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Essential Content for a Lamaze Childbirth Education Class - Your “GPS Guide”

Essential Content for a Lamaze Childbirth Education Class - Your “GPS Guide”

Essential Content for a Lamaze Childbirth Education Class - Your “GPS Guide”

Lamaze International
Lamaze International
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 09 Apr 2020
Expiry Date: 09 Apr 2023

Last updated: 30 Jul 2020

Reference: 195348

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Lizbeth Fernández (28 Jul 2020)
Estaría excelente que hubiera una transcripción de todo el contenido. Buen material y buena guía para construir nuestras sesiones y cerciorarse del contenido esencial
Mrs Susan Givens BSN, RNC-OB, MPH, LCCE (21 Jul 2020)
Helpful to the recertification process
Dr Judith Ann Mayer DNP, MA, R.N., LCCE, IBCLC, FACCE (17 Jul 2020)
excellent overview of the evidence-based six healthy birth practices and suggested content

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Description

Completion of this course fulfills the "Essential Content" contact hour for Lamaze re-certification in 2020, 2021, 2022.

Are you up to date on the newly published, required “Essential Content” and know what it means for you? Have you been wondering if it’s still a requirement for your classes to be 12 hours long to be officially called a “Lamaze Class”? This webinar will provide you with a “GPS Guide” to the updated Guidelines for Lamaze Childbirth Education Classes. You will learn how to integrate the Goals of a Lamaze class using the new re-branded Lamaze messaging. We’ll discuss the Purpose behind establishing essential content for all Lamaze classes and clarify the included list of topics. Lastly, we’ll introduce Strategies offered by Lamaze to refresh your classes using these new guidelines. Whether you are a seasoned educator or a brand new educator needing ideas on how to get started, this workshop will give you the opportunity to ensure your classes meet the guidelines to be called a “Lamaze Class”.

Disclaimer: This webinar was written and produced prior to the full effects of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic realized in March 2020. We recognize that references to class size options and activities may not be in accordance with the safety guidelines set by our government. Please use your own discretion. Lamaze expresses their heartfelt thoughts to anyone who has been affected by this unprecedented pandemic

Objectives

Identify the requirements needed for an educational offering to be identified as a Lamaze session, class, or class series.
Describe your potential class population and identify ways you can reach more participants by addressing equity barriers
State the Learning Outcome and Essential Content for a Lamaze Childbirth Class
Apply strategies for incorporating evidence-based content into your classes utilizing interactive teaching techniques.
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Lamaze International
on behalf of Lamaze International

Presented by: Deborah Petersburg, BS, LCCE, FACCE

Debbie has been a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator since 1996 and became a Fellow in the American College of Childbirth Educators in 2003. She served as Chair of the Educator and Trainer Resources Committee on the Education Council from 2013-2019 where she helped produce numerous updates to educator resources to reflect the new re-branded Lamaze messaging. Most recently, she was the Project Chair and Lead Editor of the newly designed Lamaze Educator Learning Guide. She also has worked with Lamaze as a conference speaker, meeting facilitator, and webinar presenter. Debbie has been a Trainer with the North Carolina Perinatal Association (NCPA) Lamaze Childbirth Educator Seminar Program since 2009. She has taught hospital-based childbirth classes since 1996 at a local hospital where she also assists with mentoring new educators, writing curriculum, and serving on their Patient Satisfaction Committee. Debbie currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and enjoys getting together with their two grown children and their families.

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User Reviews (26)

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Lizbeth Fernández (28 Jul 2020)
Estaría excelente que hubiera una transcripción de todo el contenido. Buen material y buena guía para construir nuestras sesiones y cerciorarse del contenido esencial
Mrs Susan Givens BSN, RNC-OB, MPH, LCCE (21 Jul 2020)
Helpful to the recertification process
Dr Judith Ann Mayer DNP, MA, R.N., LCCE, IBCLC, FACCE (17 Jul 2020)
excellent overview of the evidence-based six healthy birth practices and suggested content
Rachel Andersen (15 Jul 2020)
a nice review of lamaze curriculum
Nancy Watson (14 Jul 2020)
This was beautifully organized, full of information , confirmed my outline, with lots of ideas how to present. Equity is very important and needs to be assessed as stated with every class you teach. Thanks for the essential course!
Amy Kelly (13 Jul 2020)
After teaching for 20 years it is good to know that what I am teaching is correct and important.
Kim James (11 Jul 2020)
Outstanding reminder of the what and why behind designing our Lamaze classes for consistency and equity. Thanks, Lamaze!
Ms Lou Ann Damsma LCCE, CLC, CD(DONA), CEIM (1 Jul 2020)
This information was very helpful.
Mrs Dana Anderson IBCLC, LCCE, FACCE (26 Jun 2020)
Great refresher. Also, helpful to update on which are essential and non-essential or "optional" class topics
Rosalina Mendoza (24 Jun 2020)
good information,
Magdalena Naiknimbalkar (11 Jun 2020)
Enjoyed the teachings a lot. Great teacher
Dr Riddhi Chandarana (9 Jun 2020)
A Clear understanding of the objectives so that i can format my own class now. Thank you so much
Mrs Misty Warren MS, BSW, ICCE (20 May 2020)
I have been an educator for 20 years and I still was able to glean new ideas from this class. I really enjoyed it. Thank you so much!
Diana Simkin (17 May 2020)
Excellent synopsis of what a Lamaze class should be!
Susie Amick (4 May 2020)
This course has provided clarification of expectations for Lamaze instructors seeking to meet the professional standards of Lamaze classes by LCCEs
Laura Pasko (4 May 2020)
The webinar was a nice refresher, and I appreciated all the helpful examples. Well done!
Ms Andrea Lythgoe (29 Apr 2020)
Information was good, but I could have read this myself in far less time.
Elizabeth Koup (28 Apr 2020)
Even as a seasoned educator it is good to review the essential content and see how it aligns with my current class presentation. I do find it a bit ironic that part of what we should review is how we are reaching the client and this presentation was basically read to us. That being said, I think the presenter did attempt to make this format more appealing. Finally, I was a bit disappointed that the handouts did not include the material from optional topics on out through the rest of the presentation.
Mrs Valerie Massoni (21 Apr 2020)
a lot of text, it could be shorter .
Ann Lampron (20 Apr 2020)
I stayed engaged throughout the course. Some slides had too many words, though, and I found myself reading instead of listening and think I might have missed something first time through. Referring to the handouts was helpful and aided in engagement.
Mrs Heidi Matthias BSc.PT, CD(DONA), LLCE (18 Apr 2020)
Information clearly presented.
Ms Patricia Steimer RN, IBCLC, LCCE (16 Apr 2020)
Appreciated insight into an instructor providing what they identify for their participants.
Kathy Stewart (16 Apr 2020)
good review
Penelope Bussell (16 Apr 2020)
Some great reminders and updates!
Erin Stertz-Follett (15 Apr 2020)
Very concise and easy to understand.
marty pressley-turner (14 Apr 2020)
I liked all the puns

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