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Face-to-face Study Days

RCM accredited

Our RCM accredited study days can be adapted to suit many health professions and students not limited to but including; Midwives, Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Midwifery Support Workers, Health Care Assistants, Health Visitors, Paramedics and Doctors.

Training is delivered over a full day 9am - 5pm session, should you need to adjust this, it can be discussed.

The day can be delivered to a maximum of 60 attendees to allow a personal and interactive environment.

All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance and resources needed for the day.

The full day agenda

  • Defining baby loss & terminology

  • Legalities surrounding baby loss

  • Signs of life

  • Physical care of a baby who has died

  • Funerals

  • Baby Loss & Religion

  • Grief

  • Communication

  • Caring for a bereaved family

  • Rainbow pregnancy / Pregnancy after Loss

  • Parents accounts from guest speakers

  • Post Mortem and the procedure

  • Looking after yourself
  • Resources & Support

  • Interactive Memory Making Workshop

I fully believe this day should be mandatory as part of our curriculum.

Thank you for letting me tell Mollie’s story. This is how I get to be a parent.

Everything was discussed so sensitively and with so much insight. Today has been invaluable and I will carry it with me throughout my career.

I have learnt more today about the impact of baby loss than in my 25 year career as a midwife.

Thought provoking and very much needed in this trust - and ALL trusts.

You have given me the courage I needed when caring for bereaved families.

Imagine how we would improve as a profession if every health profession undertook this course.

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