Decorate your virtual background and bake your favorite flavor of cake because ICEA is turning 60! Registration is now open for this free event on 22 September.
Join us for our virtual Certified Professional Meeting and 60th Birthday Celebration on 22 September and our 2020 Virtual Conference! ICEA will release a bundle of conference presentations every Tuesday in October starting on 6 October. Busy in October? The conference bundles will be available for viewing until the 31 December.
Between the time a researcher starts conducting research and the time you share that research with your clients, there are numerous places where bias impacts the process. This one hour webinar will give you some tools to help you to recognize and detect the sometimes surprising source of those biases.
This one-hour webinar will demonstrate how to implement Count the Kicks into their own practice with the goal of improving birth outcomes. It will show educators how to utilize the free kick counting tools and resources available to them.
We’ll cover: Helpful software and how to link it up, what to prepare before class, how to run an engaging online class, post-class follow-up, recording and editing evergreen online classes/content for passive recurring revenue, marketing your course, and go-to action items to get started.
This one-hour, on-demand webinar explores the causes of pelvic girdle pain and possible strategies to alleviate this common prenatal discomfort.
This one-hour, on-demand webinar will focus on breastfeeding basics including how to teach strategies that can help mothers to be successful at nursing their babies. Discussions include frequency and duration of early feedings, the importance of skin to skin contact, and assuring a correct latch.
This one-hour, on-demand webinar explores the reproductive system from a childbearing standpoint with an emphasis on understanding the role of each organ and structure in the dynamics of the labor and birth process.
The International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA) is a professional organization that supports educators and health care professionals who believe in freedom to make decisions based on knowledge of alternatives in family-centered maternity and newborn care.