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w/c Monday 16 September 2019

Thu 19 Sep

09:00-12:00

09:00-12:00

Introduction to the Module Introduction to the assignment and discussion Using the on-line Reading list

Academic writing – theoretical progression from Level 4 to Level 5

V

AFTERNOON 13:00-14:00

Meet the HOD

14:00-16:00

Reflections on practice and expectations of year 2 practice level

13:00-16:00

Introduction to Research – the importance of evidencebased care and maternal health The process of doing and critiquing research Set Directed Study for 18/9/19

H021

H021

Directed Study – Read and make notes on the paper on critiquing quantitative research (see on-line reading list)

Quantitative Research – Methodology Part 1

H021

Personal Study

13:00-15:00 09:00-12:00

V

H021

LUNCH

Wed 18 Sep

Tue 17 Sep

Mon 16 Sep

MORNING

Fri 20 Sep

Week 1:

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Epidemiological Research in Midwifery

H021

H021 15:00-16:00

Set Directed Study for 20/9/19

Directed Study: Read and make notes on quantitative research papers – see on-line reading list

Directed Study: Read and make notes on quantitative research papers – see on-line reading list

Look at CLASP tool for quantitative research

Look at CLASP tool for quantitative research

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w/c Monday 23 September 2019

RCM Conference / Directed Study

RCM Conference / Directed Study

09:00-12:00

Quantitative research relating to practice workshop – appraisal of research papers

V

CE202

13:00-16:00

Quantitative Research – Methodology Part 2

V

CE202

RCM Conference / Directed Study

H021

Directed Study – Read and make notes on article about critiquing Qualitative research papers to support the taught session on 1/10/19 (see online Reading list) Look at Clasp tool for qualitative research

AFTERNOON

LUNCH

Research Ethics

Tue 24 Sep

09:00-12:00

Wed 25 Sep

Mon 23 Sep

MORNING

Thu 26 Sep

Week 2:

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Fri 27 Sep

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Quantitative research relating to practice workshop – appraisal of research papers Set Directed Study for 27/9/19

H021

Directed Study – Read and make notes on article about critiquing Qualitative research papers to support the taught session on 1/10/19 Select a written piece of your work that you would consider being published – for 30/9/19

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V

Mon 30 Sep

09:00-12:00

Developing academic writing Moving forward with the digital library

H021

13:00-16:00

Writing for Publication

09:00-11:00

Qualitative Research - Methodology

E25

11:00-16:00

Qualitative Research - Methodology

Thu 3 Oct

Directed Study – Read qualitative paper and critique using a critiquing tool of your choice

09:00-12:00

Qualitative Research – Critical analysis workshop

Directed study: Preparation for Health Promotion Debate Retrieve additional papers that support or oppose your findings

H202

AFTERNOON

LUNCH

Wed 2 Oct

MORNING

Tue 1 Oct

w/c Monday 30 September 2019

Fri 4 Oct

Week 3:

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

V

H021

H2

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Qualitative research relating to practice workshop – appraisal of research papers Set up Health promotion debate topics

H202

Directed Study - Running through IV fluids and putting up a blood transfusion (see online Reading list)

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Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

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w/c Monday 7 October 2019 V

AFTERNOON

Group 1 Manual Handling 09:00-12:00

V

Group 1 Heart Start SSEC 0.20

SSEC 0.20

Group 2 Blood transfusion

13:00-16:00

Groups 3 and 4 – Directed Study

Group 2 Neonatal Life Support Groups 3 and 4 – Directed Study

Tue 8 Oct

Group 3 Manual Handling

09:00-12:00

Wed 9 Oct

Group 3 Heart Start

Directed Study - Read and make notes on the mixed methods research paper (see online Reading list) for feedback on 10/10/19

Thu 10 Oct

09:00-12:00

SSEC 0.20

SSEC 0.20

Group 4 Neonatal Life Support

13:00-16:00

Group 1 and 2 – Directed Study

Mixed Methods Research

Group 4 Blood transfusion Group 1 and 2 – Directed Study

GEO 003

Directed Study: Further preparation time for Health Promotion Debate on 2/12/19

LUNCH

Mon 7 Oct

MORNING

Fri 11 Oct

Week 4:

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Mixed Methods Research – Appraising Articles

GEO 003

Directed Study: Preparing for Dragon’s Den on 5/12/19. Plan research that you could undertake as a Midwife on a topic around the health and wellbeing of women and neonates using the Dragon’s Den template

Week 5 - Week 11: w/c Monday 14 October - w/c Monday 25 November – PLACEMENT

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 12: w/c Monday 2 December 2019 V

V

Reflections on Practice

H202

13:00-16:00

Reflections on Practice

H202

09:00-12:00

Health Promotions debate

H202

13:00-16:00

Maternal Mental Wellbeing

H202

Thu 5 Dec Fri 6 Dec

Directed Study: Further preparation for Dragon’s Den on 5/12/19 using Dragon’s Den Template. E-mail to Module Lead when completed

09:00-12:00

Dragon’s Den – workshop exploring students’ ideas for a research proposal justifying the methodology used, sample and cost implications

H203

Directed Study Identify a piece of published research that you feel could change your practice.

