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Participants gain experience providing emergency obstetric care and neonatal resuscitation in non-hospital settings. The settings will be home births, birthing houses or midwife-led birthing units. In addition, all those attending the face-to-face course have access to the Online Course on Obstetric Emergencies for 12 months.
Obstetric emergencies are so basic and important and there are so many false myths, doubts and bad practices….
The Course helps to internalize, understand and finally know exactly the steps to follow, quickly, without hesitation and effectively to obtain the best possible results in each situation.
We must always do the best, but for this we need to be up to date and have the knowledge, practically automated once understood…
Having access to this course helps us make it possible!”
Inmaculada Sarriés (Obstetric Emergencies Online Course, 202
Due to environmental considerations, teacher presentation PDFs and other documents related to this event are available online.
Doctor, midwife and researcher at the “Health System Innovation Lab”, London. Where she develops a program on the improvement of the health system and social services through innovative systems. She identifies maternal and newborn health inequities in vulnerable groups such as Asian and Black women.
She has worked as a midwife in both community and hospital settings, providing delivery care in Midwifery Led Care Units and OB-led units.
Ella is a member of the editorial board of The Practicing Midwife and author of articles for professional journals on Midwifery.
She has also recently contributed to a book on managing childbirth emergencies in low-tech settings, such as at home Managing childbirth emergencies in the community & low – tech settings
Midwife with an experience of more than 20 years, her career has covered many aspects of our profession.
Sarah has a particular interest in neonatal resuscitation and is a board certified specialist in the field.
She has collaborated in the development of midwifery in Nepal, creating the curriculum for the training of midwives. She frequently travels to the country supervising the study process.
Her passion is low intervention midwifery and she firmly believes that it is a fundamental right of women to choose and take control of their own birthing process.
Sarah currently works in a midwife-led unit supporting women in 24/7 physiological labour, including many water births, and also mentors students in this area.
From a very young age, Hayley dreamed of becoming a midwife, to support and empower women during their pregnancy and childbirth.
She works at the University Hospital of Norfolk and Norwich, where she implements Birth Reflections- A conferencing service that brings clarity and understanding to women and their families by reviewing medical history during traumatic births. Hayley creates a space for reflection between the professional and the woman where what happened is debated.
She is also responsible for the Defense of Professional Midwifery (PMA), which defends the midwifery team, through personal and professional resilience, to improve the quality of care.