HMB3001 - Midwifery Care 2: Women with Complex Childbearing Needs and
HMB3002 - Midwifery Practice Experience 2
|1.||Interrogate how the birthing and reproductive rights of women are determined by the socio-cultural landscape in Australia from an intersectional feminist perspective;|
|2.||Investigate how technology and the medicalisation of maternity care provision has impacted women's healthy birthing and midwives' capacity to facilitate this utilising woman-centred care;|
|3.||Explore how women's experiences of childbearing care can inform the provision of maternity care by examining the role of advocacy in midwifery models of care and Continuity of Care experiences;|
|4.||Identify and analyse the factors impacting on midwives' leadership in informing the provision of woman-centred care in practice settings; and|
|5.||Interrogate factors infuencing midwives' resilience, health and wellbeing and work satisfaction.|
|Research Paper||Critique of two pieces of research (500 words each; total 1000 words)||30%|
|Practicum||Question Guide designed for a conversation with a consumer advocate in maternity care (1000 words equivalent)||30%|
|Presentation||Group poster presentation (20 mins)||40%|
|Report||Continuity of Care Report detailing experience with one of the recruited women (1000 words)||0%|
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