Australia's first consent training for maternity health professionals.
Toowoomba: 6th May
Online for Doulas: 16th July
Gold Coast: 20th July
Townsville: 21st Nov
Cairns: 23rd Jan
Mackay: 25th Nov
South Brisbane: 30th Jan
Harvey Bay: 25th March
Bundaberg: 25th March
Toowoomba: 24th March
If you're interested in the bringing the training to your maternity service, email us.
If you're a maternal health professional who would like to complete a pre-recorded training of the Better Births with Consent workshop, click below:
Better Births With Consent is a three-hour workshop for healthcare professionals working with women and families during pregnancy, birth or postpartum. The topic of consent – and informed consent, a fundamental human right – is put under the microscope within the framework of Australia’s maternity care system.
This workshop gives maternity care providers the most up-to-date information on the laws and human rights that govern their practice, increases professional knowledge about consent, and aims to reduce birth trauma.
Better Births With Consent covers:
Respectful maternity care
The legal requirements of informed consent
Shared decision making
Caring for women who decline recommended maternity care
Increasing women’s wellbeing and safety by reducing birth trauma and obstetric violence
Bashi, Alecia and Heather combine to provide insight into how placing women and their human rights at the centre of their birth experience has long-lasting, positive effects for women, families and care providers.
Professional development for obstetricians, midwives and other maternity care
professionals. Better Births With Consent is must-have professional development for anyone working in maternity care – whether you’re an obstetrician, midwife or in medical leadership, this training will provide a new perspective on the care you provide; and women’s experiences of that care.
“I feel much better in supporting women in their choices…”
"This is an excellent workshop fully underpinned by research. I have recommended this workshop across 2 hospitals."