HLBM705 – Integrating Midwifery Practice II
Integrating Midwifery Practice II
The aim of this module is to consolidate, integrate, and further develop previous midwifery knowledge, values and skills in order to practice culturally and clinically competent midwifery in an autonomous and collaborative manner in a variety of healthcare contexts.
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- On completion of this module students will be able to:
1.Apply critical thinking that enables safe and collaborative practice.
2.Demonstrate and reflect on the ability to inform, educate and refer in a professional manner .
3.Demonstrate and reflect on the ability to work in partnership with women, whanau and appropriately conclude the partnership relationship.
4.Accept and integrate professional accountability to women, the midwifery profession, and the community.
5.Critique and evaluate the range of birthing options and services available for women in their communities.
- Cultural competence and partnership
Application of principles of cultural safety and Turanga Kaupapa to practice
Knowledge and reflection
Integration of knowledge to practice
Analysis of knowing
identifying and responding to deviations from normal
Decision making and critical thinking
Best practice comprehension
Exploring multiple possibilities in practice
Reflecting on feedback in a professional and constructive manner
Exploring the decisions made by discussing practice
Applying the law and Code of Ethics to practice
Referral and consultation
Communication and documentation
Formulate and document provision of midwifery care
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Teaching strategies and learning methods will include practicum and reflection upon practicum.
- Evidence of Achievement
- Students must meet all the requirements of the competency based assessment tasks to be eligible for a final grade for this module. The final grade will be on the basis of the marks from the achievement based tasks.
- Recommended Readings
- A list of current readings will be provided on Moodle. However students are expected to read widely.