Course curriculum

  • 1

    Reproductive Health

    • Student Handbook - Part 01

    • Student Handbook - Part 02

    • Student Handbook - Part 03

    • Student Handbook - Part 04

    • Student Handbook - Part 05

    • Student Handbook - Part 06

  • 2

    Topic 1: Antenatal Care

    • Antenatal Care Part 01

    • Antenatal Care Part 02

    • 11 Mistakes Every Woman Should Avoid During Pregnancy

    • Antenatal Care Part 03

  • 3

    Topic 2: Intranatal Care

    • Intranatal Care Part 01

    • Stages of Labour- Physiology

    • Intranatal Care Part 02

    • Labour and Delivery During Vaginal Child Birth

    • Intranatal Care Part 03

    • Dilation, effacement, station (Obstetrics-Labour and Delivery)

    • External cephalic version

    • Intranatal Care Part 04

    • Intranatal Care Part 05

  • 4

    Topic 3: Postnatal Care

    • Postnatal Care Part 01

    • Wound Measurement

    • Postnatal Care Part 02

    • Postnatal Care Part 03

  • 5

    Topic 4: Neonatal Care

    • Neonatal Care Part 01

    • Neonatal Care Part 02

  • 6

    Reproductive Health Journal Articles

    • Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy: An ‘alternative’ approach to care

    • The role of fetal monitoring in intrapartum care

    • Five E’s to Support Mothers with Postpartum Depression

    • Early weight loss and weight gain in healthy, full-term, exclusively-breastfed infants

    • Understand Factors Influencing Accessibility of Pregnant Women to Antenatal Care Services

  • 7

    Reproductive Health Assessment

    • Test

  • 8

    Reproductive Health Evaluation

    • How did we do?

About the course

Good sexual and reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being in all matters relating to the reproductive system. It implies that people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life, the capability to reproduce, and the freedom to decide if, when, and how often to do so.

It is important to enhance the understanding, knowledge and skills of nurses in maternity care and modern principles and practices of sound care in pregnancy, labour and birth and the postpartum period, for better case management and appropriate interventions while maintaining safety.

This course is designed to provide nurses in depth knowledge about antenatal care, intranatal care, postnatal care and neonatal care.

Learning Outcomes

  • Illustrate aims, objectives, warning signs and minor ailments during antenatal period.
  • Discuss normal labour, stages of labour and mechanism of labour.
  • Explain physiological changes in puerperium and postpartum discomforts.
  • Discuss the WHO guidelines for the mother and the newborn.
  • Describe initial care of newborn and newborn safety.

CPD Points

2 Points

Duration

2 Hours (Self-Paced)

Student Reviews

What are students say ...

reproductive health

SIJI JOSE

good

Reproductive health

Rincy Michael

Very helpful course !!!

Very helpful course !!!

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