A tracing-centred approach teaches concepts, such as anatomy, physiology, pattern identification, NICHD nomenclature, FHR components, patterns, and interventions.
Evidence-based guidelines around hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, including classification and nomenclature, diagnostic criteria, and management guidelines.
A team-based model covers how to manage various aspects of SD using illustrations and explanations of the manoeuvers used to resolve this obstetric emergency.
Clinical strategies to promote safe vaginal birth, including selective labour induction, use of vaginal birth after caesarean, and foetal malpresentation management.
An overview of obstetrical haemorrhage teaches how to recognize abnormal bleeding, quantify blood loss, identify risk factors, and understand early interventions.
A comprehensive assessment provides insight into clinicians’ mastery of knowledge and judgment, benchmarking individual scores and quantifying team variation.
Clinical Pearls expand on a 'pearl of wisdom' to strengthen fundamental clinical knowledge, presented in real-life case scenarios.
Relias OB delivers a personalised learning plan, excluding content clinicians have mastered, marked by red – required, yellow – recommended, and green – optional.
Relias OB provides data to identify and invest in areas of training that improve quality of care, increase patient safety, and reduce the risks of adverse events.
Developed by medical experts, modules are delivered in easy-to-absorb, 2-8 minute segments, including videos, case studies, and interactive 3D animations with text.
Gain insight into competency levels for individuals and teams to identify areas that need improvement and deliver targeted education.
Respect established proficiency and educate only on what the clinician needs to know to increase engagement.
Close competency gaps by identifying and addressing areas of variation, resulting in increased patient safety and reduced risk of negligence claims.
Minimise misunderstandings and errors by ensuring that ED teams are using commonly-understood protocols and language.