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 4 Dec

Mon 2 Dec

AFTERNOON

Tue 3 Dec

MORNING

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Women who refuse blood products / Providing culturally sensitive care

E25

Directed Study Identify a piece of published research that you feel could change your practice

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 13: w/c Monday 9 December 2019 V

Directed Study ‘Infant Feeding – Revising the Evidence’

Prepare plan / draft of assignment for discussion at tutorial

09:00-12:00

09:00-12:00

Tutorials for Summative Assessment Research Midwives

Individual tutorials for Summative assessments

LUNCH

Mon 9 Dec

Directed Study ‘Infant Feeding – Revising the Evidence’

Thu 12 Dec

Directed Study ‘Infant Feeding – Revising the Evidence’

Fri 13 Dec

Directed Study ‘Infant Feeding – Revising the Evidence’

Tue 10 Dec

AFTERNOON

Wed 11 Dec

MORNING

V

Personal Study

Research Midwives

FoEL 1.30 (E20)

13:00-16:00

-

13:00-16:00

Tutorials for Summative Assessment

Individual tutorials for Summative assessments

FoEL 0.12 (PSS013)

-

Week 14: w/c Monday 16 December – READING WEEK Week 15 - Week 16: w/c Monday 23 December - w/c Monday 30 December – CHRISTMAS BREAK

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 17: w/c Monday 6 January 2020 V

V

EON Assessment of gestational age Newborn behavioural and neurological assessment

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

13:00-16:00

EON The skin

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

09:00-12:00

EON: Abdomen and genitalia

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

13:00-16:00

EON: Head and neck

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

Thu 9 Jan Fri 10 Jan

Directed Study – Creating secure infant attachment. Watch and make notes on the following YouTube clips. Prepare ideas of how midwives can advise parents on parenting skills https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVuJ5KhpL34 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3lB1cSMMFU Read papers on infant brain development

09:00-12:00

Research and beyond: Using research in 21st century maternity care

Directed Study PDP

H021

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 8 Jan

Mon 6 Jan

AFTERNOON

Tue 7 Jan

MORNING

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Module feedback

H021

Directed Study PDP

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 18: w/c Monday 13 January 2020 V

Fri 17 Jan

Thu 16 Jan

09:00-12:00

Introduction to the module. Review of the timetable / formative and summative assessments. Exploration of student expectations Meet HoM

09:00-12:00

Prolonged pregnancy and Induction of labour. A review of best practice and National recommendations. What does current literature say in relation to best practice?

GEO003

GEO003

Directed Study Prepare for the GREAT DEBATE Present your argument in relation to vaginal breech birth or elective caesarean section (Groups assigned) – Tuesday 27th January.

09:00-12:00

Multiple pregnancy and birth – What are the complexities and challenges of reaching full term? Maternal and fetal considerations.

AFTERNOON

GEO003

Directed Study Review the Evidence on PPH Management against NICE Guidelines

V

13:00-16:00

Overview of obstetric and neonatal emergencies. Highlighting suboptimal practice in relation to maternal and neonatal care. Restoring altered homeostasis.

GEO003

13:00-16:00

Assisted Birth: The midwives role in maintaining maternal and neonatal safety in complex situations and mal presentation. Analysing the evidence to facilitate safe and effective care.

GEO003

LUNCH

Wed 15 Jan

Tue 14 Jan

Mon 13 Jan

MORNING

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

The impact of complex birth on the pelvic floor and urodynamics. What problems can women experience and how are they supported by the MDT?

GEO003

Directed Study Review the Evidence on Shoulder Dystocia against NICE Guidelines

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 19: w/c Monday 20 January 2020

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

09:00-12:00

Apprising the evidence of emergency care in relation to Placenta previa, vasa previa, ruptured uterus and cord prolapse.

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

Thu 23 Jan Fri 24 Jan

Direct study K2 Fetal Acid base package.

09:00-12:00

Clinical skills: Obstetric emergency stations – PPH and Shoulder Dystocia. Review your knowledge and skills

Directed Study Diabetic Ketoacidocis and thyroid storm (on Blackboard)

AFTERNOON

CSSC 0.09 0.11

V

13:00-16:00

Introduction to the physiology and management of shoulder dystocia. A review of best practice guidelines – Demonstrate your skills of critical analysis!

