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  • Hello From Australia

    Hello Everyone :) I was registered here a long time back, but seem to have lost my way! I'm Rachael, from Central Queensland and over the last 4 years have been practicing homebirth midwifery. We have seen some pretty significant changes over the last year, which will see me finish my very small...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Dinah on 02-08-2011
  • 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
  • Australian midwifery programs

    Hello, I'm an American currently visiting Melbourne with my boyfriend (an Australian citizen). I was planning to study midwifery in the US, but now I'm considering staying in Australia. Can anyone recommend a good program--i.e., one that emphasizes natural birth and holistic midwifery and/or...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Jenni on 08-06-2009
  • big changes in Australia

    G'day! I haven't visited this forum for a while - have been busy 'on the job'. Midwifery Today readers will be aware of the severe restrictions that women who want homebirth or midwife led care face in Australia, with funding monopolies supporting medical care. A couple of weeks ago the...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Joy Johnston on 05-22-2009
  • Re: Australia

    [quote user="Jenni"] Joy, Do you know if direct-entry/non-nurse midwives trained in the US can become registered midwives in Australia? Does one need a Bachelor's degree in Midwifery? [/quote] HI Jenni I'm not sure of the detail, but there are overseas educated direct entry midwives...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Joy Johnston on 02-25-2009
  • Re: Australia

    Joy, Do you know if direct-entry/non-nurse midwives trained in the US can become registered midwives in Australia? Does one need a Bachelor's degree in Midwifery?
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Jenni on 02-24-2009
  • Re: Australia

    Yay, Joy! Great to have you here. Thanks for the links for keeping up with the political shenanigans in Australia. Gloria
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by GloriaLemay on 02-21-2009
  • Re: Australia

    Hello, I'm American and live in the US, but I may very well be moving to Australia in a few years. My boyfriend is from Melbourne and is here on a work visa. majikfaerie, I see you're a lay midwife. Are you able to practice legally?
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Jenni on 02-09-2009
  • Australia

    Just to start things off here :) I live in Australia now; I moved here 20 months ago, and I love it :D Any other Australian folk on this board? Jump in and say hi! i'd love to have a thread where we can share practicalities of midwifery specific to Australia.
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by majikfaerie on 02-04-2009
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