You are able to plan, implement and evaluate the monitoring and strengthening of the health, well-being and resources of the expectant family in cooperation with the family
You are able to carry out health examinations of the expectant family, assess the health of the expectant mother and the fetus and the family, identify risk factors related to pregnancy and childbirth, and refer to treatment if necessary
You will be able to work in a sudden birth, perform a regular postpartum examination and assess the need for support for the newborn child and his or her family and take supportive measures.
You know the laws and recommendations related to the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. You know sexual rights and the development and manifestation of sexuality at different stages of a person’s life
You can describe your own abilities, professional activities and methods of sexual guidance in promoting sexual health and supporting couple relationship
You know the risk factors for sexual health and how to support clients who require special monitoring and support. You know how to guide and support clients in matters related to relationships and family planning
You know the methods of contraception and family planning, as well as the most common gynecological diseases