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Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course – Toni Harman

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Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course

Evidence-based course for health professionals approved for 10 HOURS CPD/CE/CERPs. Includes clinical guidelines for UK, USA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

GROUP B STREP (GBS) ONLINE COURSE

USD $80 / AUD $118 / CAD $107 / NZD $125 /

GBP £66 / EURO 73 / ZAR 1223 + local taxes

  • This is a one-time purchase. There are no recurring fees.
  • There are no TIME LIMITS to complete the course.
  • 10 HOURS CPD / CE / CERPs can be claimed when needed for re-certification.
  • The usual price for this course is USD $247 – but we want to make this critical information affordable by all, so we have discounted the price to USD $80 price for a limited time only.

Group Bookings

For groups, the person who makes the purchase will be emailed access codes to distribute to all members of the group. Each group member will use the access code to create their own account. CPD/CEU credits are claimed by each individual upon completion of the course.

For larger groups of more than 10 people, including schools, colleges, universities or organisations, please CONTACT US for a bespoke quote.

  • Groups of 10: USD $400 + local taxes

GROUP B STREP (GBS) ONLINE COURSE

For Health Professionals

Helping YOU feel more confident about group B Strep.

Helping YOU support parents with full informed choice.

  • Evidence-based with up-to-date references
  • Easy-to-understand & easy-to-digest
  • Go-at-your-own pace with no deadlines
  • Learn from 5 world-leading professors and experts
  • Approved for 10 CPD HOURS / CE credits
  • Downloadable handouts & Certificate of Completion

Remember, this information can save lives.

Group B Strep is the leading cause of serious infection (meningitis & sepsis) in newborn babies.

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Aimee was born 23rd July 2011 and very quickly developed early-onset GBS meningitis. Aimee was treated with IV antibiotics and survived. Aimee has severe quadiplegic spastic dystonia cerebral palsy affecting all four limbs, and pseudobulbar palsy affecting her eating and ability to talk. (Photo credit: Aimee's mother, Charlotte)

Approved Continuing Education for midwives, doulas, childbirth educators and lactation consultants

Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course has been approved for:

10 CPD HOURS approved by the Australian College of Midwives (ACM)

10 HOURS approved by the Midwifery Council (New Zealand) Alto Films Ltd Approval Number: 2018CME038E

11.0 LAMAZE CONTACT HOURS approved by Lamaze International #LIN 18-14

11.0 CONTACT HOURS accepted by The International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA) #LIN 18-14

10.5 CERPS (8.5 R-CERPs & 2 L-CERPs) approved by the International Board of Lactation Consultants Examiners (IBLCE) CERPs Registry Number # 319051K

This course can be used as 10 HOURS CPD for revalidation by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

10 HOURS or 1.0 Midwifery CEU credits by the Midwifery Education & Accreditation Council ( Program No MEAC ID #M1819-02-0910DE ). These 10 HOURS / 1.0 Midwifery CEUs are applicable for Certified Professional Midwives recertifying through the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM).

If you are a midwife, lactation consultant, doula, childbirth educator or other health professional, the following CPD / CE credits are accepted by many midwifery, nursing, doula, childbirth education orgnanizations including: IBLCE, ACM, ICEA, DONA International, CAPPA and Lamaze International.

Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course

Accredited Continuing Education from 5 leading group B Strep experts

VICTOR NIZET: Professor & Vice Chair for Basic Research, Department of Pediatrics & Chief, Division of Host-Microbe Systems & Therapeutics. And Professor, Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California San Diego

MEGHAN AZAD: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Child Health at the University of Manitoba, Canada. Dr. Azad serves on the Executive Council for the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation, and the Breastfeeding Committee of Canada.

