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Inital Dflp Plan

Inital Dflp Plan






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    • DFLP Plan Carolyn McIntosh DFLP 2008 Image: Toei: Medicine flickr.com
    • My Plan
      • To develop a learning module on therapeutic midwifery skills for first year undergraduate midwifery students
    • Background
      • New midwifery program commencing 2009
      • Developed in collaboration with CPIT
      • Entire program to be delivered in flexible format with combination of face to face, online, tutorial group and midwifery practice facilitator support .
    • DFLP considerations
      • Flexibility includes:
        • Time,
        • Place,
        • Enrollment and completion
        • Learning styles
        • Blended learning options
    • DFLP Issues to consider
      • Internet access
      • Sustainability
      • Cultural diversity
      • Accessibility and equity
      • Strategic direction
    • Course considerations
      • New Zealand needs more confident, skilled midwives
      • Midwives need colleagues who are skilled, confident and competent
      • Midwifery employers (DHBs, Community trusts etc) need midwives who are able to practice autonomously within their scope of practice
      • Women outside the main centers want midwifery education that is
        • Accessible
        • Appropriate to their learning needs
        • Prepares them for autonomous midwifery practice
    • Course consideration
      • How, when why and what
        • background information to provide
        • skills to deliver
        • Assessment, formative and or summative
        • Feedback and support
      • Face to face?
      • Online?
      • In the midwifery practice setting?
    • Course considerations
      • How to structure course to promote student learning
      • What resources to use
      • How much face to face
      • What if any attendance is compulsory
      • What formative assessments to incorporate to support learning
      • What if any summative assessments to incorporate
      • What support and feedback to provide to student
      • Students who need extra support
    • Course issues
      • This part of a larger course and some of the considerations will be decided as part of this larger course
      • Need to provide adequate support and sharing opportunities to promote student learning
      • Need to make sure learning opportunities and resources support the needs of ;
        • learners,
        • midwifery education
        • midwifery profession