“birthing simulator”

Oct
29

How Will The Midwifery Bachelor’s Degree Affect Your Training As A Midwife?

Over the past few decades, the scope of responsibilities in midwifery has expanded, the amount of independent unsupervised work has increased and the theoretical and practical knowledge required has grown exponentially.  A profession that was once deemed vocational is now becoming more academic with Midwifery Bachelor degrees, so how will these changes affect your training […]

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Oct
08

RealMom 2.0 – The World’s Most Advanced Birthing Simulator

Operative Experience Inc, the world’s only company specialising in hands-in-the-body simulators for obstetrics and trauma care, and a strategic partner with 3B Scientific, has recently announced the launch of RealMom 2.0, the updated model of the ultra-realistic birthing simulator.

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Nov
17

Post Pregnancy – How the Marvellous Human Body Adapts

Pregnancy, and giving birth, is a roller coaster of a ride, which affects women in many different ways.  However, the human body is designed to be pretty much perfect in every way and pregnancy is no exception.  Many fundamental changes take place in a woman’s body during pregnancy; some are visible, others invisible and some […]

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Down’s Syndrome Q&A

Down’s syndrome or Down syndrome is a genetic disorder typically associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features, and mild to moderate intellectual disability. Most individuals with Down’s syndrome are diagnosed with the condition after birth. It is named after John Langdon Down, the British doctor who fully described the syndrome in 1866.

By Joanna | Medical Education
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