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1 UNIVERSITY OF YORK UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION This document applies to students who commenced the programme(s) in: Awarding institution University of York September 2014 Teaching institution University of York Department(s) Health Sciences Award(s) and programme title(s) Level of qualification BA (Hons) Level 6 / Honours Interim awards available Certificate of Higher Education (Level 4/Certificate) CertHE in Health & Social Care* Diploma of Higher Education (Level 5/Intermediate) DipHE in Health & Social Care* *These are academic awards only and do not confer professional midwifery status UCAS code B720 Admissions criteria Full information available at Length and status of the programme(s) and mode(s) of study Programme BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice Language of study Length (years) and status (fulltime/part-time) 3 years full time [not less than 3 years in length (equivalent to 156 full-time weeks) and each year shall contain 45 programme weeks (NMC 2009)] Start dates/months (if applicable for programmes that have multiple intakes or start dates that differ from the usual academic year) English Face-to-face, campusbased Mode Distance learning Yes Yes blended learning using VLE Other Practice placements Page 1 of 14

2 Programme accreditation by Professional, Statutory or Regulatory Bodies (if applicable) Registration on the midwives part of the NMC register (NMC 2009) Educational aims of the programme The BA (Hons) programme will: I. Provide academic and clinical education that enables students to achieve the standards required by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2009) and fit for academic award, Bachelor degree at honours level (QAA 2001a). II. Prepare midwives who are safe, clinically competent and compassionate, able to provide, challenge and enhance care across the childbirth continuum and work in a range of clinical settings III. Prepare insightful midwives who have highly developed interpersonal skills, able to work in partnership with women and families in complex social contexts respecting diversity of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds IV. Prepare midwives to play an active role in promoting public health, working in respectful partnership with professional and lay members in the public sector and voluntary agencies V. Develop midwives who are politically aware and able to critically reflect on their continuing development needs fostering a positive approach to life-long, independent learning VI. Develop creative midwives able to transform practice in response to changing need and in the light of the available evidence Intended learning outcomes for the programme and how the programme enables students to achieve and demonstrate the intended learning outcomes This programme provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding qualities, skills and other attributes in the following areas: The following teaching, learning and assessment methods enable students to achieve and to demonstrate the programme learning outcomes: Knowledge and understanding of: Effective Able to demonstrate understanding of: For the Certificate: A: Knowledge and understanding 1. The nature of professional caring relationships with particular reference to the theory of skilled companionship. 2. The attitudes, beliefs and value systems of women, midwives and society in relation to effective maternity care. 3. The anatomy and physiology of the systems of the human body and the changes that occur during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period. 4. The psychological, sociological and cultural factors that influence the experience of pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood. 5. The administration and pharmacology of common drugs used in pregnancy, labour, birth, postnatal period. Learning/teaching methods and strategies (relating to numbered outcomes): Lectures (1 26) Seminars (1, 2, 8, 11, 12 & 13) Clinical Skills Unit (3, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9) Practice Placement (1 26) Self directed study (1 26) Blended Learning via VLE (1, 2, 3, 12 & 13) Small group teaching (1 26) Page 2 of 14

3 6. The physiological adaptation of the fetus to extrauterine life and the characteristics of the neonate. 7. Concepts of maternal and infant nutrition and the role of the midwife in facilitating optimum health Additionally for the Diploma: 8. The theory and evidence underpinning the management of complicated maternities and the care of sick/preterm newborns. 9. The administration and pharmacology of drug and complementary therapies used in pregnancy, labour, birth, postnatal period. 10. Underpinning principles and concepts of public health 11. International perspectives in relation to safe motherhood. Types/methods of assessment (relating to numbered outcomes): Written assessment (1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 19, 21, 23, 24 & 26) Examination (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22, 25) Clinical Practice Assessment (1-26) Additionally for the Degree: 12. How the concept of midwife as a skilled companion can be applied to the care of women and their families 13. Factors that currently influence maternity services provision and mechanisms by which they are monitored and enhanced. Knowledge and understanding of: Professional and ethical practice Able to demonstrate understanding of: For the Certificate: 14. The role of the NMC and professional accountability Additionally for the Diploma: 15. The professional, legal and ethical frameworks which regulate and inform midwifery practice. 16. Health and Social policy and its impact on the provision of Maternity service within the UK. 17. Midwives professional accountability towards the client, society, their employer and the professional body (NMC) 18. How midwifery supervision contributes to public protection Additionally for the Degree: 19. Concepts of management, leadership, teamworking and decision-making theory Page 3 of 14

