This course is designed for midwives to make a contribution to the midwifery discipline. Midwives will increase their midwifery leadership skills by acting as role models for their peers and students. Midwives will understand the importance of developing and maintaining a public health profile within the midwifery discipline and extend their skills in consultative and collaborative practice. Midwives will explore the significance of creating and maintaining a positive workplace culture to ensure zero tolerance of xenophobia, discrimination and horizontal violence. Midwives will gain an understanding of human rights regarding asylum seekers and refugees and women’s rights in childbearing. The importance of evidence based practice and research contributes further to the midwifery discipline and midwives’ professional development.
|Faculty||Faculty of Health and Medicine|
|School||School of Nursing and Midwifery|
Trimester 2 - 2015
Previously offered in 2014
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
This course includes advanced practice, leadership and workplace culture; the nature of knowledge and evidence as continually evolving and the requirement for current evidence informed practice; cultural diversity and human rights; power and empowerment; consultative and collaborative practice.
This course is comprised of four modules. Module 1: Leadership Module 2: Evidence Informed Health Care Module 3: Contemporary Australia Society Module 4: Consultative and Collaborative Practice
|Assumed Knowledge||Bachelor of Midwifery (or equivalent) or completion of a Graduate Diploma in Midwifery together with current authority to practice as a registered midwife.|
|Timetable||2016 Course Timetables for NURS6520|