Using lighting to support birth
Ane Eskildsen, Head of Communication and user satisfaction at Chromaviso, will present their thoughts and experiences with the use of light in clinical settings.
This Live webinar was on Jan 14th, 2021.
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The right light can support the different phases and needs in birth and improve staff working conditions. Experiences from Kolding Hospital.
Situational and circadian lighting supports birth with light settings customized for each phase and need.
Experiences from Kolding Hospital and Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark.
Attend this 30 minutes presentation and join the discussion for another 30 minutes.
The physical surroundings have a substantial impact on the atmosphere during birth.
Light plays an essential role as it influences our hormones, feelings, and visual comfort.
Using different light settings to support the different situations and needs positively affect both the actual birth, the families’ experience, and the work environment.
Chromaviso specializes in health-promoting light for hospitals, and all solutions are documented in clinical trials and best practice.
Ane Eskildsen will present:
- Why light is essential for our health, wellbeing, and the circadian clock
- How light influences delivery and how it supports different phases and needs
- How to make a holistic lighting design for both families and staff
- Experiences from Kolding Hospital
- Important considerations when choosing light
GynZone Live – Birth Solutions presents clinical tips, expert knowledge, great ideas, and products that we find useful for creating a safe and loving birth environment.
This webinar recording is highly relevant for doctors, midwives, nurses, students, and any health professional working with improvements in work environments in a hospital setting.
This webinar is kindly sponsored by: Vulva Enterprise, Linde Gas, Chromaviso, Wavecare, Azanta, PKA, Dam Kærgaard and Fjordblink.