Obstetric nursing, also known as perinatal nursing. Obstetric nurses assist in providing prenatal care and testing, care for patients with complications of pregnancy, care during labour and delivery, and care for patients following the nursing care plan. Postoperative nurses perform postoperative care on an operating unit, stress test assessments, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and healthcare and nursing assessments. Patient care technicians and surgical technologists are supervised by obstetric nurses. The department encourages student research in the core areas of women's health, reproductive health, high-risk pregnancy, neonatal care and related health care professionals. Sometimes referred to as OB nurses, specializing in assisting physicians in the care and delivery of pregnant women. They often labour in the department of labour and delivery in hospitals, health clinics or healthcare and nursing offices of doctors.
- Track 1-1 Human reproduction
- Track 2-2 Pregnancy
- Track 3-3 Normal labour and nursing management
- Track 4-4 Role of nurse-midwifery practitioner
- Track 5-5 Normal new-born
- Track 6-6 Pharmacy dynamics in obstetrics