The Pre-hospital PROMPT training package provides hands-on simulation training for paramedic and ambulance staff who are required to provide emergency maternity care in the pre-hospital setting.  

The Trainer’s Guide is supported by downloadable training materials, including Power Point presentations, demonstration videos and specific treatment algorithms for use on your local training days and in the clinical setting.

All information is based on UK national guidance and recommendation including the national UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines (JRCALC Guidelines 2016) and the UK Resuscitation Council Guidance (2015).

The PMF team launched a Southwest Pre-hospital PROMPT Training day in January 2017 where it was incredibly well received.

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The Pre-Hospital resources available:

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Pre-Hospital PROMPT Trainers Package
This training package is designed for ambulance trusts to be able to provide localised training for their
paramedics and ambulance staff.

The package includes trainer’s manuals, guidance on how to run your day, ‘Top Tips’, seven facilitator
drill/workshop module handbooks for scenario training to complement the lecturers on antenatal/intrapartum and postnatal emergencies included and much more.

In addition to the physical resources that you will receive, you will also have access to our Learning Management System (LMS), where you can download our digital resources and localise them where required.

         
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E-learning via our Learning Management System (LMS) (Only available to ambulance trusts)
This provides access for paramedics and ambulance crew to complete our Pre-Hospital PROMPT e-learning package. In addition to access, for each person enrolled, they receive one of our Pre-Hospital Clinical Algorithm booklets.


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Pre-Hospital Clinical Algorithm Booklet
More information about these can be found here.


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Annual Update 2021
Pre-hospital PROMPT training module included within the Annual Update 2021 package that allows maternity teams to train with their local paramedic ambulance trusts, to share learning and improve processes. More information about this package can be found here.

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Please contact us via email at [email protected] for more information on the Pre-hospital training packages and resources that we have available.