Graduates possess the professional training to provide health services to women and their families, pregnant women, women in labour, newly delivered mothers and newborn children with regard to health promotion, prophylaxis, obstetric and gynaecological care: preconception, prenatal and perinatal.
The course covers basic subjects: human anatomy and physiology, genetics etc. together with obstetrics and gynaecological nursing, diagnosis in obstetrics and gynaecology, neonatology and neonatal nursing, paediatrics and paediatric nursing etc. Graduates can find employment in health care institutions: hospitals and clinics.
First degree course graduates obtain the title of bachelor of nursing and are ready to take up a second cycle course in Obstetrics or, following the commencement of their professional careers, take up various forms of post-graduate education (specialist courses, qualification courses and specialist training).