perinatal loss training
The courses provided by The Perinatal Loss Centre have been extensively researched and compiled in consultation with specialists in the fields of Obstetrics, Genetics, Midwifery, Psychology and Psychiatry. The centre's training programs are in line with National and International best practice guidelines in bereavement care.
Preliminary research into recipients' preferred mode of delivery, revealed that online training was the most popular option for participation.
Online education is cost effective and offers the following benefits:
- the flexibility to complete the training in your own time
- the capacity to pace yourself to learn and retain course content over several weeks
- the ability to go back to previously presented content to consolidate learning
- access to downloadable resources (including client/patient handouts)
Content is practical and evidence-based, rich with clinical examples, video, and short quizzes to embed your learning.
Upon successful completion and evaluation of the course, you will receive an immediate digital certificate.
online training courses
Perinatal Loss Training for 'Front Line' Health Professionals
Course Name: Perinatal Loss in Practice: What Hospital Staff Need to Know
A course for Midwives, Nurses, Obstetricians, Neonatologists, and Paediatricians who work on the 'front line' caring for parents who have tragically suffered miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death. This course is delivered by Eliza Strauss, Bereavement Midwife & Perinatal Loss Educator.
Perinatal Loss Training for Therapists
Course Name: Perinatal Loss in Practice: What Therapists Need to Know.
A course for Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Counsellors, and Mental Health Nurses, who work with clients who have experienced reproductive loss. This course is delivered by Dr Renée Miller, Perinatal Clinical Psychologist.
in-house training (in your organisation)
Bereavement Midwife and Bereavement Care Consultant, Eliza Strauss, consults to hospitals and trains midwifery, nursing staff and doctors on perinatal loss in-house. Eliza can also support hospitals to enhance their existing bereavement support program, or help to establish one.
To make enquiries about bringing training to your organisation, click here.