4 Knowledge and understanding of: Developing the individual midwife and others Able to demonstrate understanding of: For the Certificate: 20. The statutory role of midwifery supervision 21. How reflective practice contributes to the development of the self and others life-long learning Additional for the Diploma: 22. How midwifery supervision contributes to personal development Knowledge and understanding of: Achieving quality care through evaluation and research Able to demonstrate understanding of: For the Certificate: 23. The concepts of midwifery knowledge, the research process and evidence based practice. Additional for the Diploma: 24. How to appraise the validity of midwifery knowledge and evidence and use it to inform contemporary midwifery practice. 25. How midwifery supervision contributes to professional and practice development Additional for the Degree: 26. The principles of clinical audit in its contribution to improving the quality of maternity care. B: (i) Skills - discipline related Able to: For the Certificate: 1. Communicate effectively with women and their families throughout the childbirth continuum 2. Undertake the clinical observational skills required to assess and monitor maternal, fetal and neonatal well-being. 3. Create and maintain clear, accurate and concise documentation of care 4. Maintain confidentiality of written and verbal information 5. Contribute to public protection by creating and Learning/teaching methods and strategies (relating to numbered outcomes): Lectures (1 19) Clinical Skills Unit (2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11) Practice Placement (1 19) Self directed study (1 19) Blended Learning via VLE (1, 2, 8, 9 & 11) Small group teaching (1 19) Page 4 of 14

5 maintaining a safe environment of care 6. Demonstrate academic skills commensurate with an award at Certificate level Additionally for Diploma: 7. Communicate effectively with women, their families and members of the multi-disciplinary team in a range of situations 8. Undertake the clinical observational skills required to assess, monitor and evaluate maternal, fetal and neonatal well-being with accuracy and dexterity 9. Undertake and document an accurate assessment of the physical, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual needs of women during pregnancy, labour and the postnatal period. 10. Recognise deviation from normal in women and their babies, initiating appropriate referral or emergency care 11. Manage and prioritise competing demands, alerting senior colleagues in situations where care might be compromised 12. Demonstrate academic skills commensurate with an award at Diploma level 13. Manage and prioritise competing demands, alerting senior colleagues in situations where care might be compromised 14. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning through a reflective approach to personal and professional development 15. Presentation of self to colleagues, clients and members of the public in a variety of professional situations 16. Critique and apply a range of midwifery knowledge and evidence Types/methods of assessment (relating to numbered outcomes): Formative OSCE (2, 3, 7) Summative OSCE (2, 7, 8, 10) Formative simulation (1&3) Summative written assessment (6, 8, 12, 16 &18) Summative poster presentation (19) Clinical Practice Assessment (1-19) Additionally for Degree: 17. Undertake and document a comprehensive, systematic and accurate assessment of the physical, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual needs of women during pregnancy, labour and the postnatal period. 18. Demonstrate academic skills commensurate with an award at Honours Degree level 19. Audit practice employing a systematic approach and present results to colleagues in a clear format. B: (ii) Skills - transferable Able to: Learning/teaching methods and strategies (relating to numbered Page 5 of 14

