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[24 Aug, 2016] Barefoot Birth Pools: Waterbirth Study Day with Dianne... (Bracknell, Berkshire)

Discussion in 'Midwifery Events and Study Days' started by KinsleyR, Jul 28, 2016.

Barefoot Birth Pools: Waterbirth Study Day with Dianne...
Start Date: 24 Aug, 2016 08:45 AM
End Date: 24 Aug, 2016 04:45 PM
Time Zone: Europe/London +01:00 BST

Bracknell Leisure Centre
Bracknell Leisure Centre, Bagshot Road
Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 9SE

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  1. KinsleyR

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    Barefoot Birth Pools are proud to be working with midwife and author, Dianne Garland, to offer waterbirth study days across the UK!

    Our study days are aimed at midwives, student midwives and other birth professionals such as doulas and are CPD approved. The aim of the study day is to promote waterbirth as a peaceful and safe option of delivery for mother, baby and practitioners. The day will cover a range of subjects and include waterbirth videos from around the world and each attendee will be provided with a certificate of attendance before departure.

    Our study day:

    'To promote waterbirth as a peaceful and safe option of delivery for mother, baby and practitioners'.

    Each day starts at 9am (registration from 8.45am) and closes at 4.30pm. Refreshments are provided during both rest breaks with an hour scheduled for lunch. The day will cover the following:

    W – Why Water – introduce the benefits of water to mother, baby and practitioners

    A – Accentuate normality – promote the efficiency of water to enhance normality within a safe & caring environment.

    T – Theories – understand the theories of using water including hormonal effects.

    E – Engaging with parents – utilise and develop all opportunities to engage with parents regarding the use of water.

    R – Robust care – discuss and evaluate the clinical care required to support waterlabour and birth.

    B - Breathing – understand the concepts of the first breathe inc. the controversies surrounding birth underwater.

    I – Investigate options – introduce other disciplines involved in waterbirth i.e infection control.

    R – Research – discuss and appraise research surrounding safe waterbirth practice.

    T – Teaching – expanding clinical and educational needs of individual practitioners.

    H – Help – offer ongoing support through international contacts.

    Cost of attendance: Midwives £40, Student midwives £30, Birth Professionals £30

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    You can get in touch by email: [email protected] or call 0845 519 7981

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