A Series of Masterclasses-Supporting an unplanned pregnancy
For: Health Professionals, teachers, youth workers and others who might encounter someone with an unplanned pregnancy in the course of their work
Do you encounter clients with an unplanned pregnancy? If so the HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme in conjunction with the Department of Adult and Community Education, National University of Ireland Maynooth has developed the following Masterclasses which may be of interest to you. They will be held over the period April to June 2017 in Maynooth University.
Masterclass 1: Law and Crisis Pregnancy Counselling
28th April 2017, 10.00-4.30pm- John Hume Building, Maynooth University
Masterclass 2: Termination: Dealing with Complex Issues
19th May 2017, 10.00-4.30pm- John Hume Building, Maynooth University
Masterclass 3: Understanding Fatal Fetal Abnormality as a Crisis Pregnancy
16th June 2017, 10.00-4.30pm- John Hume Building, Maynooth University
The aim of these Masterclasses is to create an opportunity for professionals to gain more in-depth knowledge and skills to resource them in managing the challenges that can present around supporting women, their partners and families around unplanned pregnancy. The Masterclasses will provide a supportive and informative space for dialogue and reflection to help strengthen professionals’ work in the broad field of crisis pregnancy. These Masterclasses further support the work of the HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme in the area of quality and standards development in the broad field of supporting clients with unplanned pregnancy.
Note: CPD points to be confirmed closer to the time.
The fee is €30.00 per Masterclass (including a light lunch).
Further information on these Masterclasses and a copy of the application form are available on crisispregnancy.ie under the ‘Highlights’ section. A brochure and application form is also available from: Breda Gibney at Department of Adult and Community Education, Tel 01 7083752 or Email: email@example.com
Early booking is advisable as places are limited.