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Online courses are now available for distance educational opportunities.

Care for the Lactating Body

Expires: 02/19/2022
HiveCE
3 hours of CE
ACNM# 2020/09
Details and Enrollment: https://www.hivece.com/courses...
First join massage therapist Chelsey Swan explain the benefits of breast massage, and demonstrate a simple and effective self-massage technique that you in turn can teach to your clients.
Then, CNM and IBCLC Christina Chamberlain explores persistent plugged ducts, treatment approaches, and a revolutionary new treatment option.
Questions? [email protected]


Functional Nutrition and BioIndividuality in the Prevention and Management of Gestational Diabetes
Expires: 02/20/2022
6 hours of CE
ACNM# 2020/02
Details and Enrollment: Management of GDM

Midwife and Nutritionist, Sarah Lax, provides you with a unique framework to support each individual client and their specific challenges. This course explores the evidence and efficacy of practices used to support GDM, from diet assessments and sleep strategies, to inflammation and nutrient therapy, and much more. You will learn to implement this framework to become the effective wellness detective your clients need to catapult their GDM prevention or management plan towards greater success and healthy habit change for life.

Questions? [email protected]


Homebirth Practice Essentials – Online Course
Expires: 4/4/2021
Wise Woman Care Midwifery Education
6.0 CEs/60 contact hours
ACNM #2019/031
Details and Enrollment: http://wisewomancare.com/midwifery-education.html

A 60-hour 6 week asynchronous online course for midwives interested in operating an independent homebirth practice. The first two weeks introduce the history of homebirth, why homebirth is desired, the role of the midwife in the homebirth setting, a national and international homebirth perspective, safety (what the studies show), legal issues including regulation of homebirth practice, and an overview of protocols, standards and guidelines. The next four weeks expand upon the introduction. Covered areas include: self-assessment, practice structure, informed consent and client responsibility, routes to obtaining homebirth experience, creating a business plan, compiling practice documents, creating consulting relationships, obtaining skills and equipment, licenses and certifications, accessing labs and radiology, compiling documents for clients, charting in the electronic age, birth assistants, social aspects of homebirth, liability, insurance credentialing, billing essentials, data collection, peer review, computer resources and self-care.


Transfer Tools for Midwives, EMS, and Hospital Providers
Expires: 10/16/2021
HiveCE
4 hours of CE
ACNM# 2019/085
Details and Enrollment: Transfer Tools

This one-of-a-kind course:
  • is a curriculum designed by and for midwives, emergency services personnel, nurses, and receiving hospital providers
  • shares new collaborative methods for improving home birth and birth center to hospital transfers
  • teaches communication skills critical to keep calm and clear during stressful situations
  • includes clinical best practices
  • models scenarios demonstrating these best practices for communication and care
  • teaches creative tools for bridging relationships with other provider types
  • includes everything you need to know about the other providers involved to support optimal care and smooth transfer across all settings of a community birth transfer
Questions? [email protected]


Labor After Cesarean in the Community Setting: Recent Research and Clinical Implications

Expires: 01/29/2022
HiveCE
6 hours of CE
ACNM# 2020/05
Details and Enrollment: Labor After Cesarean

For this presentation, Dr. Cheyney's research team further analyzed the LAC cohort within MANA Stats (2.0 and 4.0), with three research aims: 1) to describe the demographics of women choosing community VBAC; 2) to characterize the prenatal and intrapartum care provided; and 3) to report birth outcomes for planned community VBACs. In light of findings from this research and those of other international studies on LAC, Dr. Cheyney will presents evidence-informed guidelines for shared decision-making, risk assessment, and the management of care for families planning LAC in the community setting.

Questions? [email protected]


Essential Oils for the Birth Kit - Online Course
Expires: 09/25/2021
Daily Nectar Essentials
6 CEs/0.6 CEU 
ACNM# 2019/099
Details and Enrollment: Daily Nectar Essentials CEU Course
This training course teaches participants safe and effective clinical uses for essential oils during pregnancy, labor, postpartum, and infancy. Instructor, Stephanie McBride, is a Certified Clinical Herbalist and Aromatherapist with 25 years of combined education and professional experience with this topic. She has published a book and presented this information across the US and in eight different countries for Universities, Health Fairs, and Midwifery Conferences.
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