A Profession Where it is an advantage to be a mom

The time management champion mothers with young children may be a hidden reserve in the programming workforce, according to invited speakers at the Women in Tech meeting of the Codecool programming school. Female executives at companies recruiting from the IT field, building their own IT team and developing recruitment software told about a hundred guests gathered at Codecool’s largest lecture hall.

This evening, the focus was on women, and it quickly became apparent during conversations that agile women are often still exotic to tech companies, especially at the decision-making level, especially in IT. Anikó Pethő, CEO of Aarenson bounty hunter, Kata Illés, co-founder of Indivizo and Maria Balogh-Mázi, managing director of DreamJo.bs, attended the event. They share an adventurous path to their current field of expertise, while their fate was shaped by both fatal accidental and deliberate planning.

Equality is not the same anymore

Of course, everyone agreed that there were many differences between women and men in their attitudes towards work, coworkers and the company. In the most natural way, the participants of the event, both speakers and audience speakers, testified about the strengths and weaknesses of women compared to men. According to Maria Balogh-Mázi, women are more effective in advocacy, stress management, recognizing tensions within the team, fatigue or psychological distress.

According to Anikó Pethő, in many cases, female perception, a belief not fully supported by facts, provides the added value that can ultimately succeed in projects, even if there is an irrational lack of resources. There is a widespread belief among women that they primarily want safety and comfort, and that nesting instincts work involuntarily.However, it also manifests itself in the harsh conditions of being able to make their environment homely and tidy, make the most of the situation, organize the optimal use of resources.

Using a 12 inch laptop as a working mom is more important than ever. They are very easy to carry around and can save you a ton of time, research says.

“As one of our first engagements, we committed to outsource three hundred people to our Far East principal from a home office, with my second, with success,” said Aarenson Consulting, owner of the starter. Kata Ills said that diversity is as positive for an organization as cultural diversity. Different perspectives, different experiences can come from family, cultural, professional background, all of which give a better maturity to an organization.

Practice proves that a healthy and mixed body will be successful for both men and women, without anyone having to exercise self-control to do anything wrong.

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Midwifery Model of Care

The Midwifery Model of Care

The Midwifery Model of Care embraces the normalcy of the birthing process.  It is a style of well-women care with increased prenatal support and fewer interventions in the actual birth whether that takes place in a hospital, a birthing center or at home.  It has been indisputably shown that midwives offer a substantive contribution to the long and short term health of mother, child and family.

Principles of Midwifery

  • Birth is a normal, natural, and healthy process. Women and babies have the inherent wisdom necessary for birth.
  •  Babies are aware, sensitive human beings at the time of birth, and should be acknowledged and treated as such.
  •  Breastfeeding provides the optimum nourishment for newborns and infants. Birth can safely take place in hospitals, birth centers, and homes.
  • The midwifery model of care, which supports and protects the normal birth process, is the most appropriate for the majority of women during pregnancy and birth.

Healthier Outcomes and Financial Savings

  • In spite of spending far more money per capita on maternity and newborn care than any other country, the United States falls far behind most industrialized countries in infant and maternal mortality. Maternal mortality is four times greater for African-American women than for Euro-American women.
  • Midwives attend the vast majority of births in the industrialized countries with the best outcomes, yet in the United States, midwives are the principal attendants at only a small percentage of births;
  • Current maternity and newborn practices that contribute to high costs and inferior outcomes include the inappropriate application of technology and routine procedures that are not based on scientific evidence;
  •  Increased dependence on technology has diminished confidence in women’s innate ability to give birth without intervention;
  • The integrity of the mother-child relationship, which begins in pregnancy, is compromised by the obstetrical treatment of mother and baby as if they were separate units with conflicting needs;
  • Although breastfeeding has been scientifically shown to provide optimum health, nutritional, and developmental benefits to newborns and their mothers, only a fraction of U.S. mothers are fully breastfeeding their babies by the age of six weeks;
  • The current maternity care system in the United States does not provide equal access to health care resources for women from disadvantaged population groups, women without insurance, and women whose insurance dictates caregivers or place of birth.
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