Supporting Physiologic Birth for L&D Nurses – LIVE Online Class – November 16, 2023

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Post registration, you should have been sent the Zoom link for this LIVE Online Class via email and as a calendar invite! No worries if not, it is linked HERE for you to access on Thursday, November 16. The class will open and you will be admitted at 0745, ready to start right at 0800 PST.

Thank you for attending this class! Please see the Materials tab for supplemental resources, as well as the courses tab for a recap clip of the “baby rules” portion of the class. If you have come to this page before the class date, hold tight!

Return here after you’ve taken the class to access your evaluation. Once you submit your eval, your CE certificate will be available to you and saved under your Courses tab on your account home.

Thank you, sincerely, from all of us at the Bundle Birth team, for all of your hard work and heart that you put into your work. Each one matters, together we’re changing the game in obstetrics.

If you loved this class be sure to share it with your friends and coworkers! We also have other ways to help support your growth and learning! ♥️


NOTE: as of right now, just skip to the end of the baby rules video, let it run to the end and then “mark as complete”. Then, you should be able to take the quiz.

Additional Resources (not in workbook)

Barrowclough, J., Kool, B., Crowther, C. (2022). Fetal malposition in labour and health outcomes for women and their newborn infants: A retrospective cohort study. PLoS ONE. 17. (10). E0276406.

Birol Ilter, P., Yassa, M., et al. (2023). Intrapartum ultrasound for fetal head asynclitism: Is it possible to establish a degree of asynclitism to correlate delivery outcome? International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics. 163,1. (271-276).

Bryant, A., Borders, A., et al. (2019). Approaches to Limit Intervention During Labor and Birth. American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG). Committee Opinion, number 766.

**Familiari A, Neri C, Passananti E, et al. (2023). Maternal positioning during the second stage of labor and maternal-neonatal outcomes in nulliparous women: a retrospective cohort study. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Global Report. 3:100160.

Hemmerich, A., Brandowska, T., & Dumas, G.A. (2019). The effects of squatting while pregnant on pelvic dimensions: A computational simulation to understand childbirth*. Journal of Biomechanics. 87*. (67-74).

Huang, J., Zang, Y., et al. (2019). A review and comparison of common maternal positions during the second stage of labor. International Journal of Nursing Sciences. 6. (460-467). nursing-sciences/2352-0132

Jyoti, R., Sharma, M., & Pareek, S. (2022). The effects and outcomes of different maternal positions on the second stage of labor. MRIMS J Health Sci.10. (21-4).

Kibuka, M., Price, A., Onakpoya, I., Tierney, S., & Clarke, M. (2021). Evaluating the effects of maternal positions in childbirth: An overview of Cochrane Systematic Review. European Journal of Midwifery. 5 (57).

Moura, R., Borges, M., et al. (2022). A biomechanical study of the birth position: a natural struggle between mother and fetus. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology. 21. (937-951).

Sridharan, S., Guruvare, S., et al. (2022). Correlation of cardiotocography abnormalities with position and attitude of the fetal head in labor. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Global Report. (1-5).