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With accredited training events held in 32 countries across the world, we are dedicated to promoting successful vacuum delivery for the benefit of clinicians, mothers and their babies. Vacca Research is one of the leading vacuum delivery trainers in the world.

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Improve your skills and level of care

Vacca Research training combines eLearning with practical hands-on technique development to deliver a truly holistic approach to skills improvement. You will complete online learning modules that provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of Vacuum Assisted Delivery, complemented with attendance at the practical training workshop to equip you with the practical skills required to perform a safe and successful procedure.

Your skill improvement is the key to delivering the optimal level of care.

    Online eLearning

  • Understand the technical principles of vacuum delivery
  • Understand the safety and risk management aspects of Vacuum Assisted Delivery

   Hands-On Workshop

  • Learn to recognise, grade & perform safe Vacuum Assisted Delivery and enhance your skill level
  • Learn to perform non-rotational & rotational vacuum deliveries
  • Understand and apply safety and risk management to your vacuum delivery procedure

Comments from our workshops

"A great workshop. Practical application of principles"
TAS/VIC RANZCOG ASM, Tasmania

How well do you know your vacuum delivery?

 

Position of the fetal head

Correct application of the vacuum cup depends on knowledge of the position of the head. The head is in which position?

 

The answer is: B

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Latest News & Announcements

 

New online learning resources for Vacuum-Assisted Delivery

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Vacca Research is happy to release the first stage of the new online learning resources for Vacuum-Assisted Delivery.   Read more >

Aldo Vacca Tribute Dinner

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The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) is hosting a Tribute Dinner in Brisbane in recognition of the exceptional contribution made by the late Dr Aldo Vacca to the global health of women and their babies. Proceeds from the Event will be used to support the establishment of an Aldo Vacca Award to be presented at each RANZCOG Annual Scientific Meeting. College members, friends and all persons wishing to pay tribute to Aldo are most welcome to attend the dinner.  Read more >

Vacca Research contributes to GLOWM

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Vacca Research has joined the stable of medical educators contributing to Global Library of Women's Medicine (GLOWM).  Read more >