Pregnancy Choices Training is a 2-day course that defines and explains all the options available to people experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.
The course is open to nurses, midwives, doctors, counsellors, community health workers, school counsellors, youth workers, Aboriginal Health Workers and any professional who may work with clients with unplanned pregnancy.
The course covers broad social and political issues and clinical options, incorporating cultural considerations into topics and resources.
Global, national and local views of unplanned pregnancy
Social and political context of unplanned pregnancy and women’s choices
Cultural implications of unplanned pregnancy
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander perspective
Culturally & Linguistically Diverse perspective
Family and domestic violence in the context of unplanned pregnancy