31st Annual Meeting of ISPPM in cooperation with the Department of Nursing and Health at the Fulda University of Applied Sciences

October 25th to 27th, 2019 in Fulda (Germany)

Traumatic birth experience as stress factor - Healthy birth experience as a lifelong resource

​31st Annual Meeting of ISPPM in cooperation with the Department of Nursing and Health at the Fulda University of Applied Sciences

October 25th to 27th, 2019 in Fulda (Germany)

Traumatic birth experience as stress factor - Healthy birth experience as a lifelong resource

About the conference

Ladies and Gentlemen,

With this year's conference on the effects of birth experiences, we are taking on a very urgent social issue. Our vision is to bring this topic to the attention of as many people as possible in every conceivable discipline, and thereby to see levels of synergy that have existed only marginally up until now, if at all.

Throughout the coming days, dear attendees, we will provide you with deeper insights from various disciplines into the impact that safe, difficult or even traumatic births can have for those directly affected. A further point of focus is the role of midwives, whose profession has faced increasing pressure from multiple sides in recent years.

For all the reasons just mentioned, we are extremely grateful for the cooperation with the Fulda University of Applied Sciences, especially Prof. Sven Hildebrandt, who made this collaboration possible.

We sincerely thank all those, who will be offering their knowledge and experiences at the conference. You can look forward – as are we – to the film “The Safe Birth” and the discussion with the filmmaker Carola Hauck, along with many other highlights, including honouring our own Dr. med. Ludwig Janus, who is celebrating his jubilee.

In addition, the participants of the Erasmus Project (with the participating countries Turkey, Greece and Germany) will meet under sponsorship of the ISPPM, and we are celebrating the kick-off of the Germany-wide project “After Birth Hotline” in continued cooperation with “Mother Hood”.

Awaiting you on Saturday is a tour of Fulda's historical city centre as well as our festive evening in the baroque “Old School”.

We thank you for your interest in the topic “Birth” and for your participation in our annual conference.

Your ISPPM

(Signed Paula Diederichs)

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