I apologise if this has been done before. Just wondering if any bachelor of Midwifery students at Griffith can help. I understand the course is online after the 2 week intensive, however can anyone shed a light on the weekly load. For example do you have online lectures every day? Can you please give an idea of what the weekly load is like at home.
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