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Managing Birth Variations and Complications 2-Day Workshop
Dates and venues for 2014 are:
- Daylesford 28-30 March, Tasma House - see other item here.
- Ballina 23-25 May - Ballina Beach Resort
- Noosa Heads 25-27 July - RACV Noosa Resort
- Blue Mountains 12-14 September
- Brisbane 17-19 October - to be confirmed, CBD hotel accessible by public transport
This 2-day workshop is interactive and participants will practise skills, discuss issues and share knowledge. The focus is on developing a holistic and situational approach to dealing with variations and complications. There is time for relaxing, networking and enjoying the company and support of other midwives.
At the end of this workshop, participants will understand the physiology of common variations and complications; have a ‘tool kit’ of skills and techniques that can be used to manage variations and complications; understand the legal, ethical and professional issues relating to midwifery management of variations and complications.
Note: While other birthworkers are welcome to attend other CAPERS events, this workshop is for midwives and student midwives.
You can download the workshop brochure here. Please share with colleagues. If you would like us to send you printed copies please email us from the Contact page.
Some feedback from recent workshops:
- I would recommend this workshop to all midwives regardless of practice setting.
- This was an excellent workshop, I have lots of take home messages. I loved it.
- Would recommend unreservedly to all midwives and students.
Topics include: Variations in labour pattern (OP position, anterior lip, ‘slow’ progress); meconium stained liquor; breech birth; shoulder dystocia; legal and professional issues; Neonatal resuscitation; PPH and retained placenta; perineal trauma (assessment and repair); supporting each other.
This workshop involves 13.5 contact hours, therefore 13.5 CPD points and you will be provided with a Statement of Attendance with this information. The Australian College of Midwives has endorsed the program and there are 13.5 MidPLUS points available.
- Saturday - 8am (Registration) - 5pm
- Sunday - 830am - 5pm
Participants are strongly encouraged to stay onsite for these workshops, which actually start on Friday evening with a welcome and introductions, usually in conjunction with a dinner (extra cost). In some venues priority will be given to those staying onsite.
- Standard fee $550
- If paid 60+ days in advance $450
A student discount is not available for this workshop due to its limited numbers. Other discount offers (e.g. eNews, Facebook) also do not apply to this workshop.
Places are limited please register online (or wait for confirmation of an offline registration) before purchasing airfares or accommodation.
The intention of this workshop is to be a full weekend retreat where registrants stay onsite and meals and evening activities are enjoyed as a group (note these are at additional cost). We are finalising details on accommodation for the 2014 workshops and will email this information as soon as it is available.
For the Daylesford workshop priority will be given to those staying onsite, as we are obliged to fill the whole house. Because registrant places are stricyly limited, we may have to cancel registrations of those choosing not to stay onsite to allow others to register who will stay onsite.
About the Speaker
Rachel Reed RM PhD BSc(Hons) PGCE is a Lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast and a homebirth midwife. She has practised midwifery in different care models and settings in the United Kingdom and Australia. Her PhD thesis (submitted February 2013) is an exploration of midwifery practice during birth. Rachel has written articles for journals and magazines and is the author of the popular blog site, Midwife Thinking.
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