Anti-bullying and Critical Thinking for Young Midwives in Bangladesh (Hope)
Certified Nurse Midwife Kim McQuoid who is volunteering with Hope Foundation, recently observed a beautiful presentation for Bangladeshi midwives to raise awareness re: bullying.
She has been busy mentoring, training, helping design curriculum for midwife nurses, and facilitating discussions around case studies to nurture critical thinking regarding patient care.
Kim (also a family nurse practitioner from Ashland, Oregon, hometown to Global Force for Healing) is also working with local OB's and mental health-focused midwives to start an eagerly-awaited mental health program that is culturally safe and appropriate. She is also creating a bereavement policy/protocol when tragedy strikes a family. Brava, Kim! Brava,
Hope Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh. Keep up the amazing work!