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Exercise and Nutrition during Childbearing- Masters Level Module


Course Description

Entry requirements
Students are normally practising midwives, or health care professionals with an interest in the module content. GPHSS entry requirements apply.

Module Description
This module aims to develop a deeper understanding of the biochemical and/or physiological adaptation processes that occur during childbearing. Students are expected to critically evaluate their understanding of how exercise and nutrition impacts on the childbearing process.
At the end of the module students will be able to:
• Critically discuss and evaluate the concept of the healthy diet in the context of childbearing and lactation
• Have a critical awareness of exercise physiology in relation to physiological changes/responses in pregnancy and the impact of exercise
• Critically evaluate the benefits and hazards of exercise and nutrition

Visit the Exercise and Nutrition during Childbearing- Masters Level Module page on the University of Brighton website for more details!

Entry Requirements

See course description

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