How Birth works

ARM Online National Conference 2020

November 14th, 2020
Do you think you know ‘How Birth Works?’ Be prepared to be challenged, amazed and educated about the anatomy and physiology of the birthing body and processes of birth. We need to know the intricate anatomy and the complex dance of hormones and biomechanics of birth if are to help make birth as safe as it can be for mother and baby. Come join us to learn more about birth, and to share your knowledge too – we learn from each other.

About How Birth Works

The exquisitely balanced neurohormonal and biomechanical interplay that takes place during physiological labour and birth is as much a part of evidence based maternity care as is the latest randomised trial. This day provides a rare opportunity to reconnect with what we were taught as students, but what we often forget in busy clinical practice.

Meet Our Speakers

Dr Gloria Esegbona
Dr Gloria Esegbona

OBGYN, Birth Educator

Kemi Johnson
Kemi Johnson

Midwife

Soo Downe
Soo Downe

Professor of Midwifery Studies, OBE Conference Chair

Molly O’Brien
Molly O’Brien

RM, BSC, AHBM

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Margaret Jowitt
Margaret Jowitt

Childbirth activist, author and designer

Want to know more about our speakers and their presentations?

Schedule

10.00 – 10.20 Chair Soo Downe Introduction
10.20 – 11.00 Kemi Johnson
11.00 – 12.00 Molly O’Brien
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch & Workshops
14.00 – 14.40 Gloria Esegbona
14.40 – 15.20 Margaret Jowitt
15.30 – 16.30 OASI Round Table

Workshops

Evony Lynch – Birth in a Box
Helen Dresner Barnes – Breech
Deb Hughes – Midwives’ Haven
Meditation
Early/latent phase labour – Dominique Mylod

Round Table – OASI care bundle

ARM wants you to have the chance to talk with our amazing speakers. We’re going to have a panel Q and A session where everyone gets to have their say.

Pricing &  Registration

ARM Members
£5
Non Members
£10
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