Care of the Patient With Dystocia in the Second Stage of Labor is based on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 2024 Clinical Practice Guideline No. 8 regarding the management of first- and second-stage labor. This course expands healthcare professionals’ knowledge base concerning (1) identification of and care for the patient with dystocia during the second stage of labor, (2) risks and benefits of assisted vaginal deliveries as an intervention to help decrease the cesarean rate when dystocia is identified, and (3) strategies to engage patients in shared decision making when modifications to the delivery plan are suggested.