sensitive midwifery baby & toddler sleep seminar

Sensitive Midwifery always strives to go the extra mile and give midwives and related maternity professionals interesting information, innovative advisory techniques and empowering evidence. Thanks to our generous Symposium sponsors, we have added two free half-day seminars to our 2019 programme. These seminars offer delegates information quite different from that on the countrywide, official Symposium programme.

There are three main elements to each of the two seminars:

  1. Pregnancy digestive health to ensure best practice in antenatal care
  2. Complementary remedies in maternal and infant care – make sure you know the important basics
  3. Workshop: Sensitive Baby and Toddler Sleep Advisory Guide

Sleep is one of the most common challenges mothers experience in modern urban environments. Misinformation abounds and consequently women and babies experience serious adverse effects. This workshop will help ensure you can give evidence-based, sensitive advice that really works and ensure that you extend your scope of practice in order to increase your professional value. It will also help you be able to answer mothers’ common questions with certainty and not only based on information you assume to be correct and helpful.

These two seminars are applicable to all basic-trained nurse-midwives working in any sector (independent practice, private and public hospitals, educational institutions; government sector), and responsible for giving antenatal, postnatal, well-baby clinic and general parenting advice.

East London

7 March 2019

Register

Johannesburg

10 October 2019

Register

alternative ways to book

Download, complete and send the application form to info@sensitivemidwifery.co.za.

You will receive Sensitive Midwifery’s confirmation of booking and be kept updated on any important details and the course venue by email.

download form

sensitive midwifery baby & toddler sleep seminar

Sensitive Midwifery always strives to go the extra mile and give midwives and related maternity professionals interesting information, innovative advisory techniques and empowering evidence. Thanks to our generous Symposium sponsors, we have added two free half-day seminars to our 2019 programme. These seminars offer delegates information quite different from that on the countrywide, official Symposium programme.

There are three main elements to each of the two seminars:

  1. Pregnancy digestive health to ensure best practice in antenatal care
  2. Complementary remedies in maternal and infant care – make sure you know the important basics
  3. Workshop: Sensitive Baby and Toddler Sleep Advisory Guide

Sleep is one of the most common challenges mothers experience in modern urban environments. Misinformation abounds and consequently women and babies experience serious adverse effects. This workshop will help ensure you can give evidence-based, sensitive advice that really works and ensure that you extend your scope of practice in order to increase your professional value. It will also help you be able to answer mothers’ common questions with certainty and not only based on information you assume to be correct and helpful.

These two seminars are applicable to all basic-trained nurse-midwives working in any sector (independent practice, private and public hospitals, educational institutions; government sector), and responsible for giving antenatal, postnatal, well-baby clinic and general parenting advice.

East London

7 March 2019

Register

Johannesburg

10 October 2019

Register

alternative ways to book

Download, complete and send the application form to info@sensitivemidwifery.co.za.

You will receive Sensitive Midwifery’s confirmation of booking and be kept updated on any important details and the course venue by email.

download form

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