We are currently offering a range of bite sized online training sessions for healthcare professionals:
Session 1: Delivering Unexpected News in Pregnancy (£25)
Having to deliver unexpected news to expectant parents about their pregnancy can be a daunting and emotional task. This 90-minute session is aimed at supporting healthcare professionals in how to sensitively deliver unexpected or difficult news and is informed by our many years of working with and supporting parents who have been through antenatal screening, testing and diagnosis. The session also provides a brief overview of Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC) and our work and functions as a bite-sized introduction to the material covered in Day 1 of our face-to-face training days.
Available dates for session 1:
- 2023 DATES COMING SOON
Session 2: Supporting Parents’ Choices (£35)
Session 2 is our most comprehensive and interactive online training session and functions as an introduction to Training Day 2 and 3. The session is 2 hours long and is aimed at furthering the understanding of how-to best support parents’ in their choices. It focuses on supporting parents’ decision-making, examining our own values and how to provide best care when the choice is made to continue or to end an affected pregnancy.
Available dates for session 2:
- Tuesday 6 December (7.00-9.00pm)
Book both sessions and save 10%! Session 1 & 2 for just £54.
ARC Student Session (date tbc) FREE
This 1-hour session for students will focus on how to deliver high quality care through antenatal screening, testing and diagnosis. We will discuss strategies for communicating unexpected and difficult news such as a high chance screening result, how to best support parents’ decision-making and how Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC) can help support you in your work. The session is free to attend, but we kindly ask for those who can, to contribute to our work by making a small donation to help us fund our work.
ARC Case Café (8 December 2022 7.30-8.30pm) FREE
What does the future hold?
For our last case café of 2022 we will be looking ahead. What kind of changes do you think we will see in antenatal screening and diagnosis in the near future? What positive changes do you think might be ahead? And what are your concerns?