Obstetrical Acupuncture with Sarah Budd (plus Debra Betts & Emilie Salomons)
The very first Obstetrical Acupuncture Association (OBAA) event outside North America was a tremendous success! Sarah Budd rocked the two-day lecture in obstetrical acupuncture in Dublin, Ireland.
OBAA Board Advisor Sarah Budd presented a two-day lecture in the following topics:
- History of Obstetrics (incl. Classics)
- Today in Obstetrics – incl. Acupuncture
- General Pathologies in Pregnancy
- Red Flags – IN DEPTH
- Audit your practice – MYMOP
- The Importance of Organisation in Supporting Obstetrical Acupuncture
- Q&A with OBAA Co-President, Dr Emilie Salomons (via Skype)
- Q&A with OBAA Board Advisor, Dr Debra Betts (via Skype)
- Research in Acupuncture for Obstetrics
- Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG)
- Live Delphi
- Breech Presentation
- Labour Preparation
- Anxiety and Depression
- Building Bridges With The Midwifery and Medical Community
October 13th and 14th 2018
Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport
Dr Debra Betts, also an OBAA Board Advisor, will be online via Skype for a Q&A session on Sunday morning.
Dr. Emilie Salomons, OBAA Co-President, will be online via Skype on Saturday for a Q&A session.
Both Q&A sessions will be broadcast on the OBAA Facebook page.
The Obstetrical Acupuncture Association was created to connect practitioners who work in the field of Obstetrical Acupuncture. The OBAA is committed to being a source for up to date research, educational resources, support and mentorship, to further the field of Obstetrical Acupuncture globally. The association is dedicated to promoting the highest level of safety and knowledge in the field.
The OBAA provides a resource for both pregnant people and their care providers to find acupuncturists in their area that demonstrate an elevated standard of care and safety within the field of peri-natal care. The association is dedicated to education, research, and the practice of Acupuncture as it relates to the treatment of prenatal, obstetrical and post-partum health. Association members demonstrate their knowledge through clinical experience, continuing education and a voluntary written examination. For more information, please visit the OBAA website.