Developing a Core Competency Model and Educational Framework for Primary Maternity Services: A national consensus approach

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Elsevier Inc
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Women and Birth, 2012, 25 (3), pp. 122 - 127
Issue Date:
2012-09
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An appropriately educated and competent workforce is crucial to an effective health care system. The National Health Workforce Taskforce (now Health Workforce Australia) and the Maternity Services Inter-Jurisdictional Committee funded a project to develop Core Competencies and Educational Framework for Primary Maternity Services in Australia. These competencies recognise the interdisciplinary nature of maternity care in Australia where care is provided by general practitioners, obstetricians and midwives as well as other professionals. Participants: Key stakeholders from professional organisations and providers of services related to maternity care and consumers of services.
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