Midwifery Challenges - CPD Conference
- : Melbourne VIC 3000
Modern midwifery is increasingly demanding. Rapid social changes and new evidence are affecting the way that midwives practice. Attend this annual Ausmed Education event to explore some of these challenges. Take time out to network with like-minded colleagues. Learn about:
- The neonatal gut microbiome
- Group B streptococcal infection - applying evidence to practice
- Recognising and responding to neonatal sepsis
- Pumps, cups, syringes and fingers - a look at alternative feeding techniques
- The secret life of serotonin and much, much more...
Ausmed Education’s Midwifery Challenges - CPD Conferences are always highly evaluated and very popular. They are relevant to all midwives working in any setting and offer you a wonderful opportunity to ensure your knowledge does not slip. Don’t miss out - book now!
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The Goal Need for Program
In recent years birthing has increased in Australia. It is inevitable that there are gaps in the knowledge of many midwives in relation to latest research and the emerging issues that face them in the current practice setting. The context in which midwives practice is increasingly complex and making demands on the ever-expanding scope of practice. The link between education and the provision of quality care to mothers and their babies is indisputable. A broad range of education relating to contemporary midwifery practice will assist in closing gaps in knowledge and practice.
Purpose of Program
This conference provides a broad range of education relevant to midwifery practice that will enhance the provision of quality care to mothers and babies.
Your learning outcomes:
Apply evidence-based knowledge about several clinical aspects of midwifery care including breastfeeding which will improve the health and safety of mother and baby
Monitor the mother and baby during the perinatal period taking into consideration conditions that impact on best possible outcomes
Provide compassionate care to a woman who has challenges associated with the perinatal experience
Inter-professional collaboration will be optimised to enhance mother and baby outcomes
To Be Determined