FoEL 2.09 (E22)

13:00-16:00

Exploring the management of sepsis with the maternal population, in accordance with the most recent evidence and guidelines.

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Introduction to the physiology and management of PPH, following best practice guidelines. Analysing the evidence associated with PPH management, to provide holistic care

Wed 22 Jan

Mon 20 Jan

V

Tue 21 Jan

MORNING

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Clinical skills: Decision making ward with 3rd years.

CSSC 0.09 0.11

Independent Study

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 20: w/c Monday 27 January 2020

Thu 30 Jan Fri 31 Jan

An introduction to continuous fetal surveillance. CTG Interpretation and normal fetal heart rate patterns.

Understanding the pathophysiology and management of hypertensive disorders in line with the best available evidence.

V FoEL 2.09 (E22)

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

Directed Study Drugs Used in Obstetric Emergencies

09:00-12:00

DVT and PE – Recognition and management of DVT and PE. A review of best practice guidelines in relation to the most recent MBRRACE-UK report.

Directed study Time to test your knowledge! What have we learnt so far?

AFTERNOON 13:00-14:00

The GREAT DEBATE – Should midwives encourage women to opt for vaginal breech birth or elective caesarean section?

14:00-16:00

Managing Breech presentations

13:00-16:00

HELLP, AFL, Eclampsia: Management through casebased scenarios

LUNCH

Mon 27 Jan

09:00-12:00

Wed 29 Jan

09:00-12:00

Tue 28 Jan

MORNING

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

V FoEL 2.09 (E22)

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

AFE and maternal collapse – Working effectively as part of the MDT – A review of professional roles and responsibilities

FoEL 0.18 (E7)

Directed study Time to test your knowledge! What have we learnt so far?

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 21: w/c Monday 3 February 2020

Mon 3 Feb

MORNING

V

Directed Study Understanding management & implications of third and fourth degree tears (Blackboard online workbook)

Directed Study Revision on the anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor

Tue 4 Feb

Group 1 - Basic suturing techniques and perineal suturing 13:00-14:30 09:00-12:00

Theory of suturing 2nd degree tears and episiotomies

H204

LUNCH

Wed 5 Feb Thu 6 Feb Fri 7 Feb

Directed study Reflections on simulated practice to enhance future skills.

Managing the pre-term infant: Retinopathy of prematurity and Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

Directed Study Managing the preterm infant and thermoregulation / hypoglycaemia

CSSC 0.06 0.07

Group 2 – Enhancing clinical skills for breech birth

0.09

Group 2 - Basic suturing techniques and perineal suturing

0.06 0.07

Group 1 – Enhancing clinical skills for breech birth

0.09

14:30-16:00

09:00-12:00

V

AFTERNOON

Personal Study

H204

13:00-16:00

Managing the pre-term infant: Pathophysiology of Jaundice and clinical considerations.

H204

Directed Study Managing the preterm infant and thermoregulation / hypoglycaemia

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 22: w/c Monday 10 February 2020

Thu 13 Feb Fri 14 Feb

V

AFTERNOON

Directed Study Bespoke K2 training package

09:00-12:00

Tutorials – Group 1

H204

13:00-16:00

Tutorials – Group 2

Fun Friday! Formative assessment presentations

H204

LUNCH H204

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Group 1: Directed Study: Mental Health (Blackboard online)

09:00-12:00

OSCE Stations: PPH / Shoulder Dystocia / Breech birth Group 2: Directed Study: Mental Health (Blackboard online)

Directed Study: Formative Assessment Preparation

09:00-12:00

V

Directed Study Bespoke K2 training package

Group 2: Directed Study: Mental Health (Blackboard online)

Wed 12 Feb

Tue 11 Feb

Mon 10 Feb

MORNING

OSCE Stations: PPH / Shoulder Dystocia / Breech birth

H204

Group 1: Directed Study: Mental Health (Blackboard online)

GEO 003

13:00-16:00

Fun Friday! Formative assessment presentations

GEO 003

Week 23 - Week 29: w/c Monday 17 February 2020 - w/c Monday 30 March 2020 – PLACEMENT

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 30: w/c Monday 6 April 2020 V

H021

13:00-16:00

09:00-12:00

Clinical Skills

CSSC TBC

13:00-16:00

Clinical Skills

Directed Study Seminar presentation preparation

Directed Study Seminar preparation

Directed Study Seminar preparation

UNIVERSITY CLOSED

UNIVERSITY CLOSED

LUNCH

Wed 8 Apr

Reflections on practice

Thu 9 Apr

09:00-12:00

Summative assessment preparation: Group work and peer review feedback. Enhancement of critical appraisal skills and application to practice.

