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These core tenets form the foundation for every aspect of midwifery care. They s
These core tenets form the foundation for every aspect of midwifery care. They should be incorporated into your academic work and in the clinical care you will provide as a student, and later as a licensed midwife. You must demonstrate a full comprehension of the meaning of each component of the midwifery model of a care, and what shared decision-making incorporates and means to both you and your clients. Intended Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson the student will be able to do all of the following: 1. Explain and give examples of each component of the midwifery model of care, as articulated by Citizens for Midwifery. 2. Identify and explain the principles of informed consent and refusal and shared decision-making. General Instructions: Write a 2-part essay on the defining core aspects of the midwifery model of care. The first part of the essay should cover all of the components identified by Citizens for Midwifery that define the “midwife model” of care. The second part will fully discuss the important concepts of informed consent, refusal, and “shared decision making”. The essay must be 5 – 10 pages and 1100 – 2500 words. Do not go over 4000 words! You may use the essay submitted as part of your application process as a foundation or guide, but you will need to add to it significantly. Assessment of the entrance essay was primarily on your ability to correctly identify the components and understand the general meaning of each, along with your ability to follow written instructions. Submitting the same, previously submitted essay will result in a grade of zero. You must provide more details and demonstrate that you fully understand the concepts that define the midwifery model of care. Module I Introduction to Midwifery Syllabus #IM-2022-7 © 2019 The Association of Texas Midwives Grading: This assignment will be graded by peer-review. Your essay will be peer-reviewed by three classmates and a self-review of your own essay. A detailed rubric/guide, based on the criteria listed below, will be used to assign the grades. Final essay submission grade will be an average of all 4 grades. You will also receive a grade for your assessments! Assessment grades are a complex calculation based on a comparison of your assessment with that of the assessments by other peers. This means that you will need to read the essay and rubric/criteria carefully and objectively to receive a good score for your assessments. The final, overall grade for this assignment will by 85% of the essay grade plus 15% of the assessment grade. Essay Criteria: Part 1 – worth 44% of the grade: Students must demonstrate a thorough understanding of what defines the Midwives Model of CareTM for the first part of the essay. It must include: ● The components that characterize midwifery care, such as: ○ Pregnancy and birth as “normal” ○ Respectful treatment ○ Adequate time for appointments ○ Personal, individualized care of the woman ○ Appropriate and thorough care during all phases of the maternity cycle ○ Thorough education and preparation of the client and family ○ Continuity of care ● An interpretation of what each component encompasses, including examples for each. The Midwives Model of CareTM is a trademark of the Midwifery Task Force. See Citizens for Midwifery Part 2 – worth 48% of the grade: In the second part of the essay the student must fully develop and articulate the concept of informed decision making, shared decision making, and how these differ from “informed consent.” The student must: ● Explain what is meant by “informed decision making” ● Identify situations where informed decision making is used ● Explain the information needed for a decision to be “informed” and “shared” • Examine the role of the midwife in the decision-making process ● Discuss the ethical dilemmas involved in decision making and in providing midwifery care Writing Skills account for 8% of the grade and include: ● “Readability” – easy to read and understand; organization ● Terminology – appropriate use of medical or other terminology ● Grammar and spelling ● Citations and references. Students must use the following 4 sources when researching and writing the essay. APA formatting must be used. Module I Introduction to Midwifery Syllabus #IM-2022-7 © 2019 The Association of Texas Midwives Required resources: ● Citizens for Midwifery https://www.citizensformidwifery.org/ ○ Midwives Model of Care brochure: https://www.citizensformidwifery.org/mmoc ○ Core Values of CFM: https://www.citizensformidwifery.org/mission-index-impact ○ The Midwives Model of CareTM is a trademark of the Midwifery Task Force. ● MANA Statement of Values and Ethics (located in the “Orientation Guidelines” or online at: ○ http://mana.org/about-us/statement-of-values-and-ethics ● Davis, Elizabeth. Heart and Hands: A Midwife’s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, 5th edition, Ten Speed Press ● King, T. L., Brucker, M. C., Kriebs, J. M., Fahey, J. O., Gegor, C. L., & Varney, H. (2019). Varney's Midwifery 6th edition pages 43 and 105; Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Students may use up to three additional resources of her choosing. Internet sources may be used with proper

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