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Maternity Simulation Courses

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Midwife Preceptorship

Course Lead - Kate Abbot -  kateabbott1@nhs.net

Appropriate for:

Appropriate for newly qualified midwives who have joined the Trust.

The aims of the one day course are:

Simulation based training with practice development team and other newly qualified midwives to allow opportunity for introduction to SIM based training within CDDFT and to take part in simulated obstetric emergencies and drills.

Outcome:

CPD hours

ESR updated

 

Essential Maternity Training- day 2

Course Lead - Kate Abbot - kateabbott1@nhs.net

Appropriate for:

Face to face training for maternity staff. Part of mandated annual programme.

The aims of the one day course are:

Simulation based training as a proactive approach to reduce risk and errors within maternity care, improving teamwork and communication whilst addressing other human factors. Simulations are set within the acute setting with varying obstetric emergencies and drills.

Outcome:

CPD hours

Mandatory training requirement/ESR updated

Non ESR user- certificate.

 

Community Midwife SIM.

Course Lead - Kate Abbot - kateabbott1@nhs.net

Appropriate for:

Appropriate for any community midwife or community based maternity staff.

The aims of the one day course are:

Simulation based training as a proactive approach to reduce risk and errors within maternity care, improving teamwork and communication whilst addressing other human factors. Simulations are set within the community midwifery and domestic setting with varying obstetric emergencies and drills.

Outcome:

CPD hours

 

Maternal AIMS (Acute Illness Management)

Course Lead - Kate Abbot - kateabbott1@nhs.net

Appropriate for:

Obstetric doctors

Anaesthetic doctors

Midwives

The aims of the one day course are:

To optimize the outcomes for women at risk of developing acute illness.Maximize the efficient use of critical care servies.

Promote a multidisciplinary approach to care.Enhance the knowledge, confidence and performance of ward staff dealing with acutely ill women.

Encourage teamwork and communication.

Address clinical governance and risk.

Outcome:

CPD hours

Non ESR user- certificate.

'As I was very, very nervous, I must have been the worst patient ever and they were brilliant with me and I can't thank them enough - could you please pass on my sincere thanks.'

Patient, Hysteroscopy Unit, Chester-le-Street Community Hospital