My name is Nancy and I have just started my postgraduate diploma in midwifery at curtin University.
One of our ''tasks'' is our 'Continuity of Care Experiences', which involves following and supporting 20 women (have to be less than 35 weeks pregnant) throughout their pregnancies and birth experiences, and in turn I learn about the different experiences women have during this wonderful time of bringing new life into the world. If you are interested, and would like more information, please read the following brochure:
Or alternately, please feel free to contact me via this thread.....
Thank you for your time and looking forward to meeting some of you????
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25-07-2012 00:33 #1Junior Member
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Student Midwife- to provide support throughout pregnancy, birth, and post-birth.
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