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  • Giving birth in India

    My husband and I moved to Kerala, India just over one year ago. We are now expecting our first child in July. We are both from the US, but will not be going back for the birth. Both my husband’s mother and my own have had multiple home births with no complications. I have always wanted a home birth...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by DaniellePalmer on 03-06-2014
  • Midwife looking to live and work overseas

    Hello! I am a midwife from Canada and my partner and I are researching opportunities to live and work overseas for 1-2 years starting Sept 2012. He is a teacher and is hoping to get a job at an international school. Our travel plans are wide open right now in terms of where we go. Ideally I would like...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by christinesandor on 11-28-2011
  • 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
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