Teaching Perinatal Care: A Practical Guide
This multi-authored handbook—the first of its kind—focuses on methods and strategies for teaching perinatal care. Each chapter is inspired by presentations and workshops presented at the biennial National Forum on Teaching Competence in Family Medicine Maternity Care, which began in Toronto, Canada, in 2014.
Full of insightful advice, step-by-step guides, and helpful visual models, Teaching Perinatal Care covers a wide range of subjects, including . . .
Techniques for teaching during labour and birth
Mentorship in the context of perinatal care
How to engage the uninterested learner
Teaching across generational divides
Strategies for teaching virtually
How best to evaluate learners
Ideal for those involved in family medicine, obstetrics, and midwifery, this guide will prove to be a cornerstone resource in perinatal care education. Whether you are a seasoned educator or new to the discipline, teaching in a university hospital or in the community, this pioneering guidebook will provide you with a wealth of practical, hands-on techniques.