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Ilse Steininger, MSc

Academic Staff


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Lectures 2021/22

Health Sciences

> Care and Nursing During Puerperium ILV
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Care and Nursing During Puerperium ILV

Lector: Daniela Kriegisch, BSc MA MHC, Ilse Steininger, MSc

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Postpartum process/postpartum:
Physical and emotional adjustment process; sexuality
in the postnatal period, family planning;
observation, monitoring and evaluation of needs Documentation
of the course of the postpartum Final check-up/discharge
interview; design
options for the physiological course of the postpartum and the postnatal period;

Health promotion; complementary
medical support methods; life with
the child; relationship development
in parenting and partnership; shaping of life
in the lactation period and professional re-entry after the
postpartum period; recognition of one's
own competencies and maintaining one's own limits;

Assessment methods

Final exam
M or S

Teaching methods

Integrated course

Language

German

> Physiological Needs of the Newborn ILV
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Physiological Needs of the Newborn ILV

Lector: Mag.a phil. Christina Schuster-Weingartner, Bsc, Ilse Steininger, MSc

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Prenatal life, The birth from the baby's point of view, Postnatal adjustment, Midwifery tasks in the delivery room, Initial examination, The first days in a baby's life, SIDS (sudden infant death), Handling and care, Children at risk, Mother's passport, Overview: Developmental steps in the first year of life

Additional focal points: Newborn and pain, Documentation of the newborn, The crying newborn

General: Recognizing your own competencies as a student and the limits of midwifery work.

Assessment methods

Final exam
M or S

Teaching methods

Integrated course

Language

German

> Birth Management (including skills) ILV
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Birth Management (including skills) ILV

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Recognition of one's own competences and the preservation of one's own limits, observation, monitoring, evaluation of needs, design possibilities, physiological birth (use of resources including (use of resources incl. transcultural perspectives); CTG classification, evaluation, interpretation, perineal protection and development of the child, care of episiotomies and birth injuries, postpartum monitoring and care of the mother, bonding, initial care of the newborn, initial examination of the newborn, documentation of the birth process

Assessment methods

Final exam
M or S

Teaching methods

Integrated course

Language

German