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Childbirth Emergencies in the Community – Leeds – 21 October 2020

Speaker(s)
Denise Mace Course Facilitator
'Human Factors'
& Childbirth Emergencies
in the Community
Chriss Doyle Course Facilitator
Childbirth Emergencies
in the Community
Elliot Miller Paramedic Speaker
Childbirth Emergencies
in the Community
Start
October 21, 2020 8:30 am
End
October 21, 2020 5:00 pm
Address

DEFERRED TO 2021 - DATE TBC   View map

£120.00

Fully Booked

Description

Details

Student discount available – to redeem use code STU30 at checkout.

Please ensure that you have read and understood our terms and conditions before booking. There is an administration charge of £40 per booking which will be made for any cancellations – as we are a not for profit organisation and will have incurred costs.

 

COURSE DELIVERY AND CERTIFICATION 

Full day of training, including lunch, tea and coffee.

7 Hours Relevant for CPD

 

RELEVANT FOR

Those who attend planned or unplanned births in the community such as community midwives, independent midwives, paramedics, MCAs, GPs & practice development midwives.

This one-day course will review and update on important elements in the management of emergency skills that may be needed when women birth at home.

 

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

To provide a hands-on practical session that offers clear guidelines and builds confidence on important elements in the management of emergency skills that may be needed when women birth in the community.

 

COURSE CONTENT

This one-day course will review and update on important elements in the management of emergency skills that may be needed when women birth at home.

It will include:

  • Vaginal breech birth.
  • Neonatal resuscitation.
  • Cord prolapse (to include case discussion).
  • Shoulder dystocia (also in water birth).
  • Maternal collapse.
  • Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH).
  • A physiological birth session (paramedics only).
  • Communication in a pre-hospital obstetric emergency.
  • Profession-specific workstations – communication
    with the 999 team, midwifery jargon-busting.

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