HMB2201 - Complex Midwifery 1
HMB2202 - Midwifery Professional Practice 1
RBM2202 - Pathophysiology & Quality Use of Medicines 2
|1.||Apply pathophysiological knowledge to women experiencing complications during pregnancy, labour, birth and the postpartum period.|
|2.||Analyse specific medical and obstetric conditions that affect labour, birth and the postpartum period.|
|3.||Critically examine the use of medications and technology (ultrasound, cardiotocography) and obstetric procedures (epidural analgesia, forceps, ventouse and caesarean birth) in midwifery and obstetric practice.|
|4.||Explain the assessment and management of maternal health complications in the first week of the postpartum period including infection, secondary postpartum haemorrhage, haematomas and deep vein thrombosis.|
|5.||Articulate knowledge of medication administration, haemodynamic monitoring, perineal suturing, and the assessment and management of maternity emergencies.|
|Assignment||Written assessment (1000 words)||30%|
|Examination||Written examination (2 hours)||50%|
|Test||Written test (online) (30 mins)||20%|
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