Our inspiring workshop, delivered by a team of multi-disciplinary specialists, will develop your knowledge and skills to improve the care and safety of critically unwell pregnant women.
Our workshop will enable you to develop your knowledge and skills to effectively care for the critically unwell woman during the child bearing continuum.
You’ll learn from our team of multidisciplinary specialists, through a variety of student-centered teaching and learning strategies and we’ll promote practice learning opportunities through simulation in our state of the art skills lab.
Work-based learning recognises professional expertise, so you will care for women with high dependency needs in your clinical practice - you’ll have a dedicated practice document to support your further, optional skills development.
During the workshop, we'll cover the following topics:
You'll benefit from this workshop as a qualified health care professional involved in caring for critically unwell pregnant women in clinical practice.
15, 16, 17 and 18 June 2019, 9am-4pm
The Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care is the largest in ARU, with over 7,000 students. Our Faculty is teeming with expertise and primed to meet the demand for creating health professionals, teachers, doctors, scientists and educators for the three districts we serve: Chelmsford, Cambridge and Peterborough.
We have been training undergraduates for professional roles for over 25 years, with a reputation for quality, dedication and ambition balanced with student satisfaction.
We know that to give our students the very best experiential learning, prior to getting into the workplace, simulation is second to none, for safe, realistic, learning environments. We have invested heavily in purpose built simulated wards, science labs and skills space, to support our students through their learning.
Please ask your manager or Education Lead about available funding before you apply.
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