Maternal Neonate Nursing


Improved maternal, neonatal, and child health is a major objective for Kurdistan’s public health program, according to one nursing college department. Their health influences future public health issues for families, communities, and the healthcare system. It also affects how healthy the next generation will be. Help nursing students get the in-depth information and expertise needed to provide care for healthy and high-risk women during the preconception, prenatal, intranatal, postnatal, and menopause phases, keeping in mind that each woman is a unique individual with particular needs.

Research methodology is a helpful subject in maternal neonatal nursing.

Department Vision:

Maternal and neonatal health nursing department is one of the distinguished scientific departments in the graduation of qualified nurses who are able to provide qualified health nursing services based on the principles and theories of maternal and neonatal practice.

Department Mission:

The Maternal and Neonatal Health Nursing Department’s primary mission is to provide a continuum of comprehensive educational programs in the area of specialty that prepare student nurses and provide opportunities for continuing education and training that enhance the development of scientific and practical skills that reflect on women’s health during the maternity cycle. We wish to be the best at the local and global level by providing nursing students with the necessary knowledge and training in maternal and child health nursing to prepare them to provide safe health services and meet the needs of the local community.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. To provide nursing students with a scientific and academic qualification and nursing skills in maternal and neonatal health nursing.
  2. To equip students with knowledge and skills in maternal and neonatal health nursing through theoretical materials and evidence-based practice.
  3. To enable nurses in the provision of maternal and neonatal nursing health services at specialized and general health facilities.
  4. To conduct scientific research in the field of maternal and neonatal health nursing and help in the development of nursing services.


Learning outcomes for Research Methodology:

  • At the end of this semester, students will be able to do the scientific research step by step.
  • The student should systematically address the various types and designs of the research and problems, the key factors that are assumed to influence or cause those problems, and how to solve those problems by doing good research.

Study Methods:

The method of study in our department depends on various tools such as lectures, seminars (project and video), practical sessions, and case presentations (students are trained in a variety of settings, including maternity hospitals, primary health care centers, and family planning clinics). As branches of maternal-neonatal nursing use the semester system, assessment is achieved via two midterm tests, a final exam with a clinical component, and (practical exam).


The language of instruction at the Maternal-Neonatal Department is English for all semesters.


The duration of study at this department as a part of the College of Nursing requires four academic years of full-time study.

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