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Gain Essential Knowledge in Maternal-Newborn Nursing Topics

Our certified Nurse-Midwife breaks down the developmental stages of a pregnancy – from menstruation to birth

Maternal-newborn for nurses

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90 videos (7:05 h total), 213 questions

1. Menstrual Cycle (Nursing)

1.1 Menstrual Cycle: Introduction

1.2 Hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian Axis

1.3 Ovarian Cycle

1.4 Endometrial Cycle

1.5 Neurotransmitters and Hormones

1.6 Ovulation Symptoms

1.7 Menstrual Cycle: In a Nutshell

2. Fetal Development: Conception (Nursing)

2.1 Stages of Fertilization and Twin Formation

2.1 Stages of Fertilization and Twin Formation

2.2 Teratogenic Exposure

2.3 Placenta, Amniotic Sac and Endometrium

2.4 Fetal Circulation

2.5 Conception: In a Nutshell

3. Discomforts in Pregnancy (Nursing)

3.1 Discomforts in Pregnancy: Introduction

3.2 Nausea, Vomiting, and Emotional Disturbances

3.3 Pyrosis, Round Ligament Pain and Fatigue

3.4 Constipation and Hemorrhoids

3.5 Back Pain, Leg Cramps and Vericosities

3.6 Gingivitis, Epistaxis, and Nasal Congestion

3.7 Braxton Hicks Contraction, Edema, and Supine Hypotension

3.8 Discomforts in Pregnancy: In a Nutshell

4. Antepartum Care (Nursing)

4.1 Pregnancy Symptoms

4.2 Dating a Pregnancy, GTPAL System, and Trimesters

4.3 Initial Assessment and Labs

4.4 Screening vs. Diagnostic Testing

4.5 First Prenatal Visits

4.6 Fetal Auscultation

4.7 McDonald’s Measurement and Leopold Maneuver

4.8 Rh Incompatibility

4.9 Signs of Complications

4.10 Education and Nutrition during Pregnancy

4.11 Exercise and Weight Gain during Pregnancy

4.12 Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence

4.13 Initial Visit: In a Nutshell

5. Stages of Labor (Nursing)

5.1 Labor: Introduction

5.2 Rupture of Membranes: Assessment

5.3 Stages of Labor: Introduction

5.4 Stage I of Labor

5.5 Stage II of Labor

5.6 Stage III of Labor

5.7 Stage IV of Labor

5.8 Stages of Labor: In a Nutshell

6. The 5 Ps of Labor (Nursing)

6.1 Five Ps of Labor: Introduction

6.2 Introduction to Passenger, Fetal Attitude, and Fetal Lie

6.3 Fetal Presentation – Passenger

6.4 Fetal Anatomy and the Three-letter-system – Passenger

6.5 Fetal Positions – Passenger

6.6 Passenger: In a Nutshell

6.7 Introduction to Passageway and the 4 General Pelvis Types

6.8 Passageway: In a Nutshell

6.9 Primary and Secondary Powers and Cardinal Mechanisms of Labor

6.10 Primary and Secondary Powers: In a Nutshell

6.11 Labor Positions

6.12 Psyche and Support during Childbirth and Postpartum

6.13 Psyche: In a Nutshell

7. Fetal Monitoring (Nursing)

7.1 Introduction: Fetal Monitoring Basics

7.2 External Fetal Monitoring

7.3 Fetal Basics of Electronical Fetal Monitoring

7.4 NICHD Fundamental Principles

7.5 Nonstress Test (NST)

7.6 Periodic and Episodic Patterns

7.7 Early, Late, and Variable Decelerations

7.8 Physiology of Intrauterine Resuscitation

7.9 Interventions for Late and Variable Decelerations

7.10 Internal Fetal Monitoring

7.11 Contraction Stress Test

7.12 Fetal Monitor Documentation, Charting Frequency, and the 3-Tier Fetal Heart Rate Interpretation System

7.13 Fetal Monitoring: In a Nutshell

1. Menstrual Cycle (Nursing)

1.1. Menstrual Cycle: Introduction

1.2. Hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian Axis

1.3. Ovarian Cycle

1.4. Endometrial Cycle

1.5. Neurotransmitters and Hormones

1.6. Ovulation Symptoms

1.7. Menstrual Cycle: In a Nutshell

2. Fetal Development: Conception (Nursing)

2.1 Stages of Fertilization and Twin Formation
2.2 Teratogenic Exposure
2.3 Placenta, Amniotic Sac and Endometrium
2.4 Fetal Circulation
2.5 Conception: In a Nutshell

