About the Journal
Women, Midwives and Midwifery journal is a peer-reviewed periodical, published in February, June and October. The journal is sponsored and published by Asosiasi Pendidikan Kebidanan Indonesia (AIPKIND).
The "Women, Midwives and Midwifery" journal emerges as a prestigious academic enclave dedicated to fostering a global discourse on women's health and midwifery practices. Our journal diligently navigates the health continuum of women from pre-conception to menopause, illuminating the multifaceted socio-cultural, economic, and policy realms that intricately shape women’s health landscapes worldwide.
At the crux of our academic voyage lies a profound commitment to advancing midwifery education and training. Through a rigorous peer-review process, we chronicle groundbreaking advancements that are catalyzing a paradigm shift in midwifery education, thereby nurturing a cadre of proficient midwives equipped to address an array of global health challenges.
Our journal serves as a nexus for unveiling innovative midwifery practices and services that are pivotal in elevating the quality of care provided to women. We spotlight evidence-based practices and the ethos of patient-centered care, embodying a quest for academic and clinical excellence.
The pillars of leadership and professionalism within midwifery are meticulously explored, unveiling evolving paradigms that are instrumental in enhancing the stature of midwifery in the global healthcare tapestry.
We delve into pioneering research in midwifery sciences and policy analysis, fostering a symbiotic nexus between empirical evidence, policy dynamics, and advocacy. This endeavor is geared towards nudging the policy apparatus towards informed and impactful decision-making.
Our scope transcends traditional boundaries, probing the intersection of technology with midwifery, and engaging in robust interdisciplinary dialogues. This multidisciplinary approach propels a holistic understanding of women's health and midwifery in a global milieu.
Aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, our journal embarks on academic pursuits aimed at trimming health disparities, accentuating gender equality, and propelling the wheel of global health equity forward.
We warmly welcome international case studies, systematic reviews, and expert commentaries that furnish unique prisms through which the global scholarly community can glean insightful, practical, and theoretical narratives in women’s health and midwifery.
Engage with us in this scholarly endeavor as we unravel, explore, and redefine the contours of women’s health and midwifery, contributing to a healthier, equitable, and informed global society.