Decreasing Fear in Childbirth

Product Code: HBA491

Price: $29.95

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In this recorded webinar, attendees will learn how to reduce fear surrounding childbirth through teaching, resourcing, and providing evidence-based information and care from pregnancy to postpartum. Attendees will learn how to reduce fear regarding medical, physical, mental, and social aspects of childbirth.
Presented by Lisa Searle, BSN, RN and Hannah Sapp, CD(DONA), LCCE, LAS
This training offers 1.0 contact hour of credit for nurses who meet all requirements. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 16061 for 1.0 contact hour.
 
Outline:

1.   PHO’s Role in Pregnancy Support

a.   Clinical support

b.   Education

c.    Referrals

2.   Social Factors

a.   Stigma/rejection

b.   Socioeconomic status

c.    Education/Career

d.   Health concerns

3.   Conception

a.   Anatomy

b.   Pregnancy wheel

4.   Stages of Pregnancy

a.   First trimester

b.   Second trimester

c.    Third trimester

5.   Fetal Development

a.   First trimester

b.   Second trimester

c.    Third trimester

6.   Prenatal Care

a.   Appointments

b.   Testing

c.    High risk pregnancy

d.   Paying for prenatal care