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2022 Symposium Recordings
“Midwifery Movement Matters”

Watch filmed sessions from our in-person symposium event

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For the 26th Sensitive Midwifery Symposium we landed in a new era and there is so much MOVEMENT, it is essential to make sure we are aligned. The theme of 2022 is Midwifery Movement Matters. We had an incredible time together. For those who were not able to attend, make sure to get your hands on the recordings. 

Sensitive Midwifery Symposium is one of the largest and most prestigious midwifery and perinatal conferences in Africa, initiated in 1996 by the Sister Lilian Centre, which specialises in midwifery, pregnancy, birth and parenting education and advice.

Sensitive Midwifery Symposium aims to make a positive difference to midwifery and maternity and child care while celebrating the professions involved. It offers you a unique and innovative blend of expertise updates, advocacy of sensitive care, challenging of harmful practices, exposure to relevant complementary health fields, encouragement of professional morale, and professional inspiration.

Session details

Day 1 Session 1

  • Zinplex Presentation ~ Eric Fookes
  • Midwifery Movement Matters ~ Dr. Margreet Wibbelink
  • Keynote Address:  Life goes on with COVID – Update & Message from NDoH ~ Ms E. Mokaba
  • Message from South African Nursing Council – Update on Continuous Professional Development ~ Dr. Joyce Muswede
  • Task Shifting in Maternity Care – The Changing Face of Scope of Practice ~ In Memorandum – Dr. Elgonda Bekker

Day 1 Session 2

  • Medical Induced Prematurity – What Are We Doing To Our Babies and Future Generations ~ Dr. Carol Malunga
  • Natural Birth vs Vaginal Birth, A more Excellent Way ~ Heather Pieterse
  • How We Support Physiology With Epidurals and Inductions ~ Susan Bolke
  • Sensitive Cesarean Section ~ Melanie Kearney
  • VBAC on the rise – how do we safely manage it? ~ Lilo Mthembu
  • Workshop: Sensitive Midwifery Momentum in the Birthing Space ~ Expert Panel

Day 1 Session 3

  • The Status Quo of Mandatory Newborn Basic Life Support training in South Africa ~ Dr. Ida du Plessis
  • Delayed cord clamping, is it implemented in maternity obstetric units? ~ Akhona Shosha
  • Baby & Child: Breastfeeding Update, Are we progressing? ~ Refilwe Maponya
  • Education, An essential part of Antenatal Care – How is it best achieved? ~ Marie van Heerden

Day 2 Session 1

  • Maternity Care is a Team Sport, with Midwives being the Centerpiece – It’s time to play right ~ Dr. Howard Manyonga
  • Keynote Address: Impact of Covid on Pregnancy, the (unborn) Baby and Health Care Professionals ~ Dr. Bongi Rubushe
  • How To Practice Confidently in a ‘Fear of Litigation’ loaded Birth Environment ~ Dr. Ida Du Plessis
  • Estimated Due Date Questioning Ultrasound Guidelines ~ Jackie Dawson

Day 2 Session 2

  • Implementation Of The New Maternity Case Records ~ Joyce Mahuntsi
  • Moving With Legality ~ Sylvia Hamata
  • Moving Into Independent Practice ~ Lindokuhle Tshabalala
  • Moving With And Inspiring Excellence ~ Kagiso Tukisi
  • Moving Despite The Odds ~ Mbali Tshabalala
  • Workshop – Young Midwives Making Moves Q&A ~ Expert Panel

Day 2 Session 3

  • Pelvic Floor & Sexual Health ~ Marlinde de Vries
  • Doula’s as an integral part of the Birthing Team ~ Beverley Chigwanda
  • Thermoregulation, what midwives know and they ought to know ~ Dr. Zelda Janse van Rensburg
  • The Sensitive Midwifery Approach to the Solution to our Maternal Health Crisis ~ Dr. Margreet Wibbelink

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