Short Course / CPD
4 half days (Participants can come to all (one full module at level 7 or can come for one day or more)
School of Community Health and Midwifery
No Partner College
06/05/2020, 13/05/2020, 20/05/2020, 27/05/2020 (10am - 3pm for all sessions)
Who should attend? Midwives and other health care professionals working with women and families during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period.
Maximum number of participants: 30
Day 1 – Explore the key issues around critical care during pregnancy and birth, including the multidisciplinary team approach to care and reports around preventing maternal mortality
Day 2 - Physiological changes in the critically ill woman, recognition of the critically ill woman, detecting the deteriorating woman using the ABCDE approach. MOEWS and documentation
Day 3 - Psychological theories and the psychological impact of trauma in childbirth. Bonding, relationships and the critically care mother and family
Day 4 - Research, ethics, law and advocacy for the critically ill woman. RCA and critical care - importance of MDT, communication and governance
Following the completion of her degree, Neesha worked as a qualified Midwife at Lancashire teaching Hospitals NHS trust. Neesha has recently completed her MSc in Midwifery and her PGCertHE, both at UCLan. Neesha’s interest included advocating and supporting women experiencing critical care in pregnancy and beyond.
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