Date(s) - March 3, 2017
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Berkeley Community Church
Join the Colorado Midwives Association on Friday, March 3rd for a Skills Workshop. Midwives, students, and doulas won’t want to miss this opportunity to add to your professional toolbox!
9-10:45 Session 1: Anticipating a Surprise Breech, Johnny Johnson, MD
11-12:30 Session 2: Protecting the Core Before and After Birth, Beth Jones, M.Ed., ATC/R, CPT, CLD, CHC
12:30-1:30 Lunch and Networking
1:30-3:00 Session 3: Conducting a Maternal Physical Exam, Robin Dickinson, MD
3:30-5 Session 4: Breastfeeding After Birth–Honoring the Golden Hour, Kattie Jones, RM, CPM, CLC
A light continental breakfast will be provided.
Please bring a potluck dish to share for lunch.
Conference participants should bring a stethoscope and pen light for the physical examination session.
Featuring: Birth Book Exchange! Bring midwifery and birth-related books (fiction or non-fiction) to exchange for other books.
Online registration is available until Wednesday, March 1st. After that, registration will cost $100 for members and $125 for non-members at the door. (Please email [email protected] if you plan to pay at the door so we can have a better head count for food.)
CEUs will be available pending MEAC approval.
Please consider joining the CMA and becoming a member. Not only does your membership grant you a significant discount, it helps support our mission of furthering the profession of direct-entry midwifery in Colorado. You can join online here http://coloradomidwives.org/join-the-cma/ in order to take advantage of the steep member discounts.
Refunds for conferences:
Full refunds (minus a $25 deposit) can be given if requested up to 48 hours before the conference date. Partial refunds (up to 75%) requested within two days of the conference may be granted at the discretion of the CMA Board of Directors. No refunds will be given for payments received during the conference.
A $20 fee will be charged for any returned check.
Babies and children at conferences:
Nursing babes in arms may come with mothers to our conferences. We ask that mothers be respectful of the need for others to hear what is being said and go to another room if baby is making noise. Most conferences are not suitable for young children.