This module will enable students to critically appraise the socio-political and cultural context of the care of women with antenatal and postnatal mental health problems, and will equip students with sound knowledge, skills and attitudes to meet current challenges in improving outcomes for vulnerable and disadvantaged families. It will enable students to understand the importance of providing effective high-quality care through effective interprofessional collaboration and development of managed care pathways.
Who is this module for?
Registered healthcare practitioners normally with two years' post-qualifying practice experience.
Applicants are expected to hold a recognised healthcare related qualification with current professional registration (where appropriate to the qualification) and normally a minimum of 6 months post-qualifying experience in order to consolidate training.
Healthcare practitioners who do not hold a Dip H.E. (or equivalent) will normally be considered for standalone level 6 module enrolments if they can demonstrate one of the following:
Course length: 5 Teaching Days