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    Default 3rd Year Midwifery Student Seeking Women for Case Study

    Hi all,

    As part of my Bachelor of Nursing/Midwifery, i am required to be follow women on their journey throughout their pregnancy. I am wondering if any women would be interested in helping a student midwife out. Located in Melbourne, Victoria

    I have currently completed two case studies, however I still need two more women to help me out.

    The case study involves me attending antenatal appointments with you, possibly being apart of your birthing experience and seeing you and your baby in the postnatal period.

    If you are 15+ weeks, then send me an email and I am happy to send some more information to you to inform you of the details

    ashleee.93@hotmail.com


    Ashlee
    Last edited by AshleeT; 13-06-2014 at 16:54.


 

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