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Masters Degrees in Midwifery

We have 84 Masters Degrees in Midwifery

Masters degrees in Midwifery teach postgraduates the essential principles and techniques for delivering babies, as well as how to care for the pregnant person during each stage of the birth cycle. Midwifery courses are available as an MSc, a PGDip and a PGCert. Related subjects include Perinatal Health and Neonatal Care. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate subject such as Nursing, Midwifery or Medicine. Midwifery programmes typically provide students with practical training through clinical placements in hospitals, birthing centers, and community health settings. This allows students to gain experience working with pregnant individuals and families, providing antenatal care, and supporting individuals during labor and birth. In addition to clinical skills, students may also learn about the social, cultural, and economic factors that impact maternal and infant health outcomes, as well as the provision of maternity services in different contexts. Midwifery graduates may work in various settings, including hospitals, community health centers, and social service agencies, providing care, education, and support to individuals and families throughout the birth cycle.

Why study a Masters in Midwifery?

## Courses in this field often take an interdisciplinary approach, training you to become an expert caregiver for pregnant people and their families, while building your clinical expertise in a variety of healthcare settings. As well as training in evidence-based practice, you will also explore the provision of maternity services and their social and economic importance. Placements are usually a key component of most programmes, and may include interaction with patients in settings such as hospitals and community groups. You will learn to provide advice on topics such as breastfeeding, normal labour and birth, and the relationship between pregnancy and various health conditions. As well as hospitals and health centres, midwives may work within social services to give home visits, support community centres with various education programmes, or provide administrative assistance on behalf of charities.

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