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Unit description

Develops students' knowledge and skills to provide collaborative care for women who require complex assessments and/or interventions during childbearing. Students also learn to care for women and/or babies who have relatively common disorders during the childbearing period. This unit is taught concurrently with MWF20004 - Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing which is where the related clinical skills and professional experiences will occur.

Unit content

  • Collaborative assessments and interventions
  • Introduction to complex disorders in childbearing
  • Challenges that impact the maternal infant dyad

Learning outcomes

Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.

On completion of this unit, students should be able to:
1apply theoretical and evidence-based knowledge to midwifery care for women who require complex assessments and/or medical interventions during childbearing
2identify and summarise the theoretical and evidence-based knowledge needed to be able to provide midwifery care to women and/or babies who have common challenges or disorders during childbearing
3explain and analyse the theoretical and evidence-based knowledge needed to be able to provide midwifery care to women and/or babies who have common challenges or disorders during childbearing
4apply clinical decision-making when caring for women and babies if complexities exist and/or arise.

On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

  1. apply theoretical and evidence-based knowledge to midwifery care for women who require complex assessments and/or medical interventions during childbearing
  2. identify and summarise the theoretical and evidence-based knowledge needed to be able to provide midwifery care to women and/or babies who have common challenges or disorders during childbearing
  3. explain and analyse the theoretical and evidence-based knowledge needed to be able to provide midwifery care to women and/or babies who have common challenges or disorders during childbearing
  4. apply clinical decision-making when caring for women and babies if complexities exist and/or arise.

Teaching and assessment

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