San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Wednesday, November 14 & November 28, 2012
This 16-hour Train the Trainer workshop provides the evidence, knowledge and skills participants need to confidently train nurses on early mother-infant attachment and breastfeeding in the hospital setting. It will highlight the teaching techniques and tools necessary to enhance the classroom experience. Emphasis will be on honoring the nurses’ feelings and building her confidence in her clinical skills.
It is designed as a Staff Training Curriculum to meet the Baby-Friendly USA 4-D Pathway Guidelines, 2010 Edition.
This workshop is lively and participatory with interactive activities. It is limited to 25 participants.
We will provide participants with a CD containing the PowerPoint to teach Birth and Beyond.
Following the didactic presentations, participants will be able to:
¨ Identify a variety of teaching methods;
¨ State the importance of connecting to participants when teaching;
¨ Coordinate and teach a portion of the Birth & Beyond Los Angeles curriculum;
¨ Demonstrate appropriate responses to challenging teaching situations.
Participants should bring:
¨ Laptop computer (one per hospital)
¨ BBC/BBLA curriculum (if attended)
¨ 1.5”-2” empty binder
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