[Not offered in 2014]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 1|
|Administered by:||School of Nursing, Midwifery & Nutrition (pre 2015)|
This subject will incorporate the principles of primary health care, woman centred and value based care (Page, 2000), to explore the pathophysiology processes women experience when they have a complex need in the pregnancy continuum. In this course a complex need will be defined as a condition that will impact on the pregnancy if not treated, causing significant morbidity and mortality. Using Berg's (2005) model of 'genuine caring' the midwifery skills midwives require, to support childbearing women and their families requiring complex care across the pregnancy and birth continuum will be critically analysed; to ensure safe appropriate care is provided for all women and families with a complex need in the pregnancy continuum. The focus of midwifery care in this subject will be midwifery care that is safe and appropriate, supporting collaborative care within a multidisciplinary team. This includes women with pre-existing medical conditions and neonates with complex needs.
|Prerequisites:||NS5131 AND NS5132 AND NS5133 AND NS5134|
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