ANITA KOZYRSKYJ: Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta, Canada. Dr Kozryskyj is the PI of SyMBIOTA (Synergy in Microbiota) research program, one of the seven CIHR-funded Canadian Microbiome Initiative teams

PHILIP STEER: Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics, Imperial College London. Dr Steer has authored 135 research papers, and many reviews, editorials and book chapters/books. Former Editor-in-Chief of BJOG – an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, he is the current Chair of the GBS Support medical advisory panel.

JANE PLUMB MBE: Chief Executive, Group B Strep Support. A former member of the Department of Health priority setting workshops for GBS research and current member of the International Symposium on Streptococcus Agalactiae Disease scientific committee. Co-vice chair of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists’ Women’s Network.

Evidence-based visual presentations

combined with HD short videos

  • For example, from Session 2 on group B Strep in newborns:

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Course Content covers:

  • Group B Strep and the human microbiome – including the microbial properties and the special virulence factors of GBS (learn what they are in the course!)
  • Group B Strep and vaginal birth, C-section and preterm birth
  • Explanation of ‘Universal Screening’ and ‘Risk-based’ approaches to prevent GBS infections
  • Latest research on maternal IV antibiotics for GBS and the potential impact on the infant microbiome
  • Latest research on breastfeeding and group B Strep
  • Latest developments about a potential maternal GBS vaccine
  • Clinical guidelines to prevent GBS infections for USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and UK

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Course Curriculum

START HERE: GROUP B STREP (GBS) ONLINE COURSE

  • Hello and welcome!
  • Course Instructions
  • How does the course work?
  • Note on copyright
  • Notes on gender and spelling
  • Legal Disclaimer 1
  • Legal Disclaimer 2
  • List of Course Contents
  • Featured Speakers
  • Declarations of Interest

Session 1: Introduction to Group B Strep (GBS)

  • 1. Session One: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Why do you care about GBS? (2:56)
  • 3. What is group B Strep?
  • 4. VIDEO: What is group B Strep? (1:06)
  • 5. Microbial properties of group B Strep
  • 6. VIDEO: Microbial properties of group B Strep (5:22)
  • 7. GBS and the human microbiome
  • 8. VIDEO: Group B Strep and the human microbiome (2:19)
  • 9. Carrying GBS in the human microbiome
  • 10. VIDEO: Difference between carrying group B Strep and having a group B Strep infection? (1:24)
  • 11. How is GBS carriage detected?
  • 12. VIDEO: Who is most vulnerable to GBS infections? (1:46)
  • 13. GBS infection in adults
  • 14. Session One: Science References
  • 15. Session One: Graded Test
  • 16. Session One: Downloadable Handouts
  • 17. Session One: Discussion Forum

Session 2: Group B Strep and Newborns

  • 1. Session Two: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: GBS infection in newborns: A serious global problem (1:03)
  • 3. Global statistics for carrying GBS in pregnancy
  • 4. VIDEO: How can infants acquire group B Strep during labour and vaginal childbirth? (2:40)
  • 5. How can infants acquire GBS during labour and vaginal birth?
  • 6. VIDEO: How can infants acquire group B Strep after birth? (1:43)
  • 7. How can infants acquire GBS after birth?
  • 8. VIDEO: Risk of a newborn developing a GBS infection (3:22)
  • 9. Risk of a newborn developing GBS infection
  • 10. VIDEO: GBS infection and preterm birth (1:37)
  • 11. GBS infection and preterm birth
  • 12. VIDEO: GBS infection with C-section (0:49)
  • 13. GBS and C-section
  • 14. Session Two: Science References
  • 15. Session Two: Graded Test
  • 16. Session Two: Downloadable handouts
  • 17. Session Two: Discussion Forum

