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  • Re: Hello :)

    Thanks so much for that info, r8chele. :) I will definitely look into it. I am in Vic, so have only been looking in my state. I hadn't thought of interstate universities offering external programs...
  • Re: Becoming an IM in Australia

    Hi rojaza, yeah I am aware of what's going on atm... it truly is a dire situation. Despite all that, I guess I'm trying to retain some hope, and am looking into all my options.
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Dechen on 07-07-2010
  • Becoming an IM in Australia

    Any other Aussies out there?! I dearly wish to become an IM after I have finished my training, but I don't know how. It seems that most midwives are employed by hospitals first before they become IMs. Any tips or ideas?   Thanks
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Dechen on 07-01-2010
  • Hello :)

    Hi all! I'm an aspiring student midwife-to-be (applying for 2011 BMid) in Australia. I've just started volunter training in breastfeeding education, too. My passions lie particularly in the areas of homebirth, natural birth, breastfeeding, and attachment parenting. I hope to be a homebirth IM, eventually. I sincerely wish I could do an ...
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