We have listed some useful resources for you to access. If you would like us to mention your services, please contact us.
- E-Learning For Healthcare -You can find various interactive resources from E-Learning including interpreting electronic fetal monitoring. Please visit the E-Learning website for more information.
- Atain; Avoiding term admissions into neonatal units – to improve outcomes for babies, mothers and families through the delivery of safer care.
- Midwives Information and Resource Service – MIDIRS online offers some study skills for students on their website.
- The National Screening Committee – The NHS provide a free Antenatal and Newborn E-learning module which can be found on their CPD website.
- The Royal College of Midwives I-learn – new i-learn courses including Saving Babies lives, Bereavement, the Changing NHS and Dealing with Complaints. Visit their I-learn site for a great learning resource.
- Rachel Hayden’s bereavement photography online courses by Gifts Of Remembrance are now available.
Action On Pre-eclampsia
- Midwives E-Learning Presentation
St.George’s University of London
Perineal assessment and repair following childbirth: the FAB training method (training DVD) – £59. Please visit their website to purchase.
Maternal Mental Health
NHS Education for Scotland has created two e-learning modules on maternal mental health aimed at all who work with pregnant women and new mothers. Visit the website for more details.
CMV Action is offering midwives a short training module, following high demand from healthcare professionals to learn about congenital CMV. Midwives can do the module online, which provides information about how the virus can spread, the symptoms, and ways the risk of CMV can be reduced during pregnancy.
In response to the issues outlined in CESDI reports, Baby Lifeline has produced an exciting and informative educational video series for junior doctors and midwives. Modern technology offers new opportunities for health professionals to better understand the behaviour and environment of the baby in the womb. The BIRTH Series (2000), “Learning from CESDI”, has been produced by leading experts. They draw on individual strengths and knowledge in order to present a balanced viewpoint on aspects of technology and modern healthcare management. Together within clinical governance, the series uses the foundations of best evidence and a willingness to learn from mistakes in order to bridge the skills gap. It is hoped the series will help to promote an understanding of potential problems that may occur during the birth process. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives have officially endorsed the programme and we are also working in association with the recent “Working towards Safer Childbirth” document produced by both colleges. For more information, please visit Baby Lifeline’s website.