Syllabus – Pregnancy Education

Syllabus – Pregnancy Education

Pregnancy Education
  • PREGNANCY EDUCATION

    Philosophy, goals, Concepts, theories, principles and standards of care

    Anatomy and physiology / Sexuality / Menstrual cycle

    Responsible parenthood / Theories and principles of growth and development

  • PREGNANCY-ANTEPARTUM

    Stages of fetal development / Signs and symptoms of pregnancy

    Nursing care / Birth setting and alternative methods of delivery

    Physiological and psychological changes of pregnancy

    Needs of pregnant women / Danger signs and symptoms / Complications of pregnancy

  • PREGNANCY-INTRAPARTUM

    Theories of labor/Components of labor: 3 P-s/Nursing care during labor

    Analgesia and anesthesia of labor and delivery/Complications of labor and delivery

  • POSTPARTUM AND NEWBORN

    Placental stage/Nursing care of the mother/Nursing care of the newborn

    Breast feeding/rooming-in/Complications of postpartum

  • PUERPERIUM AND INFANCY

    Involution/Care of the mother Physical, motor, cognitive, psycho-social and language development/Well-baby care

    Nutrition, immunization, play activities/Common problems/disorders of infancy

  • TODDLER

    Physical, motor, cognitive, psycho-social, language and moral development

    Toilet training/Well-baby care/Nutrition, immunization, play activities

    Common problems/disorders of toddlers

  • PRE-SCHOOLER/SCHOOLER

    Physical, cognitive, psycho-social and moral development

    Sibling rivalry/Play activities/Sex education

    Common problems/disorders of preschooler/Schooler

  • PRE-ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT

    Physical, psycho-social and moral development/Sex characteristics

    Needs and tasks/Common problems/disorders of pre-adolescent/adolescent

  • PROBLEMS/DISORDERS IN CHILDREN

    Prematurity/Congenital malformations/Nephrotic Syndrome

    Metabolic disturbances/Infectious diseases

  • PROBLEM/DISORDERS IN MOTHERS INCLUDING GYNECOLOGIC DISORDERS

    High risk maternal conditions/Pregnancy related conditions

    Metabolic, cardiac, hematologic aberrations in pregnancy

    Menopause/Cellular aberrations of the reproductive organs

    Degenerative disorders of women

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Fees, Payment & Program Duration

Certificate 3 Months- 22000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 450$ USD

PG DIploma One Year – 32000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 699$ USD

FT PG Diploma 4 Months – 36000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 750$ USD

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Disclaimer: This course details are for the purpose of awareness about the program and career opportunities.

The exact information on course structure may vary from this information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pregnancy education involves providing information and guidance to individuals and couples during the pregnancy and childbirth process. It covers topics such as prenatal care, nutrition, physical changes during pregnancy, and others to help parents have a healthy pregnancy.

A childbirth educator is a professional who specializes in providing education and support to expectant parents. They typically conduct classes or workshops to educate couples about pregnancy, labour, childbirth techniques, pain management, and postpartum care.

You can become a pregnancy educator by obtaining relevant education in nursing or healthcare. You can also complete specialized training in maternal health or certification in childbirth education such as the one we provide at GIHS 

A maternity coach provides emotional and physical support to expectant mothers before, during, and after childbirth. They offer guidance, encouragement, and comfort to help mothers through the birthing process. They also assist with creating birth plans and provide postpartum support.

A maternity nursery nurse or a neonatal nurse works in the maternity nursery caring for newborns. Their responsibilities include monitoring the health of newborns, providing basic care, administering medications, and supporting parents in caring for their infants. 

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