The "Women, Midwives and Midwifery" journal is a distinguished platform for innovative research, enlightening case studies, and thorough reviews that significantly elevate global discussions on women's health and midwifery practices. Dedicated to supporting women’s health from pre-conception to menopause, our journal underscores the critical role of midwives in delivering compassionate, evidence-based care.

Embracing a global array of contributors, we aim to encompass diverse cultural, social, and policy dimensions shaping women's health and midwifery worldwide. Our rigorous peer review and ethical publication practices reflect a staunch commitment to academic excellence and global resonance.

By exploring the intersection of gender, societal norms, and health policies, we aspire to deepen understanding and advance the field, resonating with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of promoting good health, gender equality, and reduced inequalities.


The journal "Women, Midwives and Midwifery" embarks on a scholarly voyage exploring the health continuum of women from pre-conception through menopause. It delves into the socio-cultural, economic, and policy veils that shape women’s health landscapes globally, offering a platform for dissecting the intricacies that intertwine with women’s health.

A significant arm of our journal’s scope is dedicated to midwifery education and training. We aim to chronicle the advancements propelling midwifery education forward, nurturing a breed of adept midwives poised to tackle global health quandaries.

In the realm of midwifery practice and services, our journal seeks to unveil innovations that are refining the tapestry of care provided to women, spotlighting evidence-based practices and the ethos of patient-centered care.

Leadership and professionalism within midwifery are pillars that our journal endeavors to fortify, unraveling evolving paradigms that are elevating the stature of midwifery in the global healthcare panorama.

Engaging in pioneering midwifery research and policy analysis, we aspire to foster a nexus between empirical evidence, policy dynamics, and advocacy, thereby nudging the policy apparatus towards informed decision-making.

Our scope extends to the cusp of technology and midwifery, probing into how modern tech vistas are morphing midwifery practice and the broader spectrum of women’s healthcare delivery.

We advocate for interdisciplinary dialogues, intertwining threads of knowledge from related fields to cultivate a holistic vista of women's health and midwifery in a global milieu.

In resonance with global health equity pursuits, our journal embarks on dialogues aimed at trimming health disparities, accentuating gender equality, and propelling the wheel of global health equity forward.

Lastly, we welcome international case studies, systematic reviews, and expert commentaries that furnish unique prisms through which the global scholarly community can glean practical and theoretical insights into women’s health and midwifery.

The journal's focus and scope align with the ASJC and UN SDGs

Categories Codes/Goals Explanations
ASJC Codes Maternity and Midwifery (2913) Encompassing research and practice in maternity care and midwifery.
Obstetrics and Gynecology (2729) Covering health issues and medical care from pre-conception to menopause.
Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health (2739) Encompassing broader health policy and global health equity topics.
UN SDGs Good Health and Well-being (SDG 3) Advocating for global health equity, improved maternity care, and overall women's health.
Gender Equality (SDG 5) Promoting gender equality through improved women’s health services and fostering leadership and professionalism in midwifery.
Reduced Inequalities (SDG 10) Focused on reducing health disparities and advancing equitable healthcare services for women globally.