THIS CLASS IS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD AT ANY TIME AND IS ON-DEMAND - PLEASE DISREGARD DATE AND TIME
Are you planning a birth with few to no medical interventions and prefer to learn online? We will bring the class to you! Consider the Understanding Natural Childbirth Techniques eClass your go-to guide for answers you can trust on natural childbirth. This interactive online course builds on the information and skills you have already learned in a standard childbirth preparation class. You will discover the philosophy behind natural childbirth and learn ways to increase comfort through positioning, massage, breathing, and much more.
You’ll also get a sense of natural childbirth as you watch several birth stories. You’ll even have an opportunity to create your own natural birth plan!
You can access the eClass from any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Allow 3-4 hours to complete.
Introduction to Natural Childbirth Techniques
Pain in Childbirth
Planning for Your Birth
Personal Stories of Natural Childbirth
Videos, animations, and optional read-along audio
Quizzes, interactive exercises, notes pages, and extended activities
Essential tools, including a breastfeeding and diaper log and appointment tracker
Audio library with soothing sounds, lullabies, and relaxation exercises
PDF library, glossary, and web links
Access in multiple languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Chinese, Arabic, and Japanese) with accessibility features
Class completion certificate
Discounts are available for MedStar Health Associates, MedStar Family Choice, Military with spouse deployed, and other Medical Assistance participants. Please call 1-888-746-2852 for discount information.
How it works:
Once you purchase your seat to the eClass, we will email you login instructions.
You’ll have access to the class for 9 months.
To register, call 1-888-746-2852.
If you have any questions, please email: MedStarBirthandFamilyEducation@medstar.net or call Beth Kegley at 443-777-2447.
Sunday, Oct. 01, 2023
12:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.