English for Nurses has had the pleasure of forming a close teaching relationship with ‘Call a Midwife’. This dynamic new organisation, based in Berlin, offers expert midwifery advice via video-chat. The service is able to give comprehensive guidance to women in the comfort of familiar surroundings.
English is one of many languages spoken by their team of experts and the ability to communicate effectively and professionally is absolutely essential to their work. EfN have been delighted to be able to help them improve their English Midwifery terminology. The three ladies pictured above – Sabine Kroh (Founder & Director), Betül Firat (Consultant/Teacher) and Sylvia Jungeblut (Consultant/Teacher) have all attended and graduated from our module-based system ‘English for Midwives’. In addition, there is now a continuing revision group of 11 midwives – hosted by Sabine Kroh – from Berlin, Hamburg, Potsdam, Hannover, Augsburg and NRW who are currently attending our workshops. We are looking forward to continuing this relationship in the future.
‘Call a Midwife’ Founder, Sabine Kroh has over 27 years experience as a midwife and receives enquiries from pregnant women and expectant mothers from all over the world.
“I’ve already given Skype consultations to women from Cape Town, New York, Budapest, Kiev and London… With ‘Call a Midwife’ I hope to develop this idea and professionalise the support given”, says Sabine.
Well done to Sabine, Betül and Sylvia! We wish you the very best for the future and for the vital work you are doing.
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