Training

A 'normal' breech baby - well-flexed, with lots of room to move

A ‘normal’ breech baby – well-flexed, with lots of room to move

The Breech Birth Network is an international network of health professionals (midwives and doctors) who are sharing skills and experience to advance the practice of modern breech birth. We provide RCM-accredited professional updates and study days, featuring core clinical skills and current research. We have a Facebook forum for professionals.

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Train the Trainers, Chesterfield, 29 May 2018 — Register through Eventbrite

If you are a clinical skills trainer (of midwives, obstetricians or paramedics) and you would like to gain more experience teaching physiological breech birth, you are welcome to assist us on a study day near you. You will begin with assisting others to practice the manoeuvres and when you are comfortable will be invited to deliver the lecture content with our support.  Visit our spreadsheet to find out where we will be, then contact us to let us know you would like to join us. Teaching frequently is an evidence-based way to develop breech expertise. Read more.

Physiological Breech Birth Study day, Coventry, 30 May 2018 — Register through Eventbrite

Read about past study days for more information.

Mor skal op at stå, når baby vil til verden med numsen først: Ny metode skal lette fødsler og sikre færre kejsersnit

If you are a woman pregnant with a breech baby and looking for support, below are some good resources:

Some other sources of training:

To book an RCM-approved Breech Birth Network training day at your hospital, contact Emma Spillane using the contact form below.

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