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JPE 21.1 Styles Vary When Teaching Expectant Parents About Medications

JPE 21.1 Styles Vary When Teaching Expectant Parents About Medications

JPE 21.1 Styles Vary When Teaching Expectant Parents About Medications

Barbara A. Hotelling, WHNP-BC, CD(DONA), LCCE
Barbara A. Hotelling, WHNP-BC, CD(DONA), LCCE
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 31 Jan 2017
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Last updated: 04 Dec 2018

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Marsha Barr Reed (4 Dec 2018)
I like the idea of incorporating the discussion of pain & pain management throughout the class.
bonnie rollema (25 Oct 2018)
Gave me some new ideas regarding presentations.
Latika Krepanand (19 Dec 2017)
As a Lamaze instructor it is v helpful to know the different ways to help expectant moms handle their choice for medication

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Description

In this column, the author presents information from prominent Lamaze childbirth educators and from the literature to describe various options that educators can share with expectant parents regarding the use of pain relief medications during labor and birth. Ann Tumblin teaches about epidurals in a hospital class without losing sight of evidence-based practices that support normal birth. Jessica English focuses her classes on the natural processes of giving birth and spends only a little time presenting information about pain medications. Judith Lothian encourages educators to consider a new framework for Lamaze classes that involves letting go of the details and incorporating Lamaze’s six Healthy Birth Practices and storytelling.

Participants can earn 1.0 Lamaze Contact Hour upon successful completion.

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To gain an understanding of:
Various options that educators can share with expectant parents regarding the use of pain relief medications during labor and birth. Gain an understanding on how to advise about epidurals in a hospital class without losing sight of evidence-based practices that support normal birth.
Barbara A. Hotelling, WHNP-BC, CD(DONA), LCCE

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Barbara A. Hotelling, WHNP-BC, CD(DONA), LCCE
on behalf of Lamaze International

BARBARA A. HOTELLING is the perinatal nurse coordinator for the Maternal and Child Health Program and a nurse practitioner in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. She has served as the president of Lamaze International and of DONA International, as well as chair of the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services.l!

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User Reviews (6)

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Marsha Barr Reed (4 Dec 2018)
I like the idea of incorporating the discussion of pain & pain management throughout the class.
bonnie rollema (25 Oct 2018)
Gave me some new ideas regarding presentations.
Latika Krepanand (19 Dec 2017)
As a Lamaze instructor it is v helpful to know the different ways to help expectant moms handle their choice for medication
Diane Benthall (17 Jul 2018)
I always like new suggestions on ways to present medication options.
Sibyl Turner (13 Sep 2018)
Great "food for thought" and appreciate update on resources.
Nicia Platt (12 Sep 2018)
I enjoyed learning the details of Penny Simkin's "Pain Medication Preference Scale." This article is well written and informative.

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