Courses for Midwives
GENERAL NON-MIDWIFERY COURSES
New Online English Language Course Starting in September 2020
Are you a nurse or a midwife working in a public hospital/ health centre in Erbil Governorate interested in learning the English Language? If so, you may want to join our new online English language course that will start on 8 September 2020 and will run for 3 months every Tuesday at 1.30 pm (1 hour). The course is free of charge and all you need is Zoom application (www.zoom.us) on your computer or mobile phone. If you are interested, copy the link below, paste it to your browser and register until 3 September. If you need further information, please send an email to email@example.com.
We look forward to learning English together.
GENERAL MIDWIFERY COURSES
Helping Babies Breathe
Helping Babies Breathe teaches birth attendants (midwives, nurses, doctors) how to care for a newborn baby at birth and how to stimulate the breathing in babies who do not breathe well or do not breathe at all when born. The course is designed to master ventilation skills with bag and mask that can save the life of a newborn baby. If you deliver babies or assist in deliveries, consider participating in this course to improve your knowledge and skills and develop your competence.
Helping Mothers Survive -
Bleeding after Birth
HMS Bleeding after Birth Course is designed to help birth attendants achieve mastery of skills needed to safely and effectively prevent, detect, and manage postpartum haemorrhage. The course works together with Helping Babies Breathe programme to build skills of health workers to competently care for both mother and baby during and after birth. To join the next training, contact us soon.
Essential Care of Every Baby
The Essential Care of Every Baby Course teaches health providers how to assess newborn babies, classify them according to the absence or presence of a health problem and provide care based on the assessment. It helps nurses and midwives identify and deal with danger signs that may require advanced care. If this knowledge and skills can help in your work, contact us to secure your place on the next training.
Essential Care of Small Babies
Essential Care of Small Babies focuses on the care of the well small baby, especially on maintaining a normal temperature, supporting breastfeeding and alternative feeding methods to give breast milk, preventing infections, and recognising and responding to problems and signs of illness. If you are working with newborn babies and are interested in this course contact us for more information.