Session 3: Signs Of Early And Late Onset GBS infection

  • 1. Session Three: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Difference between early-onset and late-onset GBS infections (1:47)
  • 3. GBS is a serious risk to infant health
  • 4. VIDEO: GBS is a cause of stillbirth (2:19)
  • 5. GBS is a cause of stillbirth
  • 6. VIDEO: ο»ΏSigns of early-onset GBS infection (1:49)rt
  • 7. Signs of early-onset GBS infection
  • 8. VIDEO: Signs of late-onset group B Strep infection (1:28)
  • 9. Signs of late-onset GBS infection
  • 10. VIDEO: Diagnosing group B Strep infection (1:06)
  • 11. Rate of GBS infections across the world
  • 12. VIDEO Treating group B Strep infection with antibiotics (1:45)
  • 13. Treating GBS infections with antibiotics
  • 14. VIDEO: Morbidity and mortality rates for GBS infection (2:27)
  • 15. Key morbidity and mortality statistics from around the world
  • 16. Session Three: Science references
  • 17. Session Three: Graded Test
  • 18. Session Three: Downloadable Handouts
  • 19. Session Three: Discussion Forum

Session 4: Strategies For Preventing Early-Onset GBS Infection

  • 1. Session Four: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: With no symptoms, how can you tell if you are a carrier for GBS? (1:38)t
  • 3. Types of test for GBS during pregnancy
  • 4. VIDEO: Types of test for GBS carriage (2:14)
  • 5. 'Risk-based' and 'Universal testing' strategies for GBS
  • 6. VIDEO: What is the ‘Risk-based’ approach for GBS during pregnancy? (2:43)
  • 7. What is a 'Risk-based’ approach to GBS during pregnancy?
  • 8. VIDEO: What is ‘Universal screening’ for GBS during pregnancy? (2:14)
  • 9. What is ‘Universal screening’?
  • 10. VIDEO: Procedure for testing mother for GBS at 35-37 weeks’ gestation (1:54)
  • 11. If a woman tests positive for carrying GBS
  • 12. VIDEO: Effectiveness of ‘Universal Screening’ compared to the ‘Risk-based approach’ for GBS (1:19)
  • 13. Which approach is more effective?
  • 14. Session Four: Science Referencest
  • 15. Session Four: Graded Test
  • 16. Session Four: Downloadable Handouts
  • 17. Session Four: Discussion Forum

Session 5: Preventing GBS Infections With IV Antibiotics

  • 1. Session Five: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Preventing GBS infections with antibiotics (1:29)
  • 3. How effective are Intrapartum Antimicrobial Prophylaxis (IAP) at preventing early-onset GBS infections
  • 4. VIDEO: When are Intrapartum Antimicrobial Prophylaxis (IAP) administered? (0:47)t
  • 5. When are Intrapartum Antimicrobial Prophylaxis IAP administered
  • 6. VIDEO: How are Intrapartum Antimicrobial Prophylaxis (IAP) administered? (1:19)
  • 7. Which antibiotic at what dosage?
  • 8. VIDEO: What if a mother is allergic to penicillin? (0:43)
  • 9. Severe reaction to penicillin (anaphylaxis)
  • 10. VIDEO: Risk of serious anaphylactic allergic reaction to antibiotics? (1:03)
  • 11. Observe baby rather than IAP
  • 12. VIDEO: Observe baby rather than IAP (1:07)
  • 13. Session Five: Science References
  • 14. Session Five: Graded Test
  • 15. Session Five Downloadable Handouts
  • 16. Session Five: Discussion Forum

PART TWO: GUIDELINES FOR UK, USA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

  • 1. Session Six Learning Objectives
  • 2. Session 6: Updates and Disclaimer
  • 3. Session Six: Reminder of clinical terms

Session 6: Guidelines for UK

  • 6a UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 – Summary of some points from guidelines
  • 6b. UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 – List of clinical risk-factors
  • 6c. UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 – Explanation of antibiotic dosage
  • 6d. UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 – Summary of risk-based approach if mother is in labour
  • 6e. UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 – Induction membrane sweeping or Caesarean
  • 6f. UK RCOG Green–top Guideline No. 36 2017 -Summary after baby is born
  • Session 6: Downloads for Guidelines for UK

