the introductions to the ICM Board members who were elected by the Council at their meeting in Glasgow, May 2008. 919
New midwifery programme in UAE has community focus and is 'designed to meet international standards'. 423
Obesity is a growing contributor to maternal morbidity in the industrialised world and beyond; international data presented at a UK conference supports the view that an epidemic of obesity is threatening the health of mothers and babies. Congdon, Richard Conference notes 763
The State of the World's Children 2009 UNICEF report. Report 323
WHO-UNFPA-UNICEF-World Bank: joint country support for accelerated implementation of maternal and newborn continuum of care. 97
Women and midwives benefit from findings in review of maternity services in Australia; Hannah Dahlen of the Australian College of Midwives describes moves in Australia to reduce inequality in childbirth outcomes and raise midwives' status. Dahlen, Hannah 776

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