Submitting my Second Masters Assessment "Facilitating Complex Childbirth"

The assessment for "Facilitating Complex Childbirth" was unlike any I had done before. It was previously a presentation, but with distance learning they changed it to be a recorded, verbally annotated 25 minute PowerPoint presentation. It was a little difficult to first understand, but then I actually really enjoyed it and much preferred it to normal presentations which can be quite nervewracking. The presentation was on the care of a woman with any complexity or condition found in pregnancy, with a plan for her care. 

I chose to do Obstetric Cholestasis. It's a topic that's been a little close to my heart for a number of years. My sister had it with her pregnancy, and I feel like it's a topic that is very rarely acknowledged. I also wanted to do it on a subject that hadn't been overdone in previous years and wasn't being done already. 

The goal of the presentation was to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the complexity, with physiology, pathophysiology and care plan. Also, by critical evaluation of literature examining how this impacts on the physical, social, cultural and psychological well being of the woman and her fetus. This was all meant to be related to the concept of risk and normality. 

I can't even begin to explain how much I loved spending time on learning a topic in depth. I found it so enjoyable to research and write on OC. I was so happy when I finished it, before realising I'd taken over an hour. Oops! I then had to cut it down massively. I didn't originally want to put the references on the slides, but ultimately it was the main way to cut time down. I did enjoy making each slide unique and designing them all. I can't lie, I absolutely loved being a little bit creative and I'm so impressed with the end result. I can't wait to see what my result is.