PEERS+ is a blended learning course running in 4 partner Universities (Charles University, Sorbonne University, University of Milan and University of Warsaw) covering the topic of maternal perineal and pelvic floor trauma at the time of childbirth. It is suitable for different levels of students studying aspects related to women’s health. These include students studying medicine, midwifery, nursing and physiotherapy both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
At the end of this course you will be able to
Appraise interventions to reduce perineal trauma
Practice evidence based techniques for trauma repair
Perform trans-perineal scans on simulators
Interpret investigations for pelvic floor disorders
Understand potential of pelvic floor exercises
Counsel women about best mode of birth.
Component 1 - Mandatory: Online course on Moodle covering (22 hours) - students from all 4EU+ universities can apply
Component 2 – Optional: A Self Study Module (SSM) (10 hours) - students from all 4EU+ universities can apply
Component 3 – Optional: Hands-on training PEERS+ workshop (30 hours) - only CU, SU, UniMi and UW students can apply