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CAPERS is offering half-day workshops in SE Queensland in 2014 - responding to requests from midwives for these popular topics. On the first Saturday of the month (February-November), these will be in Brisbane, PLUS there will be three in Maleny (Sunshine Coast Hinterland).
Please note these workshops require a minimum number of registrants to go ahead. We will confirm each workshop at least two weeks in advance. If you are booking travel please email or call us first.
You can download the brochure for these workshops (in both Brisbane and Maleny) here.
Who can attend:
Whilst the workshops are specifically designed for midwives and student midwives, others are welcome (childbirth educators, doulas, birth supporters, pregnant women).
$95. Fees include morning tea. Please register early.
BONUS: If you attend 5 or more of these workshops, at the end of 2014, we'll send you a $50 gift voucher to use when you next purchase items online. Note: This offer is only available for sessions for which you paid full price (ie you must have booked 5 sessions at $95).
Each workshop is 3.5 contact hours, therefore 3.5 CPD points and you will be provided with a Statement of Attendance with this information.
Registration 8am, Workshop 8.30am -12.30pm
BRISBANE Workshop Topics and Venues
All workshops will be held in West End, Brisbane (easily accessible by driving, train and bus).
UC - West End Uniting Church Hall, 11 Sussex St (corner Vulture Street); KH - Kurilpa Hall, 174 Boundary St (near Vulture Street). Further venue information is available here and will be sent in confirmation emails.
- 6 SEPTEMBER - Why do we still … Understanding and Using Research: (KH) (RR,JJC) Exploring how research is used in midwifery practice with practical suggestions on accessing and understanding research. Participants will also learn how to use research to support practice and facilitate change. (Both Rachel Reed and Jessie Johnson Cash)
- 4 OCTOBER - Looking after the Midwife: (UC) (RR,JJC) Midwifery practice can be challenging, and sometimes results in stress and burn-out. We will explore life skills that could increase a midwife’s ability to cope with this stress. Topics will include emotional intelligence, self- care and organisational skills. (Both Rachel Reed and Jessie Johnson Cash)
- 1 NOVEMBER - Being with Women in an Imperfect System: (KH) (RR,JJC) Exploring how midwives can practise woman-centred midwifery in an imperfect maternity system. Includes roles and responsibilities, information sharing and facilitating empowerment. (Both Rachel Reed and Jessie Johnson Cash)
Maleny Workshops Topics and Dates
The Maleny workshops will be held at The Masonic Lodge,
30 Tamarind Street, Maleny. See here for more venue information.
- 16 AUGUST - Placental Birth: Part of the Birth Continuum, not just the 3rd Stage: (JJC) Active management, mixed management and physiological placental birth. What are we as midwives doing? What does the evidence say? How do we facilitate decision making with women? Plus delayed cord clamping and optimising safety. (Jessie Johnson Cash)
- 15 NOVEMBER - Helping Hands and Loving Heart: Practical Skills for Midwives and Doulas: (JJC) A practical, hands-on workshop filled with tools for supporting women in labour. With increased emphasis on the surveillance of mother and baby, the practical skills of supporting women in birth have been relegated. We will discuss and practise various comfort measures and ways of supporting women in active birth. (Jessie Johnson Cash)
Each workshop will be facilitated by either Rachel Reed (RR) or Jessie Johnson-Cash (JJC) or both Rachel and Jessie as indicated above.
Rachel Reed RM PhD BSc(Hons) PGCE is a lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast and a homebirth midwife. Rachel has practised midwifery in different care models and settings here and in the United Kingdom. Rachel is the author of the popular blog site, Midwife Thinking.
Jessie Johnson-Cash RN RM BNSc MMid is a tutor at the University of the Sunshine Coast and a homebirth midwife. She has worked in the public system as well as in private practice and is starting her PhD.
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