Our fetal heart monitoring (eFM) programme provides comprehensive training in all aspects of intrapartum electronic fetal heart monitoring.
Obstetricians and midwives can improve their knowledge and skills in interpreting cardiotocographs (CTGs), thus minimising medical and legal risks.
Collaboration that brings hope to expectant mothers
Obstetricians and midwives in Macedonia benefitted from our fetal monitoring elearning thanks to a German-based healthcare charity.
Project HOPE Germany undertook a programme aimed at increasing the chances of survival for premature babies in Macedonia. This was designed to educate gynaecologists and healthcare workers so that they could recognise high-risk pregnancies at an early stage, counteracting complications or making the appropriate preparations for delivery.
Our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) was used as part of blended learning alongside face-to-face sessions. The charity tracked the learners’ progress – including their performance on eFM’s interactive case studies.
Supporting healthcare staff in the United Arab Emirates
Healthcare staff employed by NMC Health, the largest private healthcare provider in the UAE, used our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) for training and professional development.
Enhancing midwives’ skills on the British Virgin Islands
Midwives on the British Virgin Islands used our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) and ‘Medical Complications in Pregnancy’ module from our Acute Medicine elearning to support their professional development. The programmes supported healthcare training and continuing professional development across the islands.
Enhancing the skills of healthcare professionals in Guernsey
Midwives and obstetricians in Guernsey are using our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) to support their professional development. This is part of a partnership with the Healthcare and Social Services Department in Guernsey.
Fetal monitoring course now mandatory training
Midwives and obstetricians at the KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore are now completing key elements of our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) as a mandatory part of their induction. All staff joining the maternity team have to complete the interactive case studies within eFM, which allow learners to test their interpretation skills using real clinical scenarios and fetal heart rate recordings.
Fetal monitoring training aids professional development
Healthcare professionals at the Fernandez Hospital in Hyderabad used our Fetal Monitoring programme (eFM) and obstetric sessions from the Acute Medicine programme to support their professional development. The hospital specialises in obstetrics and women's health.
Fetal monitoring learning proves popular in Limerick
More than 250 midwives and obstetricians from the University Maternity Hospital, Limerick have been using the Fetal Monitoring Programme (eFM) for revalidation and continuing professional development. eFM has now been licensed for several successive years by the hospital, reflecting the popularity of this award-winning elearning tool.
Additionally, eFM is now supporting midwifery training at the University of Limerick.