Session 6: Guidelines for USA

  • 6a. USA CDC 2010 Summary of some points from guidelines
  • 6b USA CDC 2010 If the screening result for GBS is positive
  • 6c USA CDC 2010 IAP recommendation without GBS screening
  • 6d USA CDC 2010 If a pregnant mother’s GBS status is unknown
  • 6e USA CDC 2010 If preterm labour or rupture of membranes before 37 weeks
  • 6f USA CDC 2010 If allergic to penicillin
  • 6g USA CDC 2010 Recommendations after the baby is born
  • 6h USA CDC 2010 Recommendations for planned C-section
  • 6i USA CDC 2010 Summary of when IAP not needed
  • Session 6: Downloads for Guidelines for USA

Session 6: Guidelines for CANADA

  • 6a Canada SOGC 2018 Summary and statement
  • 6b Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 1 Universal Screening
  • 6c Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 2 IAP for GBS
  • 6d Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 3 Preterm or rupture of membranes
  • 6e Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 4 Intrapartum fever and chorioamnionitis
  • 6f Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 5 Antibiotic susceptibility testing
  • 6g Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 6 Term pre-labour rupture of membranes
  • 6h Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 7 Unknown GBS status at term and ruptured membranes over 18 hours
  • 6i Canada SOGC 2018 Recommendation No. 8 Preterm pre-labour rupture of membranes
  • 6j Canada SOGC 2018 Recommended antibiotic regimens for intrapartum prophylaxis
  • Session 6: Downloads for Guidelines for CANADA

Session 6: Guidelines for AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

  • 6a Australia and New Zealand RANZCOG 2016 Summary of some points in guidelines
  • 6b Australia and New Zealand RANZCOG 2016 guidelines – Flowchart for risk-factor approach
  • 6c Australia and New Zealand RANZCOG 2016 guidelines – Flowchart for Universal Screening
  • 6d Australia and New Zealand RANZCOG 2016 guidelines – Flowchart for Specific Clinical Scenarios
  • 6e Australia and New Zealand RANZCOG 2016 guidelines – Flowchart for antibiotic dosage for IAP and Conclusion
  • 6f New Zealand Consensus 2014 Guideline – Summary of recommendations
  • 6g New Zealand Consensus 2014 Guideline – Management of newborn babies
  • Session 6: Downloads for Guidelines for AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

Session 6: Science references, test and handouts

  • Session Six Science references
  • Session Six: Graded Test
  • Session Six: Downloadable Handouts
  • Session Six: Discussion Forum

Session 7: Two Small Studies On The Impact Of Intrapartum Antimicrobial Prophylaxis (IAP) On The Infant Microbiome

  • 1. Session Seven Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: General thoughts on the impact of Intrapartum Antibiotic Prophylaxis (IAP) on the infant microbiome (3:38)
  • 3. Two small studies comparing impact of IAP on infant gut microbiome
  • 4. VIDEO: Impact of IAP on infants at 3 months of age in the CHILD study (2016) (2:53)
  • 5. Findings of Canadian CHILD Study (2016)
  • 6. VIDEO: CHILD Study (2016): Maternal antibiotics associated with decrease of Bacteroidetes (2:08)
  • 7. Canadian CHILD study – Age 3 months, different bacterial pattern after exposure to maternal IV antibiotics
  • 8. VIDEO: Child health implications of maternal IAP – Risk of food sensitisation? (1:29)
  • 9. CHILD Study (2016) Increased risk of food sensitisation
  • 10. VIDEO: Summary of findings of CHILD Study (2016):IAP and increased risk for food sensitisation (2:13)
  • 11.Session Seven: Science references
  • 12. Session Seven: Graded Test
  • 14. Session Seven: Downloadable Handouts
  • 15. Session Seven: Discussion Forum

