My name is Kathryn and I'm a first year midwifery student. As part of the course we are required to follow 10 pregnant women on their journey. You must be 35 weeks or less and we are required to attend 4 antenatal appointments, the birth and 2 postnatal. For more info please message me on 0488 044 632.
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17-06-2016 20:23 #1Junior Member
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Student midwife Perth
18-06-2016 09:38 #2Senior Member
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Hi Kathryn, where abouts are you located? And is there any limits on the type of care it's under?
I'm slightly considered high risk I think so I will be attending KEMH but I am located in Mandurah and may possible be giving birth there.
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