|Home | Course Options | How to Apply | Scholarships and Prizes | Student Life | High School Students | Course Brochures | Contact Us|
Develops the students’ knowledge about how to care for women and babies with serious disorders or complications during childbearing. Students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to care for women who experience pelvic floor trauma. They learn about genetic and congenital disorders during pregnancy and after birth. Students have placement experiences where they learn how to care for the seriously ill neonate and how to support optimal holistic health for the baby, the woman and her family.
|Distance Education (Online)||Unavailable|
Southern Cross Drive, Bilinga
|Tweed Heads - SCU Lakeside
Caloola Drive, Tweed Heads
|Tweed Heads - SCU Riverside
Brett Street, Tweed Heads
|School||School of Health & Human Sciences|
MWF10746 - Optimising Health in Childbearing I OR MWF10672 - Reproductive Physiology and Midwifery Therapeutics OR MWF10671 - Working with Women in Normal Pregnancy OR MWF10675 - Working with Women in Normal Labour and Birth OR MWF10667 - Midwifery Experiential Learning II; AND MWF20001 - Optimising Health in Childbearing II OR MWF10677 - Working with Women in Normal Postpartum OR MWF10674 - Midwifery Experiential Learning IV; AND MWF20003 - Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing OR MWF10680 - Working with Women in Complicated Pregnancies and Births; AND MWF10663 - Research and Evidence Based Practice; AND MWF20005 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C OR MWF10678 - Midwifery Continuity with Women IV.