Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (ANM)

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Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (ANM)

ANM or simply Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery in Nursing is a two-year undergraduate certificate-level course in Medical Nursing.

Nursing is the medical specialty of caring for the sick, and maternity care is a profession that focusses on providing help to the mother during work and pregnancy. Nursing is an important part of the healthcare sector. Nurses have the responsibility to ensure the smooth functioning of health organizations such as Hospitals, Dispensaries, NGOs, etc. Subjects covered within this course’s curriculum include Anatomy & Physiology, Biological Science, Microbiology, Behavioral Science, Sociology, Psychology, Fundamentals of Nursing, and First Aid.

The program aims to produce skilled general nurses, with qualities such as:

  • Flexibility, adaptability, empathy, organizational skills, and time management.
  • Leadership skills, determination, tenacity, and ability to conduct research.
  • Good communication and observation skills which are crucial to good nursing.
  • Constant alertness to changes in patients’ conditions and subsequent implications in terms of care.