Midwifery is hard, Midwifery Finishing School makes it easier.
So, you’ve started practicing independently and you’ve got all the new midwife insecurities: Did I do enough? Did I rule everything out? Do I know enough? You’re searching Google at the end of every clinic day and you’re wondering, “should it be this hard?”
NO! Midwifery IS hard but there is a short-cut to making it easier:
Midwifery Finishing School (MFS)!
Midwifery Finishing School is a self-paced online course for new or student midwives and its full of the un-Googleable knowledge you need as a midwife but didn’t get in school. It’s laid out in step-by-step guidelines and backed up by research, we even do live Q&A’s which is just the extended mentorship you need as a new practitioner! It covers miscarriage management, functional thyroid testing and management, supplements for GDM management, how to support a client with a mild-moderate mood disorder, and so. much. more. I’ve even added client handouts and algorithms for midwives to make this course one big midwifery hack. When in doubt, you’ll have a handout!
Click here for a full list of topics covered and handouts provided.
To boost your confidence and knowledge, click here to sign up!
MFS was just approved for 9 MEAC CEUs!
What MFS students have to say
Yes! Its [MFS] so wonderful and such a needed answer to a very big gap in the puzzle. Thank you Karly! – TK
I’m so grateful to have taken this class and have it as a resource!! I refer every new midwife I know to take it. It’s been THE most helpful!! – CS
Loooooved the classes! – PL
Algorithms and guidelines for your practice
Developing your midwife brain
Setting realistic expectations for your clients
MTHFR gene mutation testing, follow up testing, effect on pregnancy and treatment
Thyroid testing, interpretation and treatment
Miscarriage management and follow up testing
Decreasing complications through the perinatal experience with nutrition and supplementation
Thorough education on prenatal testing
Natural remedies (including herbs and a few homeopathics) for pregnancy discomforts
Developing sensitive communication skills to increase client satisfaction
Common misconceptions to watch out for in your clientele
Removing guilt and shame around changes in a birth plan before birth and parenthood happen
Decreasing birth trauma with realistic expectations and education
Decreasing racial disparities in birth outcomes (a short course you should follow up with a teacher of color)
Management of irritable uterus/prodromal labor
Recognizing a posterior labor pattern
Support through a Cesarean section
How to educate clients on postpartum sex
Referrals and recommendations for painful sex postpartum
Post cesarean scar care
Perinatal mood disorders and appropriate use of natural treatment options
Screening for pelvic floor dysfunction
PAPs and alternative treatments for cervical dysplasia
Birth control options, in depth health risks and nutrient deficiencies caused by birth control and how to mitigate the negative effects for those who want/need hormonal birth control or a copper IUS
Identifying tongue tie
Improving Menstrual Cramps
Improving Short or Long Cycles
Common abnormalities you may see during a pap
Alternative treatments for Cervical Dysplasia
Effects of stress on the body
Being on Call
Diet and Lifestyle Habits to Support a Healthy Endocrine System
Signs and symptoms of uterine rupture
Cold and flu remedies
Birth tub prep
If the midwife doesn’t make it for the birth
Newborn hearing screen
MTHFR significance in pregnancy and management
Informed refusal list
Postpartum vaginal steam instructions
Eye ointment consent/refusal
Vitamin K informed consent
Signs and symptoms of VKDB
Danger signs in pregnancy
GDM test instruction handout for clients
GBS informed consent
Supplements for a lower risk pregnancy and birth
Thyroid evaluation and treatment
Gall sludge management
Preeclampsia prevention and testing
Diastasis and body mechanics
Who is Midwifery Finishing School For?
Whether you’re a CNM, CM, CPM or LM, this course was made with student or new-ish midwives in mind! Some doulas have even enjoyed taking this course.
Who Teaches Finishing School?
Karly Nuttall, Licensed Midwife, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, and Peri Hydrosteam Therapist. Karly has been studying midwifery and attending births since 1999 and wants to give you the short cuts to confidently providing the highest level of care right from the start of your career!
What’s the investment for finishing school?
A 3-month payment plan is available with monthly installments of $200.00