Biomechanics for Birth Online

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Booking conditions - Please Read 

1) To book please pay on registration - for courses due in less than 4 weeks make payment in full. A £40 - £20 students, non-refundable deposit (transferable for up to 3 weeks before the course is due, or without limit for anyone on call for a birth) will secure your place - Balance payable 4 weeks before course date.

2) To avoid courses being blocked, registrations not confirmed by a deposit will be cancelled after 7 days. 

4) IMPORTANT - BOOKING REFERENCE - Please use the format BFB/dd/mm/emailaddress - eg BFB/21/04/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as a reference when you book  - If you are paying using an account other than the name you booked with please let us know in the comments section - I spend hours trying to work out who has paid sometimes!

We appreciate not everyone has the funds to pay straight away - if you are feeling the pinch let us know and we'll work something out - email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

25
Sep
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Little Birth Co September 25th 2021

25-09-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
Little Birth Company
Biomechanics for Birth Little Birth Co September 25th 2021

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.

 

29
Sep
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Online September 29th 2021

29-09-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
£90 - £60 for students - if registration is closed course is fully booked
Biomechanics for Birth Online  September 29th 2021

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.

 

Sorry, the event is now full and we could not accept more registration

06
Oct
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Online October 6th 2021

06-10-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
£90 - £60 for students - if registration is closed course is fully booked
Biomechanics for Birth Online  October 6th 2021

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.

 

Sorry, the event is now full and we could not accept more registration

22
Oct
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Online 22/23rd October 2021

22-10-2021 5:00 pm - 23-10-2021 8:30 pm
£90 - £60 for students
Biomechanics for Birth Online 22/23rd October 2021

 

 

Afternoon course -  5pm to between 8 and 8-30 pm

It will give priority to anyone wanting to attend the course in countries in these time zones but is open to bookings from europe

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and pre-recorded and written material. 

Course cost is £90 pounds per person £60 for students - this course is primarilly for people living in the USA, Canada, South America and the Caribbean - but is now open to all. 

 

 

 

26
Oct
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Wolverhampton October 26th 2021

26-10-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
Wolverhampton Midwives
Biomechanics for Birth Wolverhampton October 26th 2021

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.

 

15
Nov
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Online Monday 15th November

15-11-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
£90 - £60 for students - if registration is closed course is fully booked
Biomechanics for Birth Online  Monday 15th November

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.

 

03
Dec
2021

Biomechanics for Birth Online Friday 3rd December

03-12-2021 9:30 am -5:30 pm
£90 - £60 for students - if registration is closed course is fully booked
Biomechanics for Birth Online  Friday 3rd December

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Molly O'Brien has become a full time freelance teacher after a 20 year career as a full time clinical midwife in the NHS. Her career has been characterised by a passion to use and develop midwifery skills that help women keep birth normal.

Fed up with saying “it’s not magic - it’s science”  to colleagues asking her to "work her magic" with women, she decided she had to teach her accumulated skills. The course began as  in house teaching at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital and has evolved into an information packed mix of practical techniques, anatomy and physiology and salutogenesis. It's aimed primarily at midwives but of value to antenatal educators, doulas, physiotherapists and all other birth professionals and has already travelled regularly to venues in Spain and once as far as  Chile as well as UK presentations.

It teaches skills that have the potential to transform practice, especially when working with obstructed Labour. Molly examines the physiology of the pelvis, the biomechanics of birth, approaches to diagnosing malposition more effectively and techniques to help the pelvis and baby move into better positions for birth.

The online course offer the same information as the face to face course but are split 40/60 between live zoom sessions and prerecorded and written material. This course is being run on one day as a morning and afternoon session and is aimed at people who find it difficult to manage two consecutive days

Please note - your registration is not valid until we receive payment - please pay in full or a deposit of £40, £30 for students - balance is due 3 weeks before the course date.