Midwifery - Department Information   
Language Turkish
Program Time (Year) 4
Max.Program Time (Year) 7
Program Quota 70
Internships Status Absent
About Programme
Mardin Artuklu University School of Health Midwifery Department was established in 2009. Mardin Artuklu University School of Health was transformed into Faculty of Health Sciences in the official newspaper published in accordance with the Decree no. 30749 of 17 April 2019. The Department of Midwifery of the Faculty of Health Sciences continues its educational activities.
Qualification Awarded
License Graduated Midwife
Admission Requirements
Admission of students to the program Mardin Artuklu University Associate Degree and Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulations “Student Admission" is explained under the title.
Higher Grade Transition
Upon successful completion of the undergraduate program, the candidates can study in their own fields or related fields, provided that they have a valid score from ALES and have sufficient knowledge of English language.
Specialist Midwife (Master of Science in Midwifery),
Doctor Midwife (Doctorate of Philosophy in Midwifery).
Work by opening the private medical cabinets.
Graduation Requirements
Advising of pregnant women, involving at least 100 pre-natal examinations.
Supervision and care of at least 40 pregnant women.
Conduct by the student of at least 40 deliveries; where this number cannot be reached owing to the lack of available women in labour, it may be reduced to a minimum of 30, provided that the student assists with 20 further deliveries.
Active participation with breech deliveries. Where this is not possible because of lack of breech deliveries, practice may be in a simulated situation.
The practice of suturing includes suturing of the wound following an episiotomy and a simple perineal laceration. This may be in a simulated situation if absolutely necessary.
Supervision and care of 40 women at risk in pregnancy, or labour or post-natal period.
Supervision and care (including examination) of at least 100 post-natal women and healthy new-born infants.
Care to include education, theoretical knowledge, clinical practice for preventive and promote health and care of women with pathological conditions in the fields of gynaecology, obstetrics.
Observation and care of the new-born requiring special care, including those born pre-term, post-term, underweight or ill.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
They can work in State, Private and University Hospitals.
They can work in Family Health and Community Health Centers.
Assessment and Grading
Written Exam Oral Exam Homework Laboratory Study Seminar/Presentation Clinical Practice Clinical Evaluation Forms Home Exam