The Women’s Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP)
The vision of MSEP is to improve the outcomes of women and their babies through the provision of interdisciplinary education, supportive partnerships and capacity building in rural and regional maternity services.
The Women’s Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP) is a state-wide clinical education program, delivering multidisciplinary education onsite in Victorian maternity services.
MSEP workshops are tailored to meet individual service needs, assisting clinicians to provide woman centered, high quality, evidence based and culturally safe care.
Programs are accredited with the following professional colleges:
- Australian College of Midwives
- Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
- Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
- The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Maternity and Newborn Emergencies (MANE) program
Two-day education program for interdisciplinary clinicians (maternity services level 2-4) focused on maternal and newborn emergencies using simulation and hands on clinical workstationsLearn more
Maternity Update program
One-day education program focused on midwifery practice and skills updatesLearn more
Koori Maternity Services (KMS) Program
Programs co-facilitated with VACCHO, focused on improving outcomes and maternity and newborn care for Aboriginal women, babies and familiesLearn more
Emergency Birthing for non-birthing and Level 1 Services Program
One-day program focused on non-birthing services (Level 1). Preparing non-midwifery trained or practicing clinicians with the knowledge and skills required to manage an imminent birth within their hospitalLearn more
Maternity Skills Program
One day, hands on program focused on advanced midwifery skillsets and practice. Perfect for staff refresher training or introduction to advanced midwifery skillsetsLearn more
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