|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Childbearing I *||EBL 219||3||3||6||11|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites||EBL116 Ebelikte Temel İlke ve Uygulamalar|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
Students get the fundamental knowledge about development of male and female reproductive organs, their anatomy and physiology, formation of pregnancy with physiologic varieties starting from intra uterine period.
Factors affecting the health of women, anatomy and physiology of the reproductive system,physiology of pregnancy, the mother´s physiology in pregnancy, prenatal care, increasing the health level of the mother and fetus during pregnancy, genetic counseling, medication used during pregnancy and teratogenic effects, nutrition in pregnancy , the role of midwives in the antenatal period.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Explains the midwives´ roles and responsibilities within framework of professional laws and regulations.
Explains the basic concepts of women and their reproductive health,national and international health indicators.
Understands the importance of maternal health care.
Explains the anatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive organs.
Cares to protect, maintain and develop physical, psychological and social health of the mother, the newborn and family starting from intrauterine period.
Does genetic counseling for the pregnant and the couple in preconceptionale, prenatal, and innatal period.
Fulfills the pregnant´s and her family´s care requirement in labour.
Fulfills the normal puerpera´s, newborn´s and family´s care requirement during postpartum period.
Aims to improve basic health indicators, cares to protect and promote the health of mother and infant.
Plans, implements and gives training about necessary care and attempt for women who have gynecological problems.
Cares for woman in all life stages.
Uses the management activities for planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of midwifery services, aware of the roles and responsibilities of the profession.
Implements optimal health practices to her own life.
Uses computer and information technology.
Uses effective communication skills with healthy/sick person and health team member.
Knows foreign language enough to communicate.
In addition to developing professionally, constantly improves herself by identifying her own learning needs in accordance with her interests and capabilities in scientific, social, cultural and artistic fields.
Evaluates the woman, pregnant, mother and newborn in pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period with ethical values, holistic and humanistic approach in accordance with primary health care services.
|1||Fertility and Maternal Health The Importance of Prenatal Care||Reading|
|2||Pregnancy Related Terminology and Health Criteria||Reading|
|3||Male and Female Reproductive System Anatomy||Reading|
|4||Male and Female Reproductive System Physiology||Reading|
|5||Formation of Pregnancy Physiological Changes in Pregnancy||Reading|
|6||Antenatal Care Services role of the midwife||Reading|
|7||Parenthood preparation and Prenatal Adaptation||Reading|
|8||I. Mid-term Exam||Reading, Revision|
|11||Common symptoms and precautions to be taken during pregnancy Increasing the health level of the mother and fetus during pregnancy||Reading|
|12||Nutrition in pregnancy Antenatal Exercises||Reading|
|13||Evaluation of fetal health: Evaluation of fetal maturity - Chorionic villus sampling - Fetoskopi - Percutaneous Umbilical Blood sample - Amniocentesis - Nonstress test (NST) - Contraction Stress Test (CST) - Ultrasound - Fetal - Biophysics Profile - Assessment of Maternal Fetal Movements||Reading, research|
|14||II. Mid-term Exam||Reading, Revision|
|15||Home visits technique and practice Cultural Approaches in Midwifery||Reading, research|
|16-17||Final Exam||Reading, Revision|
|Recommended or Required Reading|