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Prenatal Health eLearning Program

This online prenatal health program is made for you, whether you're pregnant, a partner or a support person. You'll learn about pregnancy, labour and birth, breastfeeding and newborn care. It can help you feel more prepared for pregnancy, childbirth and in your role as a new parent. Register today!


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Available to Middlesex-London Residents

The Prenatal Health eLearning Program is FREE and available to residents of Middlesex-London (NOTE: You must be a resident of Middlesex-London to register).


Preparing for Parenthood

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Don’t miss out! The Preparing for Parenthood Class focuses on strengthening the relationship with your partner, and adjusting to your new parenting roles. Learn more →


About the Program

Once you have set up your user account with InJoy, you have one year to complete it. We recommend that you complete the program at your own pace and convenience. It’s easy to pick up where you left off or re-visit topics of interest. Each class takes about 6 hours to complete. Consider your schedule and what will work best for you. Have fun with the online quizzes to review what you have learned.

Questions about Registration

If you have any questions about registering for the program, please contact the Health Unit's Prenatal Education Program Office at 519-663-5317, extension 2772 or email

Ask a Public Health Nurse

If you have questions about the information you've read in the eLearning program, you can contact a Public Health Nurse. Please email your question to


These web pages are for information purposes only. They are not a substitute for professional medical advice.

Do not use the phone numbers or email addresses listed if you are having any pain, bleeding or you feel as if there is something wrong. Call your healthcare provider immediately, go to the nearest emergency department, or call 911.

Date of creation: September 2, 2016
Last modified on: May 16, 2019