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Clinician Workshops

Every year there are over 2,000 families affected by stillbirth. The Still Aware Clinician Training program aims to lower this alarming statistic by offering advice on how to talk to women about stillbirth prevention, how to better understand fetal movements, and how to effectively communicate with expectant parents during pregnancy.

Still Aware translates evidence-based research into easy-to-understand, measurable tools for implementation in clinical and consumer practice. Our workshops are CPD accredited, and are provided in both online, and in-person format.

Clinician Training

 

"We work with you to help improve outcomes for women and their babies. These workshops provide easy to communicate, evidence-based advice, supporting intuitive and empowering pregnancy." - Claire Foord

 

What you will learn:

  • The maternity care provider's role in detecting and managing currently known risk factors for stillbirth.

  • Understand stillbirth and the impact it has on the community at large.

  • Know how best to communicate with expectant families to keep their baby safe in-utero. 

  • Understand how monitoring fetal movements is a form of fetal surveillance.

  • How, why and when it’s important to talk to women about stillbirth.

  • Know what sort of the change in fetal movements warrants investigation.

  • Name warning signs of the mother and baby at risk.


Types of sessions:

There are three options for Clinician Trainings:

  1. Online Session (2hr Pre-Recorded Session)

  2. Online Session (2hr Live Webinar via Zoom)

  3. Face-to-face Personalised Training (we come to your workplace).

 

"Dear Claire,
I really enjoyed your clinical zoom for caregivers a couple of weeks ago. Last Thursday in my web ex antenatal class I used your brilliant Pool, Spa, Bath example for FMF. On Monday one of the participants rang citing the bath example and she hadn’t felt anything at 37 weeks. Coincidence I answered her ph call and told her to come straight in. 15 mins on a flat CTG, Cat 1 Emerg called and baby safely delivered, flat but well now in scn. Your education saved another family, and your work will continue. I just wanted to let you know that your words educate us for brilliant outcomes."

- Debra Graham (St John of God Hospital, Geelong).