380.661.01 CLINICAL ASPECTS OF MATERNAL AND NEWBORN HEALTH
- Population, Family and Reproductive Health
- 4th term
- 3 credits
- Academic Year:
- 2012 - 2013
- East Baltimore
- Class Times:
Tu Th, 9:00 - 10:20am
Presents morbidity and mortality in the mother, fetus, and newborn and the health care practices utilized to prevent, diagnose, and treat this morbidity. Guest speakers in clinical care present lectures from the clinical perspective; course instructors present the public health perspective.
- Learning Objectives:
- describe the commonly used as well as state of the art health care interventions to prevent, diagnose and treat morbidity in the mother, fetus and newborn
- articulate the public health perspective on health care interventions to prevent, diagnose and treat morbidity in the mother, fetus and newborn
- undertake a critical review of the evidence regarding the effectiveness of a selected intervention to prevent, diagnose or treat morbidity in the mother, fetus or newborn
- Methods of Assessment:
- Student evaluation based on a paper describing a selected health care intervention during the perinatal period and evaluating its effectiveness.
- Instructor Consent:
- No consent required
- Special Comments:
- Required for students in perinatal health.