Paediatrics: Infant development from 3-6 months

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Content Author: Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health, Ara Institute of Canterbury

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Ara Institute of Canterbury is a vibrant, progressive, government-funded institute providing world-class, tertiary-level education.

The Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health challenges individuals to go beyond traditional care or case management to focus on creating a supportive environment for health and wellbeing. Individuals learn how to promote healthy living and to care for the individual. They also learn how to become independent and confident decision-makers, with a focus on motivation, tolerance and acceptance of different cultures and beliefs.

About this Module

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of infant development from 3 - 6 months across all domains of development. 

  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the 'Watch and Wait' process for the 3 - 6-month infant.

  3. Demonstrate an understanding of possible indicators for developmental delay for the 3 - 6-month infant

Estimated CPD Hours

3 - 4 hours

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