The Medical Problems in Pregnancy elearning programme has recently been reviewed and renamed Multidisciplinary Approaches to Maternal Health.
Developed with NHS England’s Maternity Team, the programme was originally aimed at internal medicine trainees, but following a significant review of its content, it is now aimed more widely at multi-disciplinary teams that deliver maternity services.
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Maternal Health features 10 modules covering topics including pregnancy physiology, prescribing safely in pregnancy and mental health. The sessions include interactive exercises, case studies and short videos to increase learners’ knowledge and confidence in this field.
By the end of the programme learners should gain a deeper understanding of physiological and pathophysiological influences that impact on women’s health during pregnancy, and their infants. They should also be able to evaluate the common medical disorders in pregnancy and communicate their knowledge to healthcare professionals that deliver patient-centred care.
For more information and to access the programme, please visit the Multidisciplinary Approaches to Maternal Health webpage.
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