6 For the Certificate: 1. Present information orally, in writing and, where appropriate through the use of technology. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of research based knowledge and its application to practice Additionally for Diploma level: 3. Confidently present information orally, in writing and, where appropriate through the use of technology, to provide coherent and logical arguments in the support of decision making 4. Demonstrate critical understanding of research based knowledge and its application to practice 5. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning through a reflective approach to personal and professional development Additionally for Degree level: 6. Articulate and justify decision-making and problem solving processes associated with decision making outcomes): OSCE - Formative (1 & 2) Presentations Formative (1 & 2) Seminars (1 & 2) Written Assessment (1 & 2) Examination (MCQ & SAQ) (1 & 2) Types/methods of assessment (relating to numbered outcomes): Viva Voce Summative (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) Poster Presentations Summative (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) OSCE Summative (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) Presentations Formative (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) On-line activities Formative (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6) Written assessments (1 6) Examination (MCQ & SAQ) (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) Clinical Practice assessments (1 6) C: Experience and other attributes Able to: 1. Demonstrate the achievement clinical experience in accordance with European Union Directive 89/594/EEC cited in NMC (2009), see page 8. Learning/teaching methods and strategies (relating to numbered outcomes): Lectures (1) Small Group Teaching (1) Reflection on Practice (1) Types/methods of assessment (relating to numbered outcomes): Clinical Practice assessments (1) Relevant Quality Assurance Agency benchmark statement(s) and other relevant external reference points (e.g. National Occupational Standards, or the requirements of Professional, Statutory or Regulatory bodies) QAA benchmark for midwifery Page 6 of 14

7 Standards for pre-registration midwifery education (NMC 2009) Framework for Higher Education Qualifications University award regulations To be eligible for an award of the University of York a student must undertake an approved programme of study, obtain a specified number of credits (at a specified level(s)), and meet any other requirements of the award as specified in the award requirements, programme regulations, and other University regulations (e.g. payment of fees). The University s award and assessment regulations specify the University s marking scheme, and rules governing progression, reassessment, award requirements and degree classification. The award and assessment regulations that apply to this programme, with any exceptions, are approved by University Teaching Committee and are recorded at the end of this document. Departmental policies on assessment and feedback Detailed information on assessment (including grade descriptors, marking procedures, word counts etc.) is available in the written statement of assessment which applies to this programme and the relevant module descriptions. These are available in the student handbook and on the Department s website: Information on formative and summative feedback to students on their work is available in the written statement on feedback to students which applies to this programme and the relevant module descriptions. These are available in the student handbook and on the Department s website: Are electives permitted? Can a Languages For All (LFA) module be taken ab initio (i.e. beginner level) in Stage 1? Yes Stage two No Page 7 of 14

8 Diagrammatic representation of the programme structure by stage, showing the distribution and credit value of core and option modules Stage One Stage One: Level Four 120 credits Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Foundations for (1) 30 credits Foundations for (2) 20 credits Foundations for (3) 20 credits 20 credits (1) Transition to Professional Self (2) 20 credits Stage Two Stage Two: Level Five 120 credits Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Public Health in Midwifery 20 credits Applied Midwifery 20 credits Complicated Maternities 20 credits Knowledge & Evidence Informing Professional and Legal Frameworks regulating (3) Professional Relationships (4) 20 credits Elective Page 8 of 14

9 Stage Three Stage Three: Level Six 120 credits Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Empowered Skilled Companionship in Midwifery Preparing for Professional Practice 20 credits Emergency Management in Dissertation 40 credits (5) (Case loading) (6) 20 credits (Case loading) Page 9 of 14

10 Stage One Core module table Module title University Academic Integrity Tutorial Foundations for Midwifery Practice 1 Module code Credit level 1 Overview of modules by stage Credit value 2 Prerequisites Assessment rules 3 Timing and format of main assessment (AuT Autumn Term, SpT- Spring Term, SuT Summer Term, SuVacT Summer Vacation Term) HEA00001X SpT Online tutorial Week 10 HEA00009C 4 30 None NC AuT Examination Week 10 Foundations for Midwifery HEA00010C 4 20 None NC SpT Examination Week 10 Practice 2 1 HEA00007C 4 10 None NC SpT Written assessment Week 12 SpT Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 12 Transition to Professional Self HEA00022C 4 20 None NC SuT Written assessment Week 11 Foundations for Midwifery Practice 3 HEA00011C 4 20 None NC SuT Examination Week 10 2 HEA00008C 4 20 None NC SuVacT - Written assessment Week 24 SuVacT - Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 24 1 The credit level is an indication of the module s relative intellectual demand, complexity and depth of learning and of learner autonomy (Level 4/Certificate, Level 5/Intermediate, Level 6/Honours, Level 7/Masters) 2 The credit value gives the notional workload for the module, where 1 credit corresponds to a notional workload of 10 hours (including contact hours, private study and assessment) 3 Special assessment rules (requiring University Teaching Committee approval) P/F the module marked on a pass/fail basis (NB pass/fail modules cannot be compensated) NC the module cannot be compensated NR there is no reassessment opportunity for this module. It must be passed at the first attempt Page 10 of 14

