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HBM1001 - Anatomy and Physiology 1
|1.||Discuss the concepts related to health, illness and the health care experience.|
|2.||Apply knowledge and skills in assisting persons experiencing difficulty meeting activities of daily living.|
|3.||Utilise professional communication skills required for health assessment and therapeutic relationships in the midwifery and nursing context.|
|4.||Demonstrate principles and practices of midwifery care utilising a woman-centred approach during pregnancy including assessment of maternal and foetal well-being.|
|5.||Incorporate the principles of occupational health and safety, and infection control in midwifery and nursing practice.|
|6.||Demonstrate foundational health assessment knowledge and skills.|
|7.||Utilise effective and accurate documentation in the care of clients in the midwifery and nursing context.|
|8.||Demonstrate numeracy skills required for the safe practice of medication administration.|
|9.||Provide evidence of recruitment of two (2) women to participate in the Continuity of Care program.|
|Test||Online test (30 mins)||15%|
|Assignment||Written assessment (1000 words)||25%|
|Case Study||Open book Case study||30%|
|Test||Online test MCQ and short answer||20%|
|Test||Practical skills test (20 mins)||10%|
|Other||Evidence of recruitment of two (2) women||0%|
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