The Women’s Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP)
MSEP's vision is to improve the maternity outcomes of women and their babies through the provision of interprofessional education, supportive partnerships and capacity building in rural and regional maternity services.
Contact our experienced Clinical Midwifery Educators to discuss a program that will meet your education needs.
The Women’s Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP) is a state-wide clinical education program, delivering interprofessional education for Victorian maternity services.
MSEP workshops are tailored to meet individual service needs, assisting clinicians to provide woman-centred, high quality, evidence based and culturally safe care.
Programs are accredited with the following professional colleges:
- Australian College of Midwives – MSEP programs are accredited for the relevant CPD hours.
- Royal Australian College of General Practitioners*
- Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine*
- The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists*
*Medical clinicians can apply for individual CPD hours for MSEP programs. General Practitioners and General Practitioner Obstetricians may be eligible for procedural grant funding through RACGP or ACRRM. Please contact email@example.com if you require information regarding the procedural grant process for MSEP programs.
Maternity Emergency Program
Interprofessional simulation-based education program for maternity clinicians from Level 2 to 4 maternity services. Meets the requirements of VMIA’s Focus Area 1: Multidisciplinary Maternity Emergency Training.Learn more
Emergency Birth Program
Simulation and clinical skill stations-based education program designed for preparing Level 1 maternity services or non-maternity services with the knowledge and skills required to manage unplanned birth.Learn more
Maternity Update program
Online education program focused on: current evidence-based practice, guidelines and skills across pregnancy, birth and the postnatal continuum.Learn more
Koori Maternity Services (KMS) Gatherings
A partnership between Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) and MSEP to provide current, evidence-based education for the metro and regional KMS workforce.Learn more
MSEP and The Maternity Connect Program
The Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP) and the Maternity Connect Program (MCP) are working together in partnership to support clinical education needs for rural and regional midwives in preparation for clinical placement activities.Learn more
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