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PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training

PROMPT research contributes to Queen's Anniversary Prize 2014 for University of Bristol PROMPT trainers in Zimbabwe sporting latest t-shirt trend! Pre-hospital PROMPT training using MamaNatalie Training together can be fun, and improves team working Locally adaptable - used in many countries Congratulations to PROMPT Melbourne: 1st birthday! Creating different simulated environments: pre-hospital care training with paramedics

PROMPT (PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training) is an evidence based multi-professional training package for obstetric emergencies. It is associated with direct improvements in perinatal outcome and has been proven to improve knowledge, clinical skills and team working.

The PROMPT Maternity Foundation (PMF) is a multi-professional group of obstetricians, midwives and anaesthetists based in the UK. PMF strives to make childbirth safer through training, education and research. Our aim has always been to make evidence based multi-professional obstetric emergencies training available to all.

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PROMPT Symposium tickets selling fast!!

Tickets for the PROMPT Symposium on 5-6th March 2015 are selling fast! Book while there are still places available. We already have delegates from Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Ireland, Denmark, China and The Netherlands signed up for this exciting meeting. Tickets are limited - don't miss out!


Save this date! The PROMPT Symposium: “Making Childbirth Safer Together”, 5-6th March 2015

This two-day symposium will be held in the Bath Assembly Rooms in the historic city of Bath, UK. A multi-professional group of experts from around the world have been invited to share their experiences of measuring and improving maternity care. It is ideal for midwives, obstetricians, anaesthetists and anyone who has an interest in safety and quality improvements in maternity care. More information can be found on the Symposium section of the website


PDF of Modified Obstetric Early Warning Score charts

Tim Draycott recently presented "Can lessons from multiprofessional team training in obstetrics be translated to other surgical specialties?" at an Oral Free Communication Session at the RCOG World Congress in Hyderabad, India, 28-30 March 2014.

In response to this, several audience members requested access to Modified Obstetric Early Warning Score charts. Please click to access this file.