Session 8: Evidence For Other Strategies To Prevent GBS Infections

  • 1. Session Eight Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: IAP for every pregnant woman (1:19)
  • 3. IAP for every pregnant woman
  • 4. VIDEO: Eradicating GBS carriage during pregnancy? (2:24)
  • 5. Can GBS carriage be eradicated?
  • 6. VIDEO: Can probiotics reduce GBS colonisation? (0:57)
  • 7. Do probiotics reduce GBS colonisation?
  • 8. Session Eight Science references
  • 9. Session Eight: Graded Test
  • 10. Session Eight: Downloadable Handouts
  • 11. Session Eight: Discussion Forum

Session 9: GBS and Breastfeeding

  • 1. Session Nine: Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: How does breastfeeding impact GBS? (2:01)
  • 3. Can breastfeeding modify changes from maternal IV antibiotics given before birth?
  • 4. VIDEO: Can breastfeeding help ‘restore’ the compositional changes in the infant microbiome? (2:42)
  • 5. Could breast milk help prevent GBS infection in babies?
  • 6. VIDEO: Summary of impact of breastfeeding after exposure to antibiotics (0:49)
  • 7. Session Nine: Science references
  • 8. Session Nine: Graded Test
  • 9. Session Nine: Downloadable Handouts & Extra Reading
  • 10. Session Nine: Discussion Forum

Session 10: Potential For A Future Vaccine To Prevent GBS Infections

  • 1. Session Ten Learning Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Possibility of a vaccine to prevent GBS infections? (2:47)
  • 3. Maternal vaccines for Pertussis, Neonatal Tetanus, Respiratory Synctial Virus (RSV) and Pneumonia
  • 4. VIDEO: Could a vaccine help prevent GBS infections? (1:52)
  • 5. A maternal vaccine for GBS
  • 6. VIDEO: Progress with GBS vaccine research (5:25)
  • 7. IV antibiotics would still be needed
  • 8. VIDEO: How soon could a GBS vaccine be ready? (2:02)
  • 9. GBS vaccines in development
  • 10. VIDEO: What is your take-home message? (2:03)
  • 11. Session Ten Science references
  • 12. Session Ten: Graded Test
  • 13. Session Ten: Downloadable Handouts
  • 14. Session Ten: Discussion Forum

Session 11: Downloadable Handouts, Student Evaluation and Certificate of Completion

  • 1. Session Eleven: Course Downloadable Handouts
  • 2. Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course: Student Evaluation Form
  • 3. Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course: Discussion Forum
  • 4. Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course: Certificate of Completion
  • 4b. Midwifery Council (New Zealand) – Certificate of Completion, Reflection Forms, Course Schedule and Reference List

Course Format

The course format is a mixture of evidence-based visual presentations, short videos, graded tests, discussion forums, evaluations and downloadable handouts.

  • 11 hours of course content delivered in short easy-to-undertand bite-sized learning sessions.
  • There's no deadline to complete the course so you can go-at-your-own pace
  • Each session includes picture and text-based PDF's, full HD short videos, discussion forums and quizzes
  • Full set of downloadable handouts including printable Certificate of Completion (with approved CE credits)

Why are we doing this?

Here’s an outline of our goals for our Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course.

  • Group B Strep (GBS) is a complex, nuanced and difficult subject that can cause much confusion for many health professionals. Current clinical guidelines to prevent GBS infections can be a minefield to navigate. This means Group B Strep can be a conversation stopper, because many health professionals do not feel fully confident on the subject.
  • Our Group B Strep (GBS) Online Couse sets out to explain in an easy-to-understand way the latest thinking on group B Strep, including an explanation of the latest evidence-based research, the current guidelines and practices in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and possible future developments to prevent group B Strep infections in newborns.
  • The Group B Strep (GBS) Online Course is designed to help health professionals feel much more confident on this difficult subject, so they can be in a better position to empower parents with full informed choice. Our hope is that this course provides a platform for debate and discussion about whether current guidelines and practices need to be reviewed. We also hope the course will highlight the urgent need for much more research to help improve health outcomes for all mums and babies.

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