Frequently Asked Questions
Course lectures are self-paced. You can take as long as you need. If you pause a lecture, the special software will remember where you left off and offer the option to begin there or start over when you return to it. Course lectures are also independent of each other. They may be viewed in any order, and, while we recommend taking the entire course, you can skip lectures on topics that don’t interest you.
Course lectures can be viewed on any device capable of internet streaming.
Access to courses never expires, and when lectures are updated or new lectures are added, you will automatically receive access to the updated or new lectures.
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Not at all. The same issues are of concern in most other countries, and what constitutes optimal care is the same the world over. Moreover, because much of the world’s research is published in English, the research literature analyzed and synthesized in the lectures has been conducted in many countries, not just the U.S.
It’s never too late to gather information that can help you make informed decisions and obtain optimal care for you and your baby.
You can access course lectures from anywhere in the world that has internet access and at any time that is convenient to you.
Yes, each slide is accompanied by a “Notes” page that contains the narration script for that slide.
Unfortunately, no. CBU lectures are streamable only and use a special software that enables you to control the pace and order of the slide presentations.
Once you purchase a course, you will automatically receive notifications about new lectures and access to updated lectures. Be sure to add email@example.com to your email address book so e-notices don’t end up in your spam filter.
Absolutely! If you aren’t satisfied, contact us within 30 days of your purchase date, and we’ll refund your money.
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Childbirth U is intended to help you make informed decisions about maternity care; however, the information found on this website is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should consult your physician or midwife before acting on any of the information you find here. While the content of CBU lectures is believed to be true and accurate at the time of publication, we accept no legal responsibility for any errors or omissions that may be made and make no warranty, express or implied, with respect to the content of CBU lectures.