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What will this training be on?

The training will educate the physicians, nurses and midwifes practicing OB-GYN on the best practices of high risk labour and delivery management. In the three day training the participants will recieve hands on training by Canadian health professionals Team Broken Earth who travel the world to educate and make an impact on maternal and newborn health. Participants who complete all three days of training will receive certificate.

Who is this training for?

In order to ensure the learnings be applied to combat the maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity in Bangladesh, participants who are registered physicians, nurses and midwifes practicing OBS-GYN eligible to register for this training.

Day 1Day 2Day 3
RegistrationWelcome RemarksWelcome Remarks
InaugurationPlacenta Accreta Syndrome and Cell Saver VideoManagement of Complications of Pregnancy Termination
Tea BreakTeam A- Breakout SessionsIntimate Partner Violence Interactive Session
Welcome Remarks and OASISVBACWorkshops
Team A- Breakout SessionsUterine RuptureHelping Babies Breathe
Management of LabourAntepartum Hemorrhage Abruption, Placenta PreviaHelping Babies Survive
Induction of LabourBreakBreech Delivery
Fetal SurveillancePreterm LabourForceps/Pudendal Block
Postpartum HemorrhagePROMVacuum Delivery
Shoulder DystociaHypertensive Diabetes in PregnancyShoulder Dystocia
Essential Care of NewbornBad News in Birthing Suite/ Bereavement CounsellingPostpartum Depression Interactive Session with Standardized Patient
Postpartum DepressionTeam B- WorkshopsFetal Surveillance as Interactive Session
Team B- WorkshopsAbnormal Placentation with Intrapartum Bleeding Management and Use of Cell SaverLunch
Labour and Delivery with Essential Pointers for Timely Transfer and ReferralsSurgical Management of Hemorrhage Compression SuturesWorkshops
Postpartum Hemorrhage (Medical Management)VBAC with Uterine RuptureBreech Delivery
Essential Care of NewbornSuturing Uterine IncisionsForceps/ Pudendal Block
Anal Sphincter RepairLunchVacuum Delivery
LunchTeam B- Breakout SessionsShoulder Dystocia
Team B- Breakout SessionsVBACPostpartum Depression Interactive Session with Standardized Patient
Management of LabourUterine RuptureFetal Surveillance as Interactive Session
Induction of LabourAntepartum Hemorrhage Abruption, Placenta PreviaHelping Babies Breathe
Fetal SurveillanceBreakHelping Babies Survive
BreakPreterm LabourHanding of Certificates
Postpartum HemorrhagePROM
Shoulder DystociaHypertensive Diabetes in Pregnancy
Essential Care of NewbornBad News in Birthing Suite/ Bereavement Counselling
Postpartum DepressionTeam A- Workshops
Team A- WorkshopsAbnormal Placentation with Intrapartum Bleeding Management and Use of Cell Saver
Labour and Delivery with Essential Pointers for Timely Transfer and ReferralsSurgical Management of Hemorrhage Compression Sutures
Postpartum Hemorrhage (Medical Management)VBAC with Uterine Rupture
Essential Care of NewbornSuturing Uterine Incisions
Anal Sphincter Repair

3000 BDT

3-Day training with certification from Canadian Team Broken Earth with Buffet lunch and snacks at Brac Centre Inn and free souvneirs.

How do I register?

Easy! Fill up the form below with your details,
Stating your BDMC/BMNC Registration Number.

Payments can be made through online or by visiting
our head office with filled up payment form
Click to download the "payment form" Please bring your receipt on the day of training
No tickets will be sold on the day of the training.

Training on High Risk Labour and Delivery Management
Brac Centre Inn, November 12, 13, 14 08:00AM to 04:00PM

One ticker Per Application

Profession

We will send a copy of your ticket to this address

Contact Us

+8801777772700
For any queries feel free to call us
Inquiry@sajida.org
For any queries feel free to send us a mail

Who is team Broken Earth?

Team Broken Earth is a volunteer task force  composed of physicians, nurses, and physiotherapists from across Canada and beyond, committed to  delivering and improving healthcare where it’s needed most