Includes PowerPoint on the stages of labour & the methods of delivery, including pain relief. PowerPoint includes information on each stage; First, second and third. Link to a reccomended video also on the pp for the third stage of labour,
Students are then given task to complete:
Design a leaflet explaining labour to an expecting parent.
It should explain what to expect during labour.
Include the key terms: birth canal, contractions, crowning, dilate, and transition stage.
Include ways that a birthing partner could help the women during labour.
Information provided on the methods of delivery for forceps and venthouse and there is a compare and contrast activity based on these methods. Information then provided on c sections.
PP then focuses on the type of pain relief. Information provided on each one and a test your knowledge 10 minutes worth of exam questions to check progress. Another leaflet activity based on pain relief is then given to students:
Design a leaflet explaining the different types of pain relief available.
It should explain what to expect from each type of pain relief.
Include the key terms: Entonox, pethidine, epidural anaesthetic, TENS, waterbirth.
Include an advantage for each and a disadvantage for each.
Suggest who each one would be suitable for
Progress for learning grid included.
Follows Cambridge National level 1/2 R018. Learning outcome 2.6
Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth: The stages of labour and the methods of delivery, including pain relief.