Uganda clinical trip is ON for Aug 17 ,2016 for 2 weeks .My back up Dr is going too ! Students can rotate between us. Cost is $1400 flight out of Atlanta apx , $450 preceptor fees .Lodging and transportation can be shared (nice enough low cost hotel across street 1 block down so we can walk to hospital). Food on your own but breakfast is included at hotel.Taking Midwife and Doula students any level. Email me for application. Note we also work with local church that has a school with hundreds of kids that we also help out..AND we offer a 1 day safari trip too ! Note husbands or helpers can go for cost if volunteering at the school with the kids or gardening project.
Midwife To Be International
Can be watched live or by recording. 25 weeks long (can use hrs in MTB also ) 10% discount if in MTB
Is a great way to learn to be a basic Midwife in 3rd world or emergency situations. Its also a good add on to MTB training as its a live overview of prenatal, birth and PP using the book for Midwives. Teaching is done via wiziq (live seminar format) and is also recorded. can be started anytime as classes repeat. see tab under MTBI out line for more info. come join us as we train/learn with others from around the world !
- maternova.net Tools and ideas that save Mothers and Newborns. Including anti shock pants for PPH.
- Heartline Maternity Center in Haiti is raising funds for a bigger birth center. The owner, Beth, has joined me on a clinical trip in the past and is a graduate of MTB. If you can help please visit: www.heartlineministries.org
- World Health Organization (WHO) Midwifery toolkit
- Hesperian Foundation. Publisher of A Book for Midwives used in this training and also other books like Where There is No Doctor and other village books. http://store.hesperian.org/HB/prod/B090R.html
- Cultural Competency class on line using wiziq. (required for trip if you haven’t had. Also needed for NARMS CPM ) $25.
- My NEW web site www.globalmidwife.org . Send me links , blogs etc for review for site as you find ones that may help save lives and make birth better in places of need.