11 Stage Two Core module table Module title Professional and Legal Frameworks Regulating Module code Credit level Credit value Prerequisites HEA00026I credits Assessment Timing and format of main assessment rules NC AuT Viva voce Week 10 Public Health in Midwifery HEA00025I credits at Applied Midwifery HEA00022I credits at Knowledge and Evidence Informing HEA00023I credits 3 HEA00024I credits at Professional Relationships HEA00028I credits at Complicated Maternities HEA00027I credits at 4 HEA00029I credits at NC AuT Written assessment Week 11 NC SpT - Examination Week 10 NC SuT Written assessment Week 6 NC SpT Written assessment Week 11 SpT - Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 11 NC SuT Written assessment Week 11 NC SuT Examination Week 10 NC SuVacT Written assessment Week 20 SuVacT - Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 20 Page 11 of 14

12 Stage Three Core module table Module title Module code Credit level Credit value Prerequisites Empowered HEA00020H credits at level 5 Assessment Timing and format of main assessment rules NC AuT Poster Presentation Week 10 Emergency Management in HEA00098H credits at level 5 NC AuT OSCE Week 10 5 HEA00019H credits at level 5 Skilled Companionship in Midwifery HEA00016H credits at level 5 Midwifery Dissertation HEA00018H credits at level 5 NC SpT Written assessment Week 11 SpT - Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 11 NC SpT Written assessment Week 11 NC SuT Written assessment Week 11 Preparing for Professional Practice HEA00017H credits at level 5 NC SuT Viva voce Week 11 6 HEA00021H credits at level 5 NC SuVacT - Written assessment Week 24 SuVacT - Assessment & Grading of Practice Week 24 Page 12 of 14

13 Additional year variants e.g. year in Europe, year in industry None Replacement year variants None Transfers out of or into the programme The programme is designed with an explicit modular structure. All modules are compulsory. Students must pass all modules to progress through the programme. Students who successfully complete Stage One of the programme but do not complete Stage Two, may be awarded a Certificate in Health and Social Care. This award would not be eligible for professional registration. Students who successfully complete Stage Two of the programme but do not complete Stage Three, may be awarded a Diploma in Health and Social Care. This award would not be eligible for professional registration. Students wishing to transfer from other Higher Education Institutions would be assessed against the stages using the Department s APL process. Exceptions to University Award Regulations approved by University Teaching Committee Exception The statutory professional body (NMC) require a statement of good health and good character for registration of a midwifery qualification. The Declaration of Good Health and Character must be verified by the Lead Midwife for Education. This is entirely separate from the academic award. Date approved NMC/UTC 2007 Quality and Standards The University has a framework in place to ensure that the standards of its programmes are maintained, and the quality of the learning experience is enhanced. Quality assurance and enhancement processes include: the academic oversight of programmes within departments by a Board of Studies, which includes student representation the oversight of programmes by external examiners, who ensure that standards at the University of York are comparable with those elsewhere in the sector annual monitoring and periodic review of programmes the acquisition of feedback from students by departments, and via the National Student Survey. More information can be obtained from the Academic Support Office: Page 13 of 14

14 Departmental processes regarding audit are available at: ( Date on which this programme information was updated: Departmental web page: Please note The information above provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if he/she takes full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. Detailed information on the learning outcomes, content, delivery and assessment of modules can be found in the module descriptions. The University reserves the right to modify this overview in unforeseen circumstances, or where the process of academic development, based on feedback from staff, students, external examiners or professional bodies, requires a change to be made. Students will be notified of any substantive changes at the first available opportunity. Page 14 of 14

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