The Prehospital Obstetric and Neonatal management short course will allow you to develop your knowledge and skills in managing care for women and newborn infants in obstetric situations. The module is aligned to BSc (Hons) Paramedic and Out of Hospital Care and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) scope of practice for paramedics.
You'll have the opportunity to enhance your knowledge by working within your scope of practice, learning to lead safely and effectively managed and prioritised care in obstetric and neonatal situations. You'll also build on your existing skills within obstetric presentations, emergency care, newborn infant examinations, and management of gynaecological and obstetric practice.
Teaching and learning will take place on campus, one day every fortnight for seven weeks between 8:30am and 4pm. Your last taught day is OSCE day, and a presentation will take place two weeks after the last study day.
Topics covered across the module will include:
You'll gain 20 credits at the end of the module.
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Applicants are required to be a registered paramedic or registered health professional to complete this course.
The fee for this course is tbc.
The employer usually meets these costs – we advise you to speak to your workforce development lead before applying.
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