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    Default Student Midwife looking to build supportive relationships during your pregnancy

    Hi Mums/Mums to be,

    I am currently studying my 4th year of nursing and midwifery at the University of Queensland. The degree requires students to follow women throughout their pregnancy. Follow through experiences provides midwifery students with an opportunity to support women and their families through their pregnancy, birthing and postnatal period. These experiences are essential for student midwives to develop their skills and expand their knowledge.

    Understandably, the pregnancy journey is a very personal experience for yourself and your loved ones. My ambition is to provide you and your family with ongoing support and help you achieve a positive experience. The development of such supportive relationships is highly beneficial in both pregnancy and during the post partum period. The program allows continuity of care (a familiar face) and the development of a trusting and supportive relationships.

    If you are interested (or know of someone who might be interested) and are birthing at a Brisbane (or surrounding area) hospital, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Thank you!

    Paige Bennet

    paige.bennet@uqconnect.edu.au

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    As I am completing my course in October I am seeking women due late Sept through to early October.

    Thanks very much, appreciate your support!


 

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