Breech Birth Network Blog
The team at Sygehus Sønderjylland, the University Hospital of Southern Denmark, has created a wonderful new series of training videos for upright breech birth. We are thrilled to be able to share them with you! The creation of the videos was led by obstetrician Kamilla Gerhard-Nielsen, who also led the implementation of the upright breech […]
Update 17 March: This was our final submission. You are invited to an open discussion about the Draft of the new NICE Antenatal Care Guideline. Breech Birth Network would like to collect the views of families who have experienced a breech presentation at term and care providers on the draft guidance. The NICE Antenatal Care […]
‘Physiological breech birth’ is an approach to care informed by evidence about the physiological processes of vaginal breech births, and an approach to clinical education based on evidence about how professionals learn to facilitate breech births.
Physiological breech birth training is now available via the Touch Surgery app. This QR code will take you to a page where you can download the app. FREE to use and distribute. The training is based on research about physiological breech birth and the methods we teach in our one-day course. Thank you to the […]
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