Congrats on your pregnancy. Your MW may have explained (or you might already know), but things can change very, very rapidly at this stage in pregnancy. Wednesday is still a long ways off. By the time your MW is suggesting induction, you may already have a baby in your arms!
I have not seen accupuncture work on any of my clients (and I appreciate the link for that study which seems to confirm what I have seen). Some people believe there are foods that help bring a baby - pinapple and eggplant are commonly sited. Other options some women swear by include a good cry (from a sad movie you like for example), a massage, a long walk (but don't exhaust yourself), stairs (but again on the exhausting yourself), journaling about your upcoming birth and really being honest with
yourself about any lingering fears or things that are holding you back (this can also be done out loud in a therapy session, with a good friend, with your partner, etc), afternoon naps (being well rested and relaxed can really help), and having a lot of trust and faith in your body and your baby and the process.
Some women also choose to induce labor at home through herbs, homeopathic remedies, or castor oil. You should talk to your provider about this first, but it is an option many women consider if they do not go into labor by 41-42 weeks. Many local midwives suggest these methods for clients who are after 42 weeks or needing to bring labor on earlier for some reason. You can get a lot of information about all of these methods here.
Enjoy the end of your pregnancy. Eat at your favorite places, go on dates with your partner or friends, take warm baths, read novels in bed, enjoy a fall walk in the park. Remember not to let the fear of an induced labor or the anticipation of wanting labor to come make you feel disappointed or impatient during your last days as a pregnant woman. This is a beautiful time in your life, enjoy it!