Designed for home birth and hospital providers, this workshop will challenge you and your colleagues to address your fears and concerns about transfers from planned home births into the hospital. What guidelines can hospital staff follow when accepting a home birth transfer?
What can home birth providers do to ease the transfer? What are the basic safety statistics of home birth and freestanding birth centers, and what is needed to make home birth even safer? Exclusive Evidence Based Birth® content.
Registration is ongoing. Waitlists forming all the time. I am a CE provider for both The CA Board of Registered Nursing and The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
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Are you passionate about evidence based care, but regularly witness hospital policies taking precedence over your client's choice? It can be frustrating to watch clients receive care that isn’t based on research and not quite knowing how to help.
The Savvy Birth Pro Workshop (3 contact hours) was developed by Evidence Based Birth® to give professionals the skills you need ...
Did you know that the number one reason for induction in most countries is going past your due date? In this Evidence Based Birth® seminar, packed with facts, you will learn the evidence on induction for reaching the due date and for going past 41-42 weeks. Case studies and discussion questions make this a lively seminar that leaves everyone buzzing with excitement.
What is the evidence on the safety of Vitamin K? Does delayed cord clamping lead to jaundice? How can we help families who give birth by Cesarean get skin to skin in our local operating rooms? In this interactive seminar, we will take an in-depth look at the research evidence (exclusive content from Evidence Based Birth®) on newborn procedures for term infants during the “golden hour.”
July and August 2020
As a birth professional do you see your clients and patients develop trauma from their births? Do you feel overwhelmed or just need some clarity about it?
While over 30% of those giving birth describe the experience as traumatic, up to 8% will go on to develop PTSD as a result of the experience.
What can we do about it?
July and August 2020
Up to 30% of those giving birth describe the experience as traumatic while 8% will go on to develop PTSD as a result. If you're a mental health professional who works with postpartum families you are seeing traumatized people in your office. And yet, our profession gives us no diagnostic or treatment guidelines.
What can you do? How can you help?
Get concrete clinical skills to assess and treat birth trauma in your office
25: ACOG Annual Meeting (Closed Audience)
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22: Therapy For Birth Trauma Level 1 online Tickets on sale now
31: Birth Trauma Prevention Level 2 online (Get an email)
31: Therapy For Birth Trauma Level 2 online (Get an email)
5-8: Marce Society (Closed Audience)