Due to current restrictions and a growing number of COVID-19 cases across Victoria, our IBPS program is reverting to the COVID-safe training criteria from 1 July 2021 to 31 December 2021.
Please use the below link to access the current training criteria during this time:
2020-2021 IBPS Operating Manual [PDF, 2.41MB]
We’ll provide an update in December 2021 covering any changes relating to the January-June 2022 period. If you have any queries please contact: email@example.com.
Putting women and babies first
The evidence is clear. When birth suite clinicians take part in best practice training, outcomes for women and their babies improve. It also helps to manage risk within your health service, and improve teamwork contributing to a healthier, safer community.
If your hospital has trained more than 80% of birth suite clinicians staff in programs that meet the training criteria in the 2021-2022 IBPS program, we’ll refund part of the obstetric component of your medical indemnity premium. For larger hospitals this will be 5%, while smaller health services will receive a minimum of $24,000.
It’s a simple philosophy that drives the program: we all benefit when our health professionals are working at their very best.
How to get your refund
You’ll need to deliver education and training to your birth suite clinicians in three key areas:
- Multidisciplinary maternity emergency management
- Fetal surveillance
- Neonatal resuscitation
If you can demonstrate that you’ve met the attestation criteria this financial year, we’ll be happy to reward you with the refund in June. You’ll find all you need to know about the program in the 2021-2022 IBPS Operating Manual [PDF, 2.68MB]: training information, getting the refund, meeting the eligibility criteria, and answers to common questions you might have.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.