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JPE 27.1: Beyond Lamaze: Are we missing the key to unlock women’s potential?

JPE 27.1: Beyond Lamaze: Are we missing the key to unlock women’s potential?

JPE 27.1: Beyond Lamaze: Are we missing the key to unlock women’s potential?

Sangheetha Parthasarathy, DipHB(KGH)
Sangheetha Parthasarathy, DipHB(KGH)
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 05 Apr 2018

Expiry Date: 01 Apr 2020

Last updated: 19 Jun 2018

Reference: 187307

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Sheetal Churchill (22 Apr 2018)
I totally agree with the author and I understand its needed to customize the classes carefully to make them more relevant and fruitful
Mrs Debra Polk LCCE, CLC (12 Jun 2018)
I liked the influence of new thinking for approach to teaching with PBM in future classes.

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Description

This self-paced homestudy will challenge the current paradigm of providing childbirth education.
In this article, the author shares her birth stories and uses what she has learned to rethink childbirth education and her role as a childbirth educator. There is a bridge from knowledge to action. The thinking part of the brain is like the tip of an iceberg. While the subconscious is what drives many actions, childbirth education classes often talk to the conscious, rational part of our brain. What is the fundamental trick we are missing in childbirth education?

Objectives

Discuss the effect of neocortical stimulation
A. Neocortical stimulation
B. Conscious versus subconscious brain functions
C. Forms
Describe at least one way to enhance “positive energy” of physiological birth
D. Physiological Birth
i. Enhancement
ii. Detraction
Recall the Positive Birth Movement (PBM)
E. Founding of PBM
F. Purpose of PBM
G. Example of PBM
Sangheetha Parthasarathy, DipHB(KGH)

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Sangheetha Parthasarathy, DipHB(KGH)
on behalf of Lamaze International

SANGHEETHA PARTHASARATHY is a Fellow of the University of Pennsylvania’s Social Impact Strategy program. Her career spans three continents and straddles two lives—as a customer experience strategist, drawing heavily on her background in helping Fortune 50 companies and non-profit organizations design better interactions with their customers using technology (she has a masters in computer science), and the more intuitive part of her career as a doula, hypnobirthing instructor, and a birth trauma resolution therapist. She is passionate about bringing both parts of her career together to build capacity for a new generation of birth workers, especially in developing
countries. She can be reached @worldoula on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 0.50 Hours
  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 0.25 Hours

Faculty and Disclosures

Additional Contributors

Nurse Planner: Renece Waller-Wise, MSN, RNC-OB, CNS, CLC, CNL, LCCE, FACCE

Conflicts Declared

Conflicts of Interest declaration by Author:

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User Reviews (2)

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Sheetal Churchill (22 Apr 2018)
I totally agree with the author and I understand its needed to customize the classes carefully to make them more relevant and fruitful
Mrs Debra Polk LCCE, CLC (12 Jun 2018)
I liked the influence of new thinking for approach to teaching with PBM in future classes.

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