One of MEAC’s roles is to evaluate and approve distance continuing education (CE) for midwives and other women’s health care providers. Program sponsors who receive MEAC approval for continuing education programs then award continuing education units (CEU’s) or contact hours to participants.
Following is a listing of all current Distance Continuing Education opportunities that have been approved by MEAC.
Maintain and build on your skills and knowledge as a midwife and receive MEAC continuing education credits at the same time-all from the comfort of your own home!
Resolving Shoulder Dystocia for the Active, Mobile Woman Course
Earn 3 CE contact hours by completing the online education, Resolving Shoulder Dystocia for the Active, Mobile Woman. Gaily Tully teaches this hands-on class for midwives, their active apprentices, and L & D nurses. Physicians and residents are also very welcome.
Resolving Shoulder Dystocia DVD Video Course on Your Monitor of DVD Player
Start Date: Order now, and receive your DVD within two weeks (US mainland).
Two-hour video / 2 MEAC CEUs. Purchase the CEU option with DVD or separately. Watch with CPM friends and practice the drills with dolls, pelvises and one another. Arrange 5 CEU packets for a single RSD class with the video and Gail will offer a free Skype call with your group after class, based on Gail’s availability.
No More Kegels
This course was developed in response to skyrocketing rates of occurrence of Pelvic Floor Disorder, in an effort to bring the education and treatment of PFD in line with the science, which currently it is not, which is the reason the problem continues to get worse. Most literature on PFD gives some if not most of the blame for PFD on pregnancy and childbirth, despite the data that shows PFD rates to be equal among women who have never had children.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org visit the website http://restorativeexercise.com/2011/no-more-kegels/
The Wisdom of the Thirteen Moons
The Wisdom of the Thirteen Moons was created to help midwives that are already working and those aspiring to become midwives to learn traditional ways of working with natural modalities instead of working with pharmaceutical drugs and ultra sounds in birth. The Wisdom Series will be specifically dealing with many situations that experienced midwives face and give a more traditional approach to dealing with them. Dealing with the overall health of the pregnant woman, bleeding after birth and more importantly, avoiding it in the first place.
Record Keeping and Chart Smarts: Client Healthcare Documentation for Midwives
At the completion of this course, students will be able to: *Summarize the components of a healthcare record *Demonstrate ability to write a professional SOAP note *List ten charting do’s and do not’s *List three legal obligations for maintaining charts *Summarize HIPAA regulations regarding client access to medical records. The course covers the essentials of documentation, including how to write a professional SOAP note, how to manage electronic charting, HIPAA considerations, what to know about record storage, handling records when you must transport, and what to do if a state entity requests your records. You receive the curriculum download via email, and can work at your own pace. Upon completion, I will send you the final (multiple-choice) quiz and SOAP charting exercise, which you can email back to me when you are finished. I will grade these and return your certificate of completion to you. It is a six contact hour course for $60.00.
For more information contact Janelle Komorowski, CNM, MS call 970-420-2606 email email@example.com visit the website http://midwiferyclassroom.org/Continuing-Education.php