Mandatory Training for Midwives – Skills and Drills Workshop
Global Health Professionals Ltd are a London based training facility offering healthcare mandatory training for midwives and health and social care courses.
- The Mandatory Training for Midwives is designed to provide learners with the underpinning concepts to explore the mandatory training updates and skills needed for midwives to develop participant’s knowledge and skills in the healthcare setting and in their respective work-related areas.
- The qualification is ideal for new starters and experienced staff requiring a refresher course and is designed for the health and social care sectors including private and government hospitals – antenatal, labour and postnatal wards and neonatal units, community sector – women’s homes, local clinics, children’s centres and GP surgeries.
- The qualification has been designed to incorporate the environmental, professional, and legal aspects that impact on the midwives role, demonstrate appropriate risk assessment, antenatal screening including foetal/neonatal health assessment, Meows Chart; the concepts and theories of the complications of pregnancy, obstetric emergencies and the assessment and management of women in crisis, neonatal/maternal collapse, maternal and neonatal resuscitation; and safe practice, appropriate referral using correct equipment and proper documentation and recording process.
- To develop a critical understanding of the evidence base for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of practice and development of holistic care that meet the requirements of the professional regulatory bodies.
- Provide critical awareness of the environmental, professional, and legal aspects that impact on the midwives role.
- Demonstrate an ability to make clinical and informed judgements applying this to risk assessment.
- A systematic understanding of current knowledge and/or new insights, pertinent to antenatal screening including foetal/neonatal health assessment.
- Conceptual understanding and recognition of severe illness during pregnancy (for example, pre-eclampsia/eclampsia), evaluating methodologies and where appropriate develop critiques of them to propose improved standards of care
- Provide a continued commitment to advance knowledge and understanding of the assessment tool (Meows Chart) to outline negative influences on pregnancy.
- Recognition of obstetric emergencies (vaginal breech, cord prolapse, antepartum/postpartum haemorrhage, shoulder dystocia) providing knowledge and understanding of the assessment and management of women in acute crisis.
- Undertake a competent examination to implement safe practice and appropriate referral utilising equipment and documentation to evaluate and record the process of the obstetric emergency.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of neonatal/maternal collapse and implement sound principles in maternal and neonatal resuscitation
- Professional Standards and Policies that Impact on Practice
- NMC Standards for Education and Training
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Implementation of Roles in Placement
- Confidential Enquiries into Maternal and Infant Deaths- MBRRACE UK Report
- Risk Assessment
- Clinical Risk Assessment Tool- RAG Assessment Tool
- Venous Thromboembolism
- Maternity Early Obstetric Warning Score (MEOWS)
- National Early Warning Score (NEWS)
- Maternal and Foetal/Neonatal Assessment
- DR C M Q BRAVADO
- Interpretation of Cardiotocograph Taces
- Managing Women with Specific/Severe Conditions
- Neonatal Resuscitation
- Obstetric Emergencies
- Vaginal Breech Management
- Risks During Labour
- Breech and Procedures
- Cord Prolapse
- Antepartum and Postpartum Haemorrhage
- Risk Factors for PPH
- Management of PPH
- Shoulder Dystocia
- Perineal Trauma, Repair and Care
- Recordkeeping and Documentation- SBAR Communication Tool
- OSCE Assessment
- 1 – Shoulder Dystocia
- 2 – Breech Management
- 3 – Cord Prolapse
- 4 – Antepartum and Postpartum Haemorrhage
Knowledge and Practical Skills Assessments COMPLETED (with 3 hours practical skills participation)
Lunch will not be provided only Tea and coffee will be provided in the morning and during breaks.