We offer a comprehensive in-house education and training programme. Our programme is designed to support midwives in meeting the Midwifery Council and Te Toka Tumai Auckland Hospital mandatory education requirements and also contributes to promotion of local and National quality and safety fundamentals.
The programme aims to foster and enhance midwifery philosophy, clinical skills and wisdom, as well as providing vital learning opportunities for multidisciplinary team-working. The midwifery education team are either solely responsible for or contribute to, the implementation of the various study days and initiatives within the programme.
The educators also have a significant support and advisory role and encourage staff and access holders to contact them with any queries or requests. Midwives on the New Graduate Programme will, in addition, have individually tailored study days/workshops (not published on this website).
If you have a questions or queries about training, email the team on email@example.com.
Diabetes in Pregnancy Study Day
Tuesday 20 June 2023
Marion Davis Library
All Registered Nurses practising in maternity settings should attend this study day annually.
Come along to a supportive education day where we will go over a team approach to responding to maternity emergencies. We will be covering off ward based emergencies including;
All dates are on KIOSK, book under Maternity Emergency Sills for Registered Nurses
Any queries, contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Orientation day is for all new staff replacing study days previously known as BF Study Day One and Two
Book in KIOSK
Any queries, contact Tracey Senior TSenior@adhb.govt.nz
Open to all Women's Health Staff to attend.
What does it mean to be culturally competent? What does cultural competency look like in your practice? How do you think whānau will know? Why is cultural competency important in health care? Let’s generate some korero and empower you to work differently particularly when working with Māori. Let’s unpack the default mechanism’s that have become the normal.
Kaiwhakahaere: Judyth Hilton, email@example.com
Te wa: 0900-230pm
To book: Please book through kiosk (please note, the Culture in Practice Wānanga is under “Women’s Health” in Kiosk, ) for LMC’s and medical staff, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Poipoia te kakano kia puawai ~ Nurture the seed and it will blossom
Practical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training is an evidence based multi-professional simulation training workshop for obstetric emergencies. It is associated with direct improvements in perinatal outcome and has been proven to improve knowledge, clinical skills and team working.
Presented by: The ADHB PROMPT Faculty
Location: A+ trust room, Clinical Education Centre, Level 5
Dates for 2023:
Free to midwives and nurses. $300 for Doctors.
Book on KIOSK (ADHB staff) or email email@example.com.
The FSEP Full program runs for 7 hours and provides a solid foundation of information for all clinicians involved in antenatal and intrapartum care. The Full program is structured to cumulatively build understanding. Participants in the Full program also complete the FSEP MCQ assessment at the end of the session. This is our core education program and
is suited to most clinicians requiring education or an update in cardiotocography.
The FSEP Full Day Program will take place
Please apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fetal growth restriction and pregnancy outcome
Customised charts: principles, and clinical implications
Risk assessment and surveillance: guidelines, algorithms
Fundal height - standardised measurement and plotting
Referral protocols – indications for further investigation
Clinical and practical application – case studies
Documentation and record keeping - plotting and referral scenarios
Presented by: Clare Senner - Perinatal Institute
Location: Zoom, link will be sent upon registration
The New Zealand Resuscitation Council Newborn Life Support course is:
Enhance your learning in a supportive team of midwives, nurses and doctors from maternity and neonatal practice areas.
Presented by: NLS Course Directors; Jo Hegarty, Sarah Bellhouse, Beatle Treadwell and other NZRC NLS accredited instructors (midwives and NICU NNPs)
Time: 08.00am -4.00pm
Location: Clinical Skills Centre, Level 4, Auckland City Hospital
Cost: $50 for ADHB staff and access holders. $100 for others
This course provides midwives with the most up-to-date immunisation knowledge relevant to their practice including COVID-19 vaccines,the National Immunisation Schedule changes, vaccine composition, safety of vaccines in pregnancy, administration of vaccines and talking with parents about vaccines. This event is approved as continuing midwifery education by the Midwifery Council.
Presented by: The Immunisation Advisory Centre
Time: Registrations from 0800am - Start & Finish times -0830-1600
Cost: Free of charge
Booking: Auckland DHB midwives book on KIOSK. LMCs other attendees email email@example.com
Course enquiries: Contact Lisbeth Alley 0274976971 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Suitable for all core midwifery staff and midwife LMC access holders. Attendance at a session is essential for core staff looking after women with epidurals in labour and is strongly encouraged for LMC midwives. This session is a prerequisite if you wish to mobilise women with an epidural. You can also attend as a "refresher".
COMBO refers to a study day of 4hrs breastfeeding 'combined' with four hours of another maternity topic changing on a yearly basis.
The day is from 08.00am-3.30pm.
2023 topic are:
4 hours of breastfeeding education
4 hours (includes 1 hour of pre-reading/completion of NOC NEWS Ko Awatea module)
Please book the morning and afternoon separately on KIOSK if you would like to attend the whole day.