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Evidence Based Birth®️Savvy Birth Pro

1/4/23 Workshop

  • 1/4/23 Virtual Workshop

Service Description

Evidence Based Birth® presents the Birth Savvy Pro workshop hosted by Cristina Zuniga, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, C-ONQS. Perfect for all birth workers! About this event Are you passionate about evidence-based care, but regularly witness hospital policies taking precedence over your patient's choice? It can be frustrating to watch patients receive care that isn’t based on research and not quite knowing how to help. The Savvy Birth Pro Workshop (3 contact hours) was developed by Evidence Based Birth® to give professionals the skills you need to make a genuine difference and help your patients attain the best possible chance at evidence-based care during pregnancy, labor and birth. After attending the 3-hour Savvy Birth Pro Workshop, you will walk away with confidence in your ability to help your patients assert their right to evidence-based care in a respectful way that builds bridges, not walls. We believe that the inspirational knowledge you will gain from the Savvy Birth Pro Workshop will have a positive ripple effect that extends to your patients, the professionals you work with, and your community! You’re no longer alone in the quest to help more families receive respectful, high quality maternity care! The Savvy Birth Pro Workshop does more than provide great skills; it creates a strong community of connected professionals who together share this important mission. This Savvy Birth Pro Workshop is taught by Cristina Zuniga, RN. Contact hours: By attending the workshop and completing an online evaluation, you will earn a certificate for 3 contact hours from Evidence Based Birth®, a continuing education provider for the Kentucky Board of Nursing # 7-0081. Nursing contact hours can be applied to most childbirth educator and doula certifications, as well as the Certified Professional Midwife credential. Learning Objectives: 1. Define evidence-based care and discuss statistics on the quality of birth settings in our local community 2. Discuss the major reasons why we have an evidence-practice gap, including the power hierarchy and how it is a barrier to evidence-based, family-centered care 3. Discuss ways that we can bridge the evidence-practice gap at the system level 4. Discuss specific strategies we can use to help our clients obtain evidence-based care Refund policy: Tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferred to future workshops or seminars.

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