Comfort Measures for Labor & Delivery Nurses
Learning Objectives for the Comfort Measures Workshop:
Discuss the evidence on comfort measures
Demonstrate a variety of comfort measures
Discuss how we can overcome barriers to providing comfort measures
Are you an L & D nurse who wishes you had more tools in your toolbox to help keep patients comfortable during labor?
By attending Comfort Measures for Labor and Delivery Nurses, you will not only get hands-on practice with comfort measures skills, but you'll also learn how you can overcome barriers to providing comfort measures on your unit!
All nurses who register at the Professional level or higher will earn 3 nursing contact hours, and those who register as Super Users will receive a Comfort Measures Toolkit to take back to your unit and teach to your peers. Come enjoy an afternoon of demonstrations, discussion, and networking with L & D nurses from all over metro Atlanta.
This Comfort Measures Workshop is taught by Nikki Reeves, ICCE, ICBD, PMH-C, Evidence Based Birth® Instructor. We designed this workshop specifically for Labor and Delivery nurses who are looking to add to their labor support knowledge and skills. However, local doulas, midwives, and childbirth educators are also encouraged to register!