- is able to plan and implement maternity care and gynaecological nursing safely
- works professionally and ethically
- puts patient safety at risk
Same literature as the Maternity care and Gynaecological Nursing theory course.
Skills station, practicing together and completing a learning game (Baby Bakery). The student needs to play the entire game and bring a picture of pictures of all completed cases to the skills station to show to teacher as evidence.
In order to take part in this course, the Maternity care and Gynaecological Nursing theory course needs to be completed or under completion.
In order to pass, the student must attend 100% actively in the skills station(s), and complete the learning game Baby Bakery. The game needs to be completed before attending the skills station as guided in the orientation lesson. To prepare for the game, read literature of normal childbirth.
03.01.2022 - 13.03.2022
01.12.2021 - 31.01.2022
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Pienryhmä 1 (Koko: 1. Avoin amk: 0.)
Pienryhmä 2 (Koko: 1. Avoin amk: 0.)
Elina Botha, Elina Hilvola
Orientation to this course is on the Maternity care and Gynaecological Nursing theory course's orientation in January. Attendance in orientation is required, without attendance you will not be allowed to participate.
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Nursing
If you are not able to participate in orientation or skills station, you need to participate with another group or course.
Orientation to Clinical Training, Maternity Care and Gynaecological Nursing is 27 hours; it includes contact skills station (8 hours) and independent studies (19 hours). Participating actively in skills stations is 100% compulsory. Completing all cases of the learning game Baby Bakery is also compulsory. The skills station content is included in the Maternity Care and Gynaecological Nursing theory course exam. The independent studies include the learning game and studying for the theory course exam.
NOTE! Take the theory course exam only after completing these skills stations!
Fail: The student is not participating in the skills station actively. The student has not completed or brought evidence (photo/photos) of the completed game Baby Bakery.