Obstetricians, Midwives and Hospitals
BornOnline is being used by many hospitals as an option for antenatal education, with some hospitals seeing it financially viable to use BornOnline as their only form of antenatal education.
The company BornOnline is founded by three registered midwives who are passionate about preparing women for pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. Zoe, Ebony and Alinta are featured in the filming of the classes and are confident the education provided is evidence based and adheres to recent research, following the current RANZCOG and NICE guidelines for maternity care.
The breastfeeding class also adheres to the Breastfeeding Health Initiative, which is required for Baby Friendly Hospital Accreditation.
All education given in our classes is exactly what is covered in a traditional face-to-face antenatal class at the hospital however we are able to go into more depth with certain topics, like induction of labour; and complications in labour; as there are no time restrictions in these classes. We also include demonstrations of all equipment in the labour room to help take away the anxiety a mother-to-be feels when presenting to
the birthing suites.
Featured in our classes are interviews with a reputable Obstetrician, Lactation Consultant, various Midwives and a Child Health Nurse. This exhibits the quality of content that is shown beyond what can be delivered in traditional antenatal class.
BornOnline’s midwives work in the public health system of Australia. As midwives they are aware that most public health systems preach the same information and mostly practice in the same manner throughout Australia, the only difference depends on what Obstetrician is on call for that shift. BornOnline midwives have therefore ensured that all education given is streamed towards a woman having her baby in an Australian Hospital.
BornOnline is capable of doing BULK ORDERS of packages for hospitals that wish to use the classes along side their own classes or as a substitute of their current antenatal classes. If this is an option you would like to explore for your workplace please don’t hesitate to get in contact with the
The class’s cover:
- Pregnancy related complications
- Signs and stages of labour
- Pain relief options including non-pharmacological options
- Labour and birthing positions
- Interactive class on fetal monitoring for low-risk and high-risk births
- Complications that may occur in the labour and birth
- Different birth options for the delivery of your baby
- Models of care
- Bathing and settling your newborn
- Normal newborn behaviour for the first week of life
- Immunisation choices and newborn tests
- Emotions/postnatal depression
If you would like more information on what is covered in the classes please do not hesitate to get in contact with the BornOnline Midwives.