Hi. I am a 1st year midwifery student studying through Notre Dame. As part of our degree we have to follow 10 pregnant women who are 35 weeks or less throughout their pregnancy. We must attend 4 antenatal appointments, the birth and 4 postnatal appointments. The idea behind is for us to learn and you to experience continuity of care by having a familiar face around. I am also a registered nurse.
I'm currently seeking 2 ladies due in either October or November.
If you would like a brochure you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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