midwife   refugee   kit

Each part 1 and 2 gives 12 certified e-log points, so 24 in total !!!

(in the SHV continuing education catalogue 2022/2023)

Get a discount for individual solutions for institutions, hospitals or birthing houses!

If you're interested to hear more send an e-mail to: info@onedu.org

You can find a demoversion here: Teaser Part 1

If you have a paypal-account, you can log in directly for the course by registering on our Moodle page. You can then use this login later for other courses. Use the following link: https://onedu.moodlecloud.com

Click on "Create new account", click "Next" twice and agree to the guidelines.
Fill in the registration data and create a new user account.
You will receive an email to confirm your account. Click on the link. You should now be in our Moodle. Click on "Home" and then on "Midwife Refugee Kit".
If you would like to pay without Paypal (by credit card), you can do so here and you will receive an email telling you how to log in to our Moodle site.

E-learning with a difference?
The learning units deal with the following topics in a playful and interactive way:

Part 1:
  Background and motivation
  Swiss asylum system
  Communication and Language
  Transcultural competencies
  Health in Switzerland
  Countries with most applications

Part 2:
  Intersectionality, privilege check
  Discrimination in obstetrics
  FGC: Female genital cutting
  Trauma-sensitive care
  Holistic, person-centered care

The course is designed by midwives and it includes videos and audios with different experts in the respective topics. Through a varied programme, you will hardly notice how classical learning units are taught. You choose your own pace and can immerse yourself in the topics that interest you.

The training tool will encourage you to reflect on your own images and stereotypes. It tries to find different, new ways to deal with difficult situations in the care of people with a migration background. It shows how you can access the right resources, find easily applicable answers and learn about your own upbringing, privileges and belief systems. It gives health professionals valuable insights into how the Swiss asylum system works and extensive practical tools for dealing with transcultural interactions and trauma-sensitive care in their daily work.

  • Become competent and able to deal with people from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

  • Learn to deal with the pressure of meeting more and more socio-economic and cultural needs.

  • Reduce stress and exhaustion through meaningful work and more understanding.

  • Become part of an open-minded maternity and postpartum care.

  • Help to work towards a more equitable health system for both health workers and patients.

  • Help create better outcomes for asylum seeking families and receive positive feedback.