Centre for Maternal and Child Health Research at School of Health and Psychological Sciences, City, University of London welcomes Amina El-Nemer to give a talk on the Egyptian educational and health care system and on how women receive care during pregnancy and labour in Egypt.
All countries have lessons to learn from each other for delivering high quality care or by other means of standardised humanistic care.
All over the world health is developed by communities investing in communities. Empowering maternity nursing and midwifery is a way vital to make changes to Egyptian girls and women during their lives.
In this presentation you will learn about the Egyptian educational and health care system, how women receive care during pregnancy and labour, maternity and the midwifery system in Egypt.
Plans are to ensure midwifery is seen as a profession and women can have well-trained midwives. They are able to advocate for women and their families who are unable to advocate for themselves and work autonomously, delivering evidence-based standardised humanistic care to Egyptian women.
About the speaker
Dr. Amina El-Nemer is a Professor of Womens Health and Midwifery at the Faculty of Nursing, Mansoura University, Egypt. She has been the Dean of the Faculty of Nursing from 2018 till now.
She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate reproductive biology, maternity care, research methods, health research ethics, gender, equality, nursing, healthcare and social aspects of health and quality of higher education. She is an activist, feminist researcher in the field.
She is a proponent of normal pregnancy, labour and delivery, evidence-based care, empowering women and nurses and women’s reproductive health.
She has a PhD from Bradford University, UK 2003 as well as Professional Development. Alongside her teaching and professional qualifications she is a member of the National Quality Accreditation of Higher Education and a member of National of Women Council.
She has many PHD and MSC postgraduate students and has also supervised and assessed more than 100 doctoral and master theses from Egypt and Arab countries.