Some very exciting news….
Dr. Rachel Reed is coming to Perth to talk about physiological labour and birth and induction of labour – what’s the evidence and how care providers and birth doulas can support women through inductions.
This workshop is open to midwives, obstetricians, health care providers, childbirth educators, birth workers, doulas, pregnant women and anyone interested in labour and birth.
Dr Rachel Reed is a Senior Lecturer and Discipline Leader in Midwifery at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
She has practised midwifery in a range of models and settings in the United Kingdom and Australia. Rachel is committed to the promotion of physiological birth, and of women’s innate ability to birth and mother.
She is a writer, researcher and presenter, and is the author of the MidwifeThinking website that many birth workers around the world refer clients to on a regular basis.
Rachel has agreed to come to Perth to share her knowledge about physiological birth, inductions and special circumstances.
She will be talking about:
PHYSIOLOGICAL LABOUR AND BIRTH
This session will explore physiological labour from early labour through to birthing the placenta. We will examine physiology and the importance of women’s instincts for safe birthing. Current research will be discussed in relation to how best to support women during a physiological labour.
INDUCTION OF LABOUR
This session will explore induction of labour. We will look at the variations and complications of pregnancy that result in recommendations for induction. Common practice will be compared to current research and clinical guidelines. We will learn about the induction process, and the complications associated with the interventions involved. The effectiveness of alternative methods of induction will be evaluated. We will also look at how best to support women having an induction and the options available within the process.
Rachel will also be able to tell you more about her new book she will be releasing soon.
Here is a link to Rachel’s website:
Workshop details are as follows:
EARLY BIRD PRICE
$295 payable in full to confirm your place up until 31st March.
From the 1st April the price will be $345 payable in full to confirm your place.
Your investment in this workshop includes tea / coffee on arrival, morning tea, lunch (special diets can be catered for), afternoon tea and continuous tea / coffee throughout the day.
Places are strictly limited; therefore, please be quick with your registration and full payment is required to confirm your seat. Attendance can be counted as CPD hours for midwives.
To purchase your tickets please contact the workshop coordinator Vicki Hobbs by email [email protected]
To avoid additional fees, please make your payment by direct debit to the account shown below and email this form to [email protected] for registration. You will receive confirmation of your registration in addition to your pre-workshop reading material once payment has been confirmed.
You also need to provide your Facebook email (this is the email that you log into Facebook with if you have an account). This will enable you to be added to Ginny’s private Spinning Babies Facebook community for ongoing support and discussions) after the workshop.
If you have a business, please provide your business details so that you can be listed on my website for pregnant women hoping to find a trained Spinning Babies practitioner.
** PLEASE NOTE: This is a non-refundable and non-transferable event. Once you have registered if you cannot make it, you are welcome to find someone to take your place. We will do our best to try and assist you, however there are no guarantees. **
Please make payment to the following account:
DIRECT DEBIT: BSB 306114 ACCOUNT 0297545
ACCOUNT NAME: WELL WOMAN SANCTUARY
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The Doula Training Academy was established to educate, inform, encourage, research and to provide an ongoing support network for Doulas across Australia.
At the Doula Training Academy, we embrace the collective knowledge gained from training, tradition and experience and this is passed down from generation to generation – like a legend or folklores. We recognise that it is not just about being present at a woman’s birth – there is so much more to being a doula. Being a doula is about “listening” to a mother, so you hear and acknowledge her hopes, fears and doubts. It is about “open discussion” with her to develop a birth plan that encourages autonomy, alternatives and choices.
It is about building “rapport” with her and her partner so that they trust you. It is about “eliminating your ego” as you can never think you know it all – every day you must strive to learn something new or different, and that will always highlight you as a quality service that provides a woman “satisfaction that exceeds her expectations.”
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