My Midwives Melbourne works in partnership with the Australian Catholic University department of Health Sciences. Select students studying the Bachelor of Midwifery undertake a year-long clinical placement at My Midwives Melbourne and work under the supervision and guidance of our experienced midwives.
"The Bachelor of Midwifery is for those who want to become registered midwives and work in maternity settings such as hospitals, birth centres and other community agencies. The midwifery course will teach students how to: manage normal pregnancy and childbirth, provide effective postnatal, maternal and newborn care to women and their newborn infant, provide safe and reliable care that meets the individual psychological, emotional, physical, social and spiritual needs of women.”
- Australian Catholic University, 2017.
Hannah is a second year Bachelor of Midwifery student studying at the Australian Catholic University.
Even though she is still new to the midwifery world she already feels a passion for the Continuity of Care model. Hannah strongly believes that this method of practice has a positive impact on the experience and outcomes of pregnancy, labour, and birth. Although it is early days in her studies, she aspires to be a midwife that can advocate for all women in the maternity system and help them feel empowered and informed in their decision making.
Hannahs other passions outside of midwifery are dancing, hula hooping, and being outdoors.
Jess is a third year Bachelor of Midwifery student studying at Australian Catholic University.
Jess has been hanging around the 'birth world' in various capacities since the birth of her first baby. This event opened her eyes to all the awe and wonder of birth. She has two children and is proud to be close to the end of her degree after many years of study. She is passionate about parent education and ensuring that people are able to make informed decisions about their choices.
Jess is passionate about her local community and also loves to travel.