Emergency Birth in the Community Launch
Class Professional Publishing are excited to announce the launch of our new title, Emergency Birth in the Community, at this year’s Emergency Services Show! At 10am on Wednesday 19th September, be sure to visit Stand L73 for the first chance to buy this essential resource for healthcare professionals (including midwives and GPs) involved in emergency deliveries in the community setting. This book has been specifically adapted from the official JRCALC Guidelines to cover the established standards for prehospital care, including maternal resuscitation, umbilical cord prolapses, shoulder dystocia and post-partum haemorrhage. Using the exclusive Birth Summary Cards for mother and baby, and the essential algorithms for a multitude of birth presentations and maternity related conditions, this book is an indispensable tool in allowing professionals to efficiently handle all emergency birth related incidents.
“Within this book is an exceptional level of detail of how the physiology of a woman’s body changes during pregnancy. By having a clear understanding of these differences and applying this knowledge when managing women at all stages of pregnancy, attending responders are highly likely to help save lives in the community. This isn’t only a book, it is a practical, efficient tool to help you deliver safe maternity care.”
Mr Edward Morris MD FRCOG, Vice President, Clinical Quality, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
“An excellent guide to obstetric emergencies. The cards are really useful and illustrate the management of each type of emergency a responder may encounter.”
Mandy Forrester, Head of Quality and Standards, The Royal College of Midwives
We at Class Professional Publishing are also delighted that one of the fantastic authors of this text will be available on our L73 Stand. Amanda Mansfield has 24 years of midwifery experience and has been a Consultant Midwife for 13 years. She has worked for the London Ambulance Service since 2015, and set up Joint Maternity Training for Ambulance Staff, with local and independent midwives. Consequentially, she is the authority on all things involving maternity care, so be sure to come along to our stand for the opportunity to quiz a real expert.
We look forward to seeing you at 10am, for tea, coffee and cupcakes!