To prepare midwifery students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable them to function effectively as a midwife in contributing to decrease maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity in Cambodia.
Graduates from this program will:
Apply the knowledge of policies and procedural guidelines that have legal implications for practice.
Apply the midwifery process with emphasis on critical thinking, therapeutic midwifery inventions, and effective interpersonal communication skills as they relate to success in the midwifery profession
Apply ethical, legal, economic and political concepts, showing a positive attitude and respect for people regardless of economic status, customs, and beliefs
Demonstrate ability to coordinate comprehensive and high-quality care to patients, families, and communities in line with the standards of midwifery practice for safe motherhood
Use the primary health care approach to help meet basic health needs in the community through participation by the community
Be responsible for continuing personal and professional development with an awareness of changing health trends
Demonstrate ability to assume leadership and consultative role within the health provider
Participate in community activities that contribute to the improvement of reproductive health status.
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