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

Last updated: 15 Jun 2021

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Lucy Johns (12 Jun 2021)
Very good information for both seasoned Lamaze Certifiied Instructors and for new Instuctors who are just getting started.
Jacqueline Smith (9 Jun 2021)
very helpful information, Certainly usual information to meet the needs of all clients needing childbirth education and information.
Jocelyn Albertson (8 Jun 2021)
Great review of essential content to be sure we're including in our classes.

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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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Lucy Johns (12 Jun 2021)
Very good information for both seasoned Lamaze Certifiied Instructors and for new Instuctors who are just getting started.
Jacqueline Smith (9 Jun 2021)
very helpful information, Certainly usual information to meet the needs of all clients needing childbirth education and information.
Jocelyn Albertson (8 Jun 2021)
Great review of essential content to be sure we're including in our classes.

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