Skills for Midwifery Practice, 4e
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The Midwifery Practice 2 unit will also enable you to experience clinical practice in another setting through an elective placement and to develop your knowledge, understanding and skills in performing the Newborn and Infant Physical Examination (NIPE).
Midwifery BSc: L6 Skills for Midwifery Practice 3 and NIPE
We hold two meetings a year with the Lead Midwives for Education Strategic Reference Group (LMESRG) to discuss topics around midwifery education. Those conversations inform our work around the standards and quality assurance. Communicating with midwivesThe Foundations units support your knowledge of anatomy and physiology, microbiology and pharmacology to underpin your understanding of the physiology and later pathologies related to childbearing. You will follow a person-centred approach to midwifery care based on our curriculum that has been underpinned by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Standards of Proficiency for Midwives. Learning through simulation-based experiences including clinical decision-making and home birth scenarios.
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You will experience interprofessional education by joining together with learners on the BNurs/MNurs course for the research thread of this unit.
The Peer Assisted Study Scheme (PASS) Groups run by our Year 3 students are very helpful for supporting students throughout the first and second years of the course. You will have protected time for peer support throughout the whole course. The following documents will support your preparation for the OSCE. We highly recommend you take the time to read these.