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CHHHS Midwifery learning packages: Perineal repair

Guide for Cairns & Hinterland Hospital & Health Service Midwifery learning packages and resources

Perineal repair

Professional development plans

Please retain these PDF documents and bring to your Individual Development Plan (IDP) discussion.


Perineal repair

Access the Perineal Care Guidelines, QHEPS intranet site via policies, Cairns & Hinterland Hospital & Health Service - Women’s Gynaecology Neonatal Procedures (see link below).

Attend a Perineal Repair Workshop. This workshop is aimed at midwives wishing to develop practical skills and theoretical knowledge of 1st & 2nd degree tears in childbirth.

Content of the workshop includes:

  • Audiovisual aids with information on the principles of recognition and management of perineal trauma
  • Surgical skills workshops with the use of models – knot tying, instrument ties
  • Case scenarios and perineal repair simulation exercises

COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS

Complete three perineal repairs under supervision by an accredited midwife or doctor – to be documented on the Midwifery Skills Competency in Perineal Repair.  Submit to the Midwifery educator - evidence of competency can then be recorded on the Trendcare education database.

Recognition of prior learning– see Midwifery Educator or NUM of Birth Suite

Contact

For further information relating to learning packages and midwifery education within CHHHS, contact:

Rita Ball, Midwifery Nurse Eductor

Rita Ball

Midwifery Educator | Women's Health Unit | Nursing and Midwifery Education & Research Unit | Cairns & Hinterland Hospital and Health Service

Email | Tel. 07 4226 6470

P: +61 7 4226 6679 | E: cairns_library@health.qld.gov.au
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