92785 Midwifery in Complex Situations6cp; 6hpw x 4wks (workshop); clinical studies subject
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Clinical studies subject
This subject prepares students to assess, plan, implement and evaluate midwifery care for women and babies who have complex needs. Anatomy and physiology knowledge, from 92873 Midwifery Practice 1 and 92893 Midwifery Practice 2, is built on, particularly in relation to complexities of pregnancy, birth and the puerperium. Students are introduced to the medications and other treatments used to treat commonly occurring complexities in pregnancy, birth and the puerperium. The legal, ethical and professional responsibilities of the midwife are examined in relation to the provision of care for these women and their families.
Spring session, City campus
This subject was formerly named Midwifery in Complexity.
Detailed subject description.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125