HBM1001 - Anatomy and Physiology 1 and
HBM1202 - Anatomy and Physiology 2 and
HMB1001 - Foundations of Midwifery and
HMB1002 - Fundamentals of Midwifery and Nursing
|1.||Contextualise the pathophysiology of health conditions related to childbearing and identify evidence-based paths of care for women to optimise health and wellness;|
|2.||Critique pathophysiological conditions of women during childbearing using an evidence-based approach;|
|3.||Explain the principles of pharmacological interventions in the care of women;|
|4.||Discuss safety and efficacy issues of medications pertaining to childbearing women within the context of pregnancy, intrapartum and the early parenting periods; and|
|5.||Develop and demonstrate clinical decision-making skills to problem-solve potential complications with applied medication management in maternity care.|
|Test||Multiple choice questions- Week 1 (10%) and Week 2 (10%)||20%|
|ICT (Wiki, Web sites)||Written post and students responses to peers’ posts (600 words)||20%|
|Case Study||Response to case study linking pathophysiology and pharmacotherapeutics to women’s care (1000 words)||30%|
|Portfolio||Compilation of: Key insights from case study including appropriate and safe use of medications. This will be submitted at two points during the block.||30%|
Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and related Biosciences 4th ed.
Stables D. and Rankin J, 2017
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