Maternity and Newborn Emergencies (MANE) program

Maternity and Newborn Emergencies (MANE) program
Neopuff mask ventilation with external cardiac compressions workstation

Education for rural clinicians

The Maternity and Newborn Emergencies (MANE) Program draws together the clinical expertise of facilitators from:

  • Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP), The Royal Women’s Hospital
  • Paediatric Infant Perinatal Emergency Retrieval (PIPER) Service, The Royal Children’s Hospital

The program delivers specialised and tailored education to maternity and newborn care clinicians in level 2-4 Maternity Services throughout Victoria.

This multidisciplinary clinical education session is facilitated on-site within the hospital’s birth suite and clinical education area.

The purpose of the program is to build upon the existing internal clinical education and professional development in-situ at level 2-4 maternity services including Practical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training (PROMPT), through having ‘access to independent clinical expertise to help identify deficiencies in care and focus attention on opportunities for improvement’ – Targeting Zero (2016), recommendation 5.

Registration is open to doctors, midwives, nurses, paramedics and students.

CPD Points and Procedural Grants are available for attending this program. Download the 2018 MANE CPD Allocations document below.

Features of the MANE Program

  • Simulated perinatal emergencies
  • Provide external expertise to support internal PROMPT activities
  • Practical workstations (Clinician Specific)
  • Principles of teamwork resource management
  • Site specific initiatives to improve clinical care and outcomes
  • Clinical Governance Education and feedback to service
  • Elective module selection to tailor the program to the learning needs of your organisation

2019 MANE Programs

The 2019 locations of MANE programs in Victoria are shown below. If you or your service would like to facilitate a MANE program in 2019, please contact the MSEP team for more information and dates. 

Central Gippsland Health Service, Sale Tues 29th - Weds 30th January
The Kilmore and District Hospital Tues 19th - Weds 20th February
Mansfield District Hospital Tues 26th - Weds 27th March
South West Healthcare, Camperdown Tues 16th - Weds 17th April
Colac Area Health Tues 21st - Weds 22nd May
Terang and Mortlake Health Service Tues 28th - Weds 29th May
Wimmera Health Care Group, Horsham Tues 18th - Weds 19th June
Djerriwarrh Health Services, Bacchus Marsh Tues 16th - Weds 17th July
Cohuna District Hospital Tues 17th - Weds 18th September
South Gippsland Hospital, Foster (regional with Leongatha) Tues 15th - Weds 16th October
East Grampians Health Service, Ararat Tues 29th - Weds 30th October
West Gippsland Healthcare Group, Warragul Tues 19th - Weds 20th November
Benalla Health Tues 10th - Weds 11th December

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