Midwife Responsibilities

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The role and responsibilities of a Midwife. In the UK Midwifes have to follow the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) codes once they are registered as a midwife. As a midwife, you 'll be involved in: Midwives have a lot of responsible and are involved with patient in anything to do with a pregnancy and babies. From the day a patient wants a baby or is pregnant to the days even after pregnancy. A midwife will be involved in monitoring and examining women during pregnancy; developing, assessing and evaluating individual programmes of care; providing full antenatal care, including screening tests in the hospital, community and the home; identifying high risk pregnancies and making referrals to doctors and other medical specialists; arranging…show more content…
They educate parents one-to-one or in groups and promote breastfeeding. MSWs could also be updating records and other admin tasks, ordering stationery and equipment and preparing equipment. Obstetrician An obstetrician is a specialises doctor who provides specialized care to expectant mothers during pregnancy, labour and after birth. In some hospitals, you 'll automatically see an obstetrician. In others, your midwife or GP will refer you for an appointment if they have a particular concern, such as previous complications in pregnancy or chronic illness. You can ask to see an obstetrician if you have any concerns that you want to discuss. This care provided will not only include visits of patient specific to the pregnancy, but for any other health issues; such as common ailments, aches, pains and mental health concerns. Many obstetricians contract with hospitals to care for patients who do not have a doctor or whose doctor is in another area. This means that you may find yourself called into the hospital at odd hours to care for a woman in labor whom you have never before met. Obstetricians make hospital rounds anytime their patient is in the hospital, whether in labor-and-deliver, postpartum or antepartum
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