Nursing Midwifery

A nurse midwife is someone who has finished nursing and midwifery education leading to practice as a nurse midwife and may or may not hold a credential in the specialty. They are both nurses (often registered nurses) and midwives. Nurse midwives offer care to women of all ages, including throughout pregnancy, after delivery, as well as for well-woman care and birth control.

• There are over 27 million men and women working as nurses and midwives worldwide

• There is a global shortage of health professionals, especially nurses and midwives, who account for more than 50% of the current shortage in health professionals.

• South East Asia and Africa have the greatest needs-based shortages of nurses and midwives.

• According to the WHO, an additional 9 million nurses and midwives will be required globally by 2030 in order for all nations to meet the Sustainable Development Goal 3 on health and well-being.


 


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