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    fe540mum Ria

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    21st Feb finish arhhhh 3yrs

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    Melissa.

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    Start 2011. Finish 2013.

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    Stage name (and real one if you like) - Creation/Sophie

    University - ACU Brisbane

    Degree - Bachelor of Midwifery

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    Bezzy - did you have Redlands as #1???

    ACU girls when do you start?

    Griffith girls - did anyone find the facebook page? I might be going blind, but I couldnt find it anywhere????
    And how was today?

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    Uni starts for ACU on the 21st of Feb. I'm can't wait!

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    Stage name (and real one if you like) - jade24 / Jade

    University - ACU Melbourne

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    Quote Originally Posted by I am not Esther View Post
    so much for remaining inconspicuous

    Hi, i'm esther (and i'd like to remain esther on this site - so no slipping up and calling me another name ) - and 2nd year mid in SA.

    and while i probably won't post in thread all that often (simply because if i have something to say, its probably not something i'd want the uni to track down ) - but i'm always happy to have people send me a pm or an email if you have questions or even help with assignments



    My advice for everyone would be:
    Try to not procrastinate - i am exceptionally good at starting assignments the day before they're due - but i've probably cut 10 years off my life with the stress of it [and its far easier to do without children] - but once you start having followthroughs, they tend to give birth on the worst days possible. just saying

    suck up to your teachers. and if you have 'non-main******' ideas, don't utter them too loudly or too often, it puts a target on your back

    Oh and if you can do 'extra reading' (and by this i mean, keeping up to date with 'current' events in the birthing/midwifery world - this will actually help ime.

    Hope this year goes well for everyone.
    Thanks for the advice! But now I'm scared ... lol

    Is it really like that?! Wow ...

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    Name: 2girls&1boy/Paula

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    Start/Finish Date: 2010/2014 (mixing part time & full time depending on my family's needs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade24 View Post
    Thanks for the advice! But now I'm scared ... lol

    Is it really like that?! Wow ...
    its not THAT bad - but i'm a homebirthing (or in my own case, probably freebirthing),extended breastfeeder, ec-er etc. apparently all the things that are currently 'fashionable'. and quite ok/proud of that. (obviously a little too proud sometimes )

    And i have been taken aside and reminded that it might be good to tone down a bit. it could just be that i'm more extreme
    Certainly don't worry about piping up with your opinion. But the more you do it, the more notice you get

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    Name- Amy / Sunflower78

    University- Griffith University, Logan Campus

    Degree- Bachelor of Midwifery

    Dates- 2011-2013

    Hospital- Logan Hospital


 

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