Meeting date: Monday 5th to Tuesday 6th November 2018 Venue: San George Corinthia Hotel, St Julians and The University of Malta, Valletta Campus, Malta Meeting Type: Final Action Conference Local Organiser Institution: Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Malta, Malta Attendance: The meeting was attended by 44 participants, most of them… Continue reading LOS scientific report (Malta, Nov 5 & 6, 2018)
George Tzagkarakis has published an STSM report entitled: An analysis of cardiotography (CTG) biosignals by utilising complexity algorithms to quantify, correlate and predict fetal movement. The work came out of a meeting at Queen’s University, Belfast (November 12-18, 2018) You can download a pdf of the report here.
WG4s Lola Ruiz Berdún, alongside Rosario Martin-Alcaide, has published a report in LLULL. You can download it here. It is written in Spanish, the summary (in English) is shown below. Lola Ruiz Berdún has also edited another publication, Ciencia y Técnica en la Universidad, Trabajos de Historia de las Ciencias y de las Técnicas Volumen… Continue reading WG4 Report: Two publications by Lola Ruiz Berdún (Spanish Language)
UCLan’s Professor in Midwifery Studies, Soo Downe recently met with the President of Malta, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, to discuss the next steps for two European Cooperation in Science & Technology (COST) project that she has led for the last 8 years. The COST Action IS1405 “Building Intrapartum Research Through Health – an interdisciplinary whole system… Continue reading UCLan Professor Soo Downe meets with President of Malta
Working Group 2 members have been involved in this research, published by Systematic Reviews. You can download it here. Background Midwives’ practices during the second stage of labour vary nationally and internationally. We aim to retrieve evidence that supports high-quality intrapartum care by conducting a systematic review of the literature. Methods Electronic bibliographic databases including… Continue reading WG2: How do midwives facilitate women to give birth during physiological second stage of labour? A protocol for a systematic review