Fri 10 Apr

Mon 6 Apr

AFTERNOON

Tue 7 Apr

MORNING

V

H021

CSSC TBC

Personal Study

Week 31: w/c Monday 13 April 2020 – READING WEEK

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 32 w/c Monday 20 April 2020: V

V

Seminar Presentations

H021

13:00-16:00

Seminar Presentations

H021

09:00-12:00

Seminar Presentations

H021

13:00-16:00

Seminar Presentations

H021

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 22 Apr

Mon 20 Apr

AFTERNOON

Tue 21 Apr

MORNING

Thu 23 Apr

09:00-12:00

PAD Verification day and reflections on the module

Fri 24 Apr

Directed Study Reflections for to enhance PDP

09:00-12:00

IDOM

Personal Study

H021

13:00-16:00

PAD Verification day and reflections on the module

H2

13:00-16:00

IDOM

H021

H2

Week 33 - Week 34: w/c Monday 27 April 2020 - w/c 04 May – ANNUAL LEAVE

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BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 35: w/c Monday 11 May 2020 AFTERNOON

Meet the Head of Midwifery – Listening Event

09:00-12:00

Ethical Principles of Care; The role of the midwife; The 6 C’s and the 10 commitments; Leading Change and adding values – workshop to explore concepts

Wed 13 May

10.00-12.00

Welcome; Introduction to the module; timetable; assessment and assignment guidance; PARE

Directed Study 1 Reflection on your experience of professionalism

Clinical Skills Session: Consolidating obstetric clinical and emergency skills – Group 1

Fri 15 May

V

13:00-16:00

Professionalism: Exploring the four statements of the Nursing and Midwifery Code World Cafe

H020

H020

13:00-16:00

Interprofessional Forum collaborations: A forum of health and social care workers to identify collaborations supporting maternity care practice

H020

Enrichment Afternoon

H020 09:00-12:00

V

H020

LUNCH

09:00-10:00

Thu 14 May

Tue 12 May

Mon 11 May

MORNING

CSSC TBC

Directed Study 2 Preparation for debate “Has medicalisation of birth disempowered women’s choice?”

H020 13:00-16:00

Clinical Skills Session: Consolidating obstetric clinical and emergency skills – Group 2

CSSC TBC

Directed Study 2 Preparation for debate “Has medicalisation of birth disempowered women’s choice?”

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 36: w/c Monday 18 May 2020 V

AFTERNOON

Directed Study 3 Uterine Abnormalities and Ectopic Pregnancies

Ethical Principles; Midwives role; ethical and professional values and how they influence care

H240

Thu 21 May

Directed Study 4 Epilepsy; Drug therapy and the effects on the fetus; noncompliance and care pathways

09:00-12:00

09:00-12:00

The transition from low to high risk pregnancy; managing positive birth experiences; Assertiveness and advocacy Debate “Has medicalisation of birth disempowered women’s choice?”

The hierarchy of additional needs and responding to care needs surrounding complex care

V

Directed Study 3 Uterine Abnormalities and Ectopic Pregnancies

13:00-16:00

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Fri 22 May

Wed 20 May

Tue 19 May

Mon 18 May

MORNING

Ethical and legal perspectives to include a focus on capacity to consent

H240

Personal Study

H241

13:00-16:00

Normalising childbirth in complex scenarios; The challenges of tokophobia

H241

H241

13:00-16:00

High risk/Complex cases; women’s perspectives and medicalisation of birth; free birthing and doula care

H241

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 37: w/c Monday 25 May 2020 V

AFTERNOON

BANK HOLIDAY

Clinical Skills – Recap session on Obstetric emergencies; Decision making and communication Group 1

BANK HOLIDAY

CSSC TBC

Clinical Skills – Recap session on Obstetric emergencies; Decision making and communication Group 2

CSSC TBC

Personal Study

Thu 28 May

Directed Study 5 Intra hepatic Cholestasis: Understanding the condition and specific care pathways

13:00-16:00

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

V

09:00-12:00

Mental Health in pregnancy; impact on the family, challenges for normalising birth

H241

13:00-16:00

Mental Health; maternal mental health; perinatal mental health; current best practice and psychological impact; MBRACE focusing on Mental Health Care Pathways

H241

Fri 29 May

Wed 27 May

Tue 26 May

Mon 25 May

MORNING

09:00-12:00

Safeguarding women: Focus on vulnerable women with high risk pregnancy; care development

