Our training has consistently been shown to inspire healthcare professionals to change their practice:
- In our latest evaluation of training over 2017/18, 84% of participants felt confident in applying human rights principles after our training compared to 35% before.
- 81% of participants said that the training would change the way they worked with women and birthing people.
- 97% of participants recently surveyed said they would recommend Birthrights training to others.
What do people say about Birthrights training?
“Reflecting on Birthrights course. Highly recommend to healthcare professionals working in maternity care. I have greater understanding of applying human rights, as well as tools for difficult conversations. Always remember, you may not agree with her decision, but it’s not your decision, it’s hers.”Trainee Obstetrician, London
“I just wanted to write and say an enormous thank you to Birthrights for the hard work and excellent delivery that makes your study days some of the best I have ever attended. ‘Thought-provoking’ doesn’t really cover it – left me totally rethinking my practice and my interactions with women. So grateful that I got to hear the session – Jo and Simon were awesome and spoke with both passion and extensive knowledge.”Midwife, Chesterfield Royal
“I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank you again for the workshop you provided – it was brilliantly informative and real food for thought.”Student Midwife, Bournemouth
“Feeling like a ninja midwife after an amazing study day – thank you.”Midwife, Lewisham
Our training clients have included: the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), East Midlands Clinical Network, Health and Social Care Safety Forum – Northern Ireland, NHS Trusts including: Aneurin Bevan, Cardiff Vale, Chelsea and Westminster, Chesterfield, George Elliot, Lewisham and Greenwich, Reading, St Georges, University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire.