Advocacy and education for quality improvement in practice (A-EQUIP) full module
The professional midwifery advocate (PMA) is the new leadership and advocacy role designed to deploy the A-EQUIP model. Our course will prepare you to undertake the role of PMA, and is for midwives who have completed the PoSoM course.
Maternal Critical Care (masters level)
University of Plymouth offers the masters-level 'Maternal critical care' module enabling you to gain in-depth knowledge and advanced skills in maternal critical care.
Return to midwifery practice (degree level)
University of Plymouth's 'return to midwifery practice' module enables a midwife whose registration has lapsed to meet the professional requirements to apply for readmission to the Nursing and Midwifery Council register as a Registered Midwife
Newborn and infant examination (APL) (degree and masters level)
University of Plymouth offers this module to give you evidence of having achieved the newborn and infant physical examination (NIPE) competences from the UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC).
Neonatal nutrition (masters level)
University of Plymouth offers the 'Neonatal nutrition' module which explores the nutritional and dietetic management of preterm and sick term infants in the neonatal period and beyond. Module delivered by the BDA.
Intensive care for the neonate (degree level)
University of Plymouth offers this 40 credit module to develop your skills and knowledge in the delivery and management of intensive care for infants and their families in the neonatal environment.
Contemporary issues in the care of the newborn (degree level)
University of Plymouth offers this module in partnership with University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust to develop and utilise appropriate skills for the high quality additional care of the newborn infant and their families
Holistic neonatal assessment and clinical management (degree and masters level)
Develop your existing neonatal skills with this module delivered by University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust. in partnership with University of Plymouth.