Full course description
ASM Block 2/ BSM Block 2
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to the principles of genetics. Students are expected to master a basic understanding of how genetic traits are passed on and how the internal and external environment of the cell can affect this process. Emphasis is placed on understanding the effects of teratogens and the unique vulnerability of the fetus to exposure during key periods in development.
This course uses current research in midwifery and obstetrics to broaden the student’s understanding of the NARM skills and MEAC essential competencies learned under clinical supervision.
Learning objectives are identified through the linking of MEAC Essential Competencies and the NCM Degree Qualification Profile.
|Read, listen to, watch assigned lesson materials.|
|Submit a written summary of current research.|
|Complete oral and/or written formative didactic assessments with final summative submission.|
|Identify and cite high-quality sources.|
|Use articulated reasoning while participating in an oral presentation, facilitated discussions and skills demonstrations.|
|Analyze a case study.|
|Create an infographic, handout, and/or community resource.|
|Optional: Develop a study aid.|
|Complete a final exam.|
Note: The clinical requirement of NARM /Clinical Skills is completed at any time throughout the ASM apprenticeship during actual clinical practice and is NOT a requirement to complete this academic course. Typical clinical manifestations of knowledge learned in this course are identified in the learning objective document above.