www.MercyInAction.org

3018 West Overland Road
Boise, ID, 83705

(208) 258-9251

Mercy in Action is a non-profit organization that focuses on the crisis in Maternal/Newborn/Child health care worldwide. A Midwifery School, as well as seminars and training retreats are held each year to prepare midwives, doctors, and nurses to meet the global shortage of skilled birth attendants, and to help primary health care workers prevent unnecessary child deaths. 

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Online Student Preceptor Client Relationships

Online midwifery continuing education units ( CEU's ). Student midwives and preceptors will benefit from taking this online course which helps define healthy and ethical relationships between the students, midwives, and clients.

ONLINE Navigating ethical student/preceptor/client relationships


MEAC CEUS

This course will focus on creating and maintaining healthy relationships, working dynamics, and clinical environments for students, preceptor midwives, and the families they serve. This course may be taken by anyone, including student midwives, but is especially helpful for the experienced midwife who wants to pass along her knowledge and skills to the next generation of student midwives.

Once you complete the course, you will immediately receive a certificate for your CEUs


DATE

Purchase anytime you are ready. You have access to the full course for 30 days after you purchase

PRICE

Online Student/Preceptor/Client Relationships: $99

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

CEU: 4 hours  

Accredited by MEAC



Course Outline

I. Why the world needs midwives; why it is worth it to train the next generation of midwives

II. What does healthy symbiotic relationship between the major stakeholders in midwifery education look like?

  1. What is healthy for the mother
  2. What is healthy for the preceptor
  3. What is healthy for the student

III. Needs and expectations of all stakeholders

IV. Keeping it safe and ethical for student, preceptor and client

V. Competency based learning

  1. Psychomotor skills
  2. Clinical decision making and communication skills
  3. Knowledge and attitudes required to perform those skills

VI. Activities for learning; activities for assessment

VII. Competency based training

a. Three evidence based theoretical principles

  1. Adult learning theory principles
  2. Apprenticeship theory principles
  3. Ethical healthcare training theory principles

b. Behavior modeling

c. Principles of adult learning

VIII. After action review

  1. Based on military practice adapted to midwifery
  2. For student feedback
  3. For peer review
  4. For reinforcing theory behind clinical practice

IX. Creating and utilizing a student preceptor handbook.