Midwifery

Professional Development courses for Midwifery

  1. Leading and Advancing Midwifery Practice

    This course will prepare midwives to explore and reflect on the concepts of leadership within dynamic maternity services.

  2. Long Term Conditions Management

    This short course encourages critical enquiry of the theoretical principles of long term conditions management.

  3. Midwives Facilitating Learning

    This course aims to ensure that midwives are competent in facilitating learning and mentoring in practice.

  4. Non-Medical Prescribing

    This course will help to prepare non-medical health professionals to prescribe within the relevant legislation.

  5. Preparation of Supervisors of Midwives NUM032

    This module aims to prepare midwives to undertake the statutory role of supervisor of midwives.

  6. Research and Evidence Based Practice in Midwifery

    This course will enable you to appraise and use research and evidence in order to facilitate normal birth.

  7. Return to Midwifery Practice

    NHS boards across the north of Scotland and Robert Gordon University are working collaboratively to facilitate midwives whose registration has lapsed to return to practice. We are providing a short course aimed to prepare midwives to re-join the Nursing and Midwifery register so they can return to practice in a safe and confident manner.”

  8. Solution Focused Interactions

    This course will enable participants to develop their awareness of Solution Focused Interactions and to facilitate the acquisition of core skills involved in this approach.

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