Hi everyone:Im a 4th year student (school just started yesterday) and my focus is maternity. We are going to present a seminar soon and here are the lists of topics to choose. The one im interested in is perinatal loss and grief but during break i went to microwave my food and another girl took this topic. Later i communicated with her and asked her in a nice way how much is she interested in this topic? she told me to pick another topic and this is topic is boring, i said it is not boring because i can do it in different cultures(how different countries deal with baby loss) and she kept silent. Im like.........."i just sold my idea for free eh?" later she wrote me saying she is not giving up the topic and i have to choose another one and "im sure teacher will help you finding another one"I am angry, anywayhere are the topics preterm labour and implications for the infantmanagement of twin and multiple pregancies/infants implicationspost date pregnancies and implications for the infantgroup b strep during the perinatal period: antenatal, intrapartum, and postpartumhiv in the perinatal periodmood disorders in the perinatal periodsubstance abuse in the perinatal period with infant implicationsperinatal loss and griefobstetric emergencieshypertensive disorders of pregnancy/HELLP Syndromegestational diabetes/Diabetes in Prenancy and effect on the NewbornPreterm Birth and Developmental IssuesGenetic Disorders e.g. down syndrome, trisomy 13, 18, cystic fibrosis, prader willi syndromecongenital heart defectsDKA in the child or adolescentrepiratory assessment and illness in the paediatric patientpaediatric head injuryfluid and electrolyte imbalance in the paediatric patientthese are the topics, however i feel all of them are factoral and boring and the presentation will be 50 minutes long and ppl will fall into sleepexcept the grief and loss, it will be interestingwe can aslo use other topics if we can think of i cant think of any right top on my mindso i need help, suggestions, and evenif anyone can help me making these boring topics interesting in my presentation that will be greatexpecially experienced nurses' ideas are welcomed!millions thanks!