Expect the Unexpected CEU Seminar
Expect the unexpected™: MIDWIVES HANDLING COMPLICATIONS IN OUT-OF-HOSPITAL SETTINGS
This four day intensive seminar, Expect the Unexpected™: Midwives Handling Complications in Out-Of-Hospital Settings, worth 36 MEAC ACCREDITED CEU HOURS, gives interactive and hands-on training for midwives on successfully handing complications in the Antepartum, Intrapartum, Postpartum and Newborn Periods, including pharmacology, laboratory testing, and working collaboratively to optimize home to hospital transports.
Learners will prepare for the unexpected by being trained to anticipate complications and react swiftly and decisively, using role playing with clinical models. Instruction will build learner’s complex competencies in psycho motor skills, communication and clinical decision making skills plus evidence-based knowledge needed to perform these skills. Objective Structured Clinical Evaluations (OSCE) stations will be utilized for skills acquisition and verification simulation models, and written tests will cement learning.
Instructors and Creators of this Course: Vicki Penwell, Founder and Director of Mercy In Action, has midwifed over 2,500 out-of- hospital births. Ian and Rose Penwell, a husband/wife midwife team, have attended home and birth center births for the past decade. All three Penwells are CPMs and Licensed Midwives who work both with low risk women in America and high risk mothers in Asia. They have gained a reputation for teaching midwife skills with an effective and engaging style that truly gives the learner confidence.
Full seminar: $900
Paying 60 days ahead = $800
Paying 30 days ahead = $850
Doing Bridge with Mercy and paying 30 days ahead = $700
(see http://www.mercyinaction.com/bridge to qualify)
Per day: $300 per day
The per day fee is not discountable.
There are no refunds for any reason except a birth on the actual day of the seminar day you miss. If you cannot attend for any other reason, we will gladly transfer your fees to another live seminar we teach, or convert them into a tax-deductable donation.
June 27-30, 2017
July 10-13, 2017
February 20-23, 2018
February 27-March 2, 2018
March 7-10, 2018
May 22-25, 2018
April 17-20, 2018
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CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
CEU: 36 hours
I. Common and not-so-common complications encountered during the provision of midwifery care in the Antepartum, Intrapartum, Postpartum, and Newborn Periods
II. Situations requiring diagnostic labs, ultrasound, other tests
III. Therapeutic drug treatments and Care Plans
IV. Pharmacology of appropriate drug treatments
V. Appropriate consults, referrals, and transports
VI. Mitigating the risks & trauma of a complication
VII. Hands-on practice in simulation emergencies throughout each day, Objective Structured Clinical Evaluation (OSCE) check offs, and stations for practicing skills such as suturing, IV, and injections.
Complication topics for review and practice will include, but not be limited to:
Medical conditions in early pregnancy - Bleeding in pregnancy Ectopic pregnancy - Multiple gestation -Hyperemesis gravidarum - Preterm labor - Postterm pregnancy - Placenta previa - Urinary tract infection - STIs Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia - Trauma or violence in pregnancy - Gestational trophoblastic disease- Fetal growth disorders - Gestational diabetes - Labor dystocia - Twins - Breech- Fetal distress - Shoulder Dystocia - Placenta abruption - Placenta accreta - Post-partum hemorrhage - Secondary post-partum hemorrhage - Endometritis - Post-partum Psychosis - Thrombophlebitis - Respiratory distress in the newborn -Birth defects Meconium aspiration - Birth injuries - and more....
8 am to 5:30 pm daily
Each of the 4 days are focused as follows:
Complications in the Antepartum Period (9 hours)
Complications in the Intrapartum Period (9 hours)
Complications in the Postpartum Period (9 hours)
Complications in the Newborn Period (9 hours)