|Module code||MWY3904 (Level 6)|
MWY4904 (Level 7)
|Fees||See Fees and funding below|
|Module leader||Anabel Halawi|
This module is a must for those working in healthcare and community services who are looking to develop their knowledge and skills in relation to the care of women and birthing people in the perinatal period. The perinatal period is often a window of opportunity for managing mental health illnesses to prevent avoidable suffering, isolation and loss of life.
The teaching and learning strategy is designed to facilitate learning for busy learners, making it easier to study from home as sessions will be delivered online.
You have the option of studying a single module for 30 credits as part of a certificate, or as part of a master’s degree at Level 6 or 7.
This module will develop your perinatal mental health knowledge and skills within your area of expertise with a focus on the perinatal period. It will give you the expertise to familiarise yourself with the range of mental health illnesses in pregnancy to post-delivery and their management to include national recommendations within the provision of care in maternity.
Particular emphasis will be placed on fostering participatory approaches in a way that facilitates your learning.
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Active learning will be used to encourage interaction between learners and tutors, drawing on user and community expertise as well as your own experiences. You will be provided with online learning materials and online lectures as well as additional guided reading.
Engaging with active discussion and reflection will enable you to consolidate, and extend your knowledge, and help to prepare you for the assessment.
There will include six sessions (covering the below) that will be delivered on-line with one to one tutorial on completion.
You will be assessed through a written work.
This module will be taught online. Dates as below:
All sessions run from 9am-3pm and will be online.
Assessment date: 9th May 2024
Provisional feedback: 4th June 2024
Academic board: End of June 2024
The fees* below refer to the 2023/24 academic year unless otherwise stated.
Per credit: £63
30 credits: £1,890
*Course fees are subject to annual inflation.
There are several funding options available:
For more information for any of these options, including fee rates for self-funding/employer-sponsored students, please visit our dedicated funding page.
To apply for this module, please visit our CPD health practitioner page for an application form.