Participants will recall the pre/post intervention outcomes of the utilization of a clinical practice guideline for second-stage labor.
Describe the Pre/Post outcome results of a clinical practice guideline for second stage labor.
Participants will be able to recognize language within their own curriculum that does not provide true informed consent.
Learner will be able to discuss childbearing rights of pregnant people including the meaning of informed consent.
Learner will be able to examine and modify activities within their childbirth education curriculum to model and reinforce informed consent.
The participant will walk away with an understanding of common terms and labels relating to variations in gender, sexuality, and family structure and be able to incorporate inclusive language skills in their classes to ensure all families feel welcomed.
Participants will discuss common terms and labels relating to variations in gender, sexuality, and family structure
Participants will describe the social context of LGBTQ parenting and some of the challenges present for these families
Participants will identify 5 strategies to be inclusive of LGBTQ families in their childbirth education classes
Participants will apply the concept of the GRACE acronym to effectively facilitate new parent support groups
Apply the concept of GRACE to manage parent groups
Participants will be invited to develop strategies to promote diversity in their classes.
Describe culturally influenced health disparities
Learner will identify a culturally sensitive teaching philosophy
Participants will be encouraged to reclaim the sexuality of the childbearing year by enhancing awareness of holistic sexuality (physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual empowerment).
List three ways positive sexuality can be incorporated into a childbirth education class
Describe two ways the use of inclusive LGBTQAI curricula can enhance a childbirth education class
Participants will identify strategies to help support learning and development in the home and social contexts.
Describe three features of the home learning environment that support learning and development.
Identify ways to promote children’s language and cognitive development.
Describe the role of multi-modal coordination in helping children learn new words within the social context.
Participants will gain an understanding of the current and historical context for maternal health disparities, as well as identify how community-based frameworks can support better care for vulnerable populations.
Participants will understand the current and historical context for data points around maternal health disparities in the United States.
Participants will understand the importance of community based support and interventions in the context of eliminating health disparities.
Participants will understand how core elements of community based health improvement framework are utilized at birthing beautiful communities.
Participants will be able to identify ways they may be inadvertently building unrealistic expectations for birth and postpartum and they will learn more supportive ways to weave postpartum/parenting preparation throughout their childbirth classes.
Identify ways childbirth educators may inadvertently build unrealistic postpartum expectations
Describe different cultural ideals and trends adding to the unrealistic expectations shared by most new parents
Understand the power of using stories and metaphor with parents to create learning that lasts
Childbirth educators will be informed in order to educate parents on preeclampsia advocacy.
Participants will learn strategies for providing patient education about preeclampsia symptoms in order to reduce time to diagnosis and improve birth outcomes.
Participants will acquire tools for providing patient education about preeclampsia symptoms in order to reduce time to diagnosis and improve birth outcomes.
Participants will understand the importance of both prenatal and postpartum vigilance to report concerning symptoms that may herald the onset of preeclampsia, including postpartum preeclampsia.
Participants will recognize that racial disparities in preeclampsia contribute to higher incidence and worse outcomes for black women in the United States.