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Royal College Of Midwives : Labour Ward Coordinators Development Workshop by Idowu Olabode : January 12, 2018, 03:09:12 PM
This interactive workshop is designed for experienced midwives who are looking to step into the role of labour ward co-ordinator and for co-ordinators who are relatively new in post and looking for some guidance and strategies on being effective in the role.
 
Following a survey of labour ward co-ordinators in 2016 it became clear that many midwives have not been offered specific training or support to undertake the role.
 
The workshop will explore aspects of influencing – to inform and challenge practice; prioritising and managing the complex environment and competing demands. Escalating concerns, developing supportive networks and strategic thinking will be addressed.
 
Date: 24 January, 2018
 
Time: 08:45
 
VENUE: THE ST DAVID'S HOTEL | HAVANNAH STREET | CF10 5SD CARDIFF
 
Cost of attendance
RCM Member £10+VAT
Non Members £20+VAT

To book your space click https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rcm-leadership-event-labour-ward-co-ordinators-development-workshop-tickets-36820956472

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