3. Discomforts in Pregnancy (Nursing)

3.1 Discomforts in Pregnancy: Introduction
3.2 Nausea, Vomiting, and Emotional Disturbances
3.3 Pyrosis, Round Ligament Pain and Fatigue
3.4 Constipation and Hemorrhoids
3.5 Back Pain, Leg Cramps and Vericosities
3.6 Gingivitis, Epistaxis, and Nasal Congestion
3.7 Braxton Hicks Contraction, Edema, and Supine Hypotension
3.8 Discomforts in Pregnancy: In a Nutshell

4. Antepartum Care (Nursing)

4.1 Pregnancy Symptoms

4.2 Dating a Pregnancy, GTPAL System, and Trimesters

4.3 Initial Assessment and Labs

4.4 Screening vs. Diagnostic Testing

4.5 First Prenatal Visits

4.6 Fetal Auscultation

4.7 McDonald’s Measurement and Leopold Maneuve

4.8 Rh Incompatibility

4.9 Signs of Complications

4.10 Education and Nutrition during Pregnancy

4.11 Exercise and Weight Gain during Pregnancy

4.12 Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence

4.13 Initial Visit: In a Nutshell

5. Stages of Labor (Nursing)

5.1 Labor: Introduction

5.2 Rupture of Membranes: Assessment

5.3 4 Stages of Labor: Introduction

5.4 Stage I of Labor

5.5 Stage II of Labor

5.6 Stage III of Labor

5.7 Stage IV of Labor

5.8 Stages of Labor: In a Nutshell

6. The 5 Ps of Labor (Nursing)

6.1 Five Ps of Labor: Introduction

6.2 Introduction to Passenger, Fetal Attitude, and Fetal Lie

6.3 Fetal Presentation – Passenger

6.4 Fetal Anatomy and the Three-letter-system – Passenger

6.5 Fetal Positions – Passenger

6.6 Passenger: In a Nutshell

6.7 Introduction to Passageway and the 4 General Pelvis Types

6.8 Passageway: In a Nutshell

6.9 Primary and Secondary Powers and Cardinal Mechanisms of Labor

6.10 Primary and Secondary Powers: In a Nutshell

6.11 Labor Positions

6.12 Psyche and Support during Childbirth and Postpartum

6.13 Psyche: In a Nutshell

7. Fetal Monitoring (Nursing)

7.1 Introduction: Fetal Monitoring Basics

7.2 External Fetal Monitoring

7.3 Fetal Basics of Electronical Fetal Monitoring

7.4 NICHD Fundamental Principles

7.5 Nonstress Test (NST)

7.6 Periodic and Episodic Patterns

7.7 Early, Late, and Variable Decelerations

7.8 Physiology of Intrauterine Resuscitation

7.9 Interventions for Late and Variable Decelerations

7.10 Internal Fetal Monitoring

7.11 Contraction Stress Test

7.12 Fetal Monitor Documentation, Charting Frequency, and the 3-Tier Fetal Heart Rate Interpretation System

7.13 Fetal Monitoring: In a Nutshell

Maternal-newborn nursing is a highly sensitive topic, which needs much empathy and skill. This course will help novice nursing students master the assessment and attending of a patient’s pregnancy. Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Duke University School of Nursing as well as a certified Nurse-Midwife. She is passionate about educating future nurses and will prepare nursing students in a professional and effective way for their nursing final exam or the NCLEX exam. She will guide them through the different fields of maternal-newborn nursing in this course, including the menstrual cycle, what to check for in the initial visit and what to observe in fetal monitoring.

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7+ hours

Maternal-newborn video content.

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210+ questions

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About your maternal-newborn educator, Jacquelyn

Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler (PhD)

Dr. Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Duke University School of Nursing in North Carolina as well as a Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM). She teaches Health Promotion and Perinatal Nursing in the pre-professional and Master’s degree programs and is passionate about women’s health issues worldwide, leading global health immersions to China, the Philippines, and South America. Dr. McMillian-Bohler received her Bachelor’s degree of Science in Nursing (BSN) from the University of North Carolina, her Master’s degree in Nurse-Midwifery (MSN) from Vanderbilt University and her PhD in Nursing Education from Villanova University.

Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler (PhD)

Dr. Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Duke University School of Nursing in North Carolina as well as a Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM). She teaches Health Promotion and Perinatal Nursing in the pre-professional and Master’s degree programs and is passionate about women’s health issues worldwide, leading global health immersions to China, the Philippines, and South America. Dr. McMillian-Bohler received her Bachelor’s degree of Science in Nursing (BSN) from the University of North Carolina, her Master’s degree in Nurse-Midwifery (MSN) from Vanderbilt University and her PhD in Nursing Education from Villanova University.

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