The Postpartum Haemorrhage course is the first of its kind and has been developed specifically for Doulas who want to:
How You Will Benefit From This Course
As a doula it is your role to provide emotional, physical and educational support to pregnant women and their families. Doulas also assist women in labour, and those who have recently given birth.
Doulas help mothers and their families enjoy safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experiences.
Understandably there will be times in your career when the unexpected happens. So knowing what to do in emergency situations such as during a postpartum haemorrhage, is crucial and could make all the difference at a critical time.
This course will teach you these important skills.
As professional doulas and midwives with over 30 years experience, we have developed this course to give you the practical training and specific knowledge you need to remain calm, confident and know exactly what to do in a postpartum haemorrhage emergency situation.
Why You Need This Course
In any profession it is important to continue your education. But when it comes to assisting with childbirth, and knowing what to do in emergency situation it is critical that you have these advanced skills and training.
4 Main Reasons You Need This Course:
A Supportive Community For Professional Doulas
As well as learning advanced techniques and training, you will be given the necessary tools to implement what you learn in pressure situations. You can also benefit by becoming a member of our supportive, professional doula community.
At the end of each module in this course there is a comments section where we discuss the lesson. You may ask questions and have your peers and Jacki and Jennifer provide feedback. Their shared stories and helpful insights can add to what you have just learned.
Our active facebook group is also a great place to support each other and discuss topics around all aspects of being a doula. Topics discussed include professional and business development and empowering women during pregnancy and childbirth. Research based evidence on various subjects is frequently part of conversations.
Each Module Contains:
30-Day Money Back Guarantee
The feedback from doulas, midwives and other birth professionals about this course has been incredible so far. We are so confident that you’ll love and appreciate the training that we are offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee.
If you are not completely satisfied with the training at anytime during the first 30 days, simply contact and tell us why you want a refund and we’ll refund your money immediately.
You have NOTHING TO RISK by joining this Advanced Doula Training Postpartum Haemorrhage course and seeing for yourself why EVERY doula needs to know what is taught here.
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Unlike other courses about maternal & neonatal emergencies, this course is designed with the needs of the doula in mind. Learn what you need to know to best serve women and families in your care.
"We look forward to meeting with you and sharing this valuable and life-changing information. If you have any questions at all please email us directly at [email protected]
Warmly, Jacki and Jennifer
Jacki is a highly qualified, experienced and respected birth professional with a passion for natural births. She has almost 20 years experience as a midwife in a variety of settings including hospitals and home births. She now operates her own successful doula business, www.lovecherub.com.
Jennifer Hazi is a mother of 5, an experienced Midwife, Doula and Childbirth educator with over a decade of experience in birthing. She is passionate about working with women and their families as they transition into parenthood and has a keen interest in women’s experiences of pregnancy and mothering.
Jen started her journey into working with childbearing women and their families as a doula and facilitator of women's antenatal space.
Her passion for learning and excitement about working with women in this environment lead her to complete a Bachelor of Midwifery at the University of Technology, Sydney enabling her to care clinically for women and their babies.