My name is Kaitlyn, I am in my third and final semester of midwifery at Notre Dame University Perth, WA. As part of my course I have to follow 20 womens pregnancies. I need to attend a minimum of two antenatal visits with you, be present at the birth and follow up postnatally. Having a midwifery student is an excellent way of having some extra support throughout the journey
Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions. I hope to hear from you soon!
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24-07-2013 15:02 #1Junior Member
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Perth Student Midwife Seeking Pregnant Women :)
28-07-2013 18:30 #2
Hi Kaitlyn, I was just looking through bub hub and have come across your post. I am currently 28 weeks pregnant with my second baby (Mikayla is 19 months old) I am having this baby at Swan Districts hospital with my edd 20th October, let me know if I can help with your final studies. Pm on here or email email@example.com
29-08-2013 17:54 #3
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