Microbirth Workshop Liverpool
New from the makers of Microbirth and award winning Health Professional Bridget Supple
A practical intensive one-day workshop aimed at birth professionals on the Microbiome, Birth and Breastfeeding
Aimed at childbirth educators, midwives, doulas, lactaction consulants and other heathcare professionals.
Recent science shows that it's critically important that a baby is exposed to it's mother's bacteria during pregnancy, birth and infancy.. This has long-term implications for the baby's future health and well-being.
This workshop is accredited by the Royal College of Midwives
This practical workshop filled with videos, interactive learning and group exercises reveals the secrets of the infant microbiome which will help you better support parents by giving you a full understanding about this cutting-edge research.
In this one day workshop you will learn from the work of leading scientists in the field of the microbiome.
Your confidence in the science behind the messages will be strengthened and you will leave with exercises and activities to do with parents.
In this workshop you will:
Understand the science behind the microbiome in pregnancy, birth, in breastfeeding and in infancy
Be confident about the research that exists to date
Learn ways to explain the science to parents
Qualifies as continuing education credits (check with your accreditation provider) RCM accredited
Receive a Certificate of Attendance and other handouts
Be supported by a dedicated online community
Student Rate only £45!
What an attendee said: "Bridget delivered a high-quality, evidence-based, fascinating day with many "I didn't know that!" moments... This is a public health topic with important implications from preconception, late pregnancy, birth, through to the first three years of life and beyond. It definitely fits within the remit of the first 1,000 days, as this is a crucial period for the development of the microbiome. It's not just about seeding at planned c-sections. There is so much more to it than that......[we] should be educating parents-to-be and health professionals about the microbiome. Much like place of birth, birth pool use, and optimal cord clamping, it's something that parents-to-be may not know about unless we raise their awareness of what it is and what they can do to help their baby off to a good microbiological start. It's the sort of topic that, much like the examples I've just given, is very likely to become mainstream in the future'
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Liverpool L3 8LR
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|