Intravenous Therapy for Midwives

MEAC Continue Educating Units

Learn to start, manage, and discontinue intravenous therapy

This course worth 8 MEAC ACCREDITED CEU HOURS will include discussion and practice on the use of intravenous therapy in the prevention and treatment of shock. Intravenous therapy is an essential skill for midwives who will need to start IVs to manage complications in an out-of-hospital setting or while waiting for transfer, as well as the prophylactic administration of Group B Strep antibiotics during labor.

Note: Full proficiency must be demonstrated before being issued the passing certificate and CEU's for this course. Be advised that you may need to register and pay again if you do not pass. 


Intravenous Therapy for Midwives: $280

($35 per CEU hour)

$25 discount for registering more than 30 days in advance. You must register at least 10 days in advance so we have enough supplies for everyone.

Note: Idaho residents are required to pass this course with full competency no more than one year prior to licensing. Cost for Idaho residents is discounted to $200.

There are no refunds for any reason except a birth on the actual day of the seminar. If you cannot attend for any other reason, we will gladly transfer your fees to another live seminar we teach, or convert them into a donation.


CEU: 8 hours

Accredited by MEAC


Boise, Idaho:

October 3, 2019 Closed- Now Full

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I. Identify appropriate situations requiring an IV during midwifery care, including treatment of shock and pharmacology for hemorrhage (1 hour)

II. Identify appropriate procedure for the administration of prophylactic antibiotics for Group B Strep
(1 hour)

III. Select appropriate supplies needed for intravenous therapy (30 mins)

IV. Select veins and review sterile technique during IV therapy (30 mins)

V. Procedure for preparing, inserting the IV, setting up bag of fluid, and discontinuing the IV (1 hour)

VI. Practice Inserting , Maintaining and Discontinuing an IV first on a fake simulation arm and then on a live volunteer (4 hours)


8:00am - 5:00pm