H241

13:00-16:00

Responses to changes in Midwifery: A Equip/PMA’s/Kirkup Report; National Maternity Review; Incorporating scope of practice and professional development

H241

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Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 38: w/c Monday 1 June 2020 V CSSC TBC

13:00-16:00

Infection in pregnancy: Group B Streptococcus / HIV / Hepatitis and Acute Fatty Liver; Recognising high risk interventions and strategies to support normal birth

CSSC TBC

09:00-12:00

Diabetes in pregnancy; Strategies to support women in pregnancy; identifying specific NBS for complex cases

H020

13:00-16:00

Understanding how to normalise care in pregnancy; women with diabetes – The perspective from a service user

H020

09:00-12:00

Tutorials

H020

09:00-12:00

Tutorials

H020

Independent Study Study opportunity to focus on the module assessment

LUNCH

Mon 1 Jun

Prolonged Rupture of Membranes (PROM); Pre-term labour; IUGR/SGA/LFD – The challenges with birth strategies

Fri 5 Jun

09:00-12:00

Tue 2 Jun

V

Wed 3 Jun

AFTERNOON

Thu 4 Jun

MORNING

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Tutorials

H020

Independent Study Study opportunity to focus on the module assessment

Week 39 - Week 45: w/c 8 June 2020 - w/c 20 July 2020 – PLACEMENT

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PUP2244 PUP2246 PUP2245

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 46: w/c Monday 27 July 2020 V

V

Reflections from practice: Opportunity to discuss experiences during clinical placement

H021

13:00-16:00

Reflections from practice: Opportunity to discuss experiences during clinical placement

H021

09:00-12:00

Polyhydramnios and Oligohydramnios and Malpresentation; Direct challenges for supporting normal birth.

H021

13:00-16:00

Cardiomypoathy: Review of the condition with focus on the MBRACE: understanding the importance of safe management

H021

Thu 30 Jul Fri 31 Jul

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 29 Jul

Mon 27 Jul

AFTERNOON

Tue 28 Jul

MORNING

Directed Study 6 – To be discussed

09:00-12:00

Assertiveness and Advocacy: Interventions and recognising own abilities and challenges

Directed Study – To be discussed

H021

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Preparation for third year; challenges and strategies

H021

Directed Study – To be discussed

Week 47: w/c Monday 3 August 2020 – READING WEEK

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PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 15/01/20

PUP2244 PUP2246 PUP2245

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 48: w/c Monday 10 August 2020 V

V

Examination of the Newborn: Musculoskeletal system; Impact of antenatal events and congenital abnormalities

H020

13:00-16:00

Examination of the Newborn: The dysmorphic infant

H020

09:00-12:00

Examination of the Newborn: Cardiorespiratory system

H020

13:00-16:00

Examination of the Newborn: Cardiorespiratory system

H020

Thu 13 Aug Fri 14 Aug

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 12 Aug

Mon 10 Aug

AFTERNOON

Tue 11 Aug

MORNING

Directed Study

09:00-12:00

Clinical Skills Drop In: Opportunity to revisit skills sessions form previous modules

Independent Study Opportunity to work on assignment

CSSC TBC

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

Clinical Skills Drop In: Opportunity to revisit skills sessions form previous modules

CSSC TBC

Independent Study Opportunity to work on assignment

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PLEASE NOTE: This timetable is subject to change Last updated: 15/01/20

PUP2244 PUP2246 PUP2245

BSc (Hons) Midwifery SEPT 2018

Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine Edge Hill University

Exploring Critical Perspectives of Health Complications in the Childbirth Continuum A Values Based Approach Exploring how Ethical and Professional Values Influence Midwifery Care Programme Lead

Giliane McKelvin Giliane McKelvin Suzanne Banford Caroline Myerscough

Week 49: w/c Monday 17 August 2020 V

V

Pad Verification Day

H020

13:00-16:00

Pad Verification Day

H020

09:00-12:00

BFI Catch up and Discussion: Opportunity to discuss experiences in practice and catch up with Portfolio Development – Group 1

H020

13:00-16:00

BFI Catch up and Discussion: Opportunity to discuss experiences in practice and catch up with Portfolio Development – Group 2

H020

Thu 20 Aug Fri 21 Aug

LUNCH

09:00-12:00

Wed 19 Aug

Mon 17 Aug

AFTERNOON

Tue 18 Aug

MORNING

Directed Study

09:00-12:00

Employability and PDP Development

Directed Study

H020

Personal Study

13:00-16:00

FoEL 0.41 – IT (E4-IT)

Evaluation of module

Directed Study

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Profile for Student Engagement & Scheduling Team

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