This webinar will provide current evidence on the facilitation of skin- to-skin contact after caesarean section. It will be of interest to all midwifery, nursing and medical staff working in operating theatres and maternity facilities. We invite you to disseminate the attached flier widely to your colleagues, through your organisation and networks.
This pre-recorded presentation will provide current evidence related to the facilitation of skin-to-skin contact after caesarean section. You are able to view this recording at your leisure, as many times as you like but you must view before the 29th May 2017.
To register: https://tas.currinda.com/register/event/1484 (please note, if you are not a LCANZ member you will need to create an event profile to register for the event).
Presenter – Jeni Stevens
Jeni Stevens is an IBCLC and a Clinical Midwifery Consultant in Infant Feeding in a Sydney Hospital. She has previously completed honors research on the role of a Doula in Australia. Her PhD research is focused on Skin-to-Skin Contact immediately after a caesarean section.
Jeni has several published articles, including two on skin-to-skin contact after a caesarean section. One is a literature review titled “Immediate or early skin-to-skin contact after a Caesarean section: a review of the literature” and the other is a findings paper titled “A juxtaposition of birth and surgery: Providing skin-to-skin contact in the operating theatre and recovery”. Jeni has another two articles that should be published in the near future.
IBLCE CERPS –1 L CERP has been approved for this webinar
Cost per webinar: LCANZ members – $15. Non-members $30