92873 Midwifery Practice 16cp; 6hpw x 4wks (face-to-face workshop)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Clinical practice subject
This subject builds on the anatomy and physiology of pregnancy, birth and the puerperium learnt in the pre-session subject. The subject provides the theoretical underpinnings to enable students to acquire the requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes for midwifery practice. The primary focus of this subject is on women experiencing a normal childbearing period. Complexities in pregnancy, birth and the puerperium, including the newborn will be introduced in this subject. Students will engage in role plays, case scenarios and simulated practice in providing care to women and their families throughout pregnancy, birth and the puerperium.
Professional practice placements are a compulsory requirement and are assessed within this subject.
Autumn session, City campus
This subject was formerly named Midwifery Clinical Practice.
Detailed subject description.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125