Hear from Hannah as she answers five questions as a midwifery student.
Find out what a day (or night) shift is like on midwifery clinical placement.
Hear from Health student ambassadors Lara and Maiki, who share their top 4 reasons that fellow Health students need U:PASS.
Professor Kathleen Baird from the School of Nursing and Midwifery joins us on the blog as we celebrate the International Day of the Midwife. She talks about what this year’s theme means to her, the future of midwifery and offers some advice to current and future midwifery students.
Now that I’ve finished up my final year at UTS, here are my five tips for making the most out of your time here.
As U:PASS is offered in first year, it’s a great way to be reassured that everyone is a little bit scared! The U:PASS leader is a student just like you, so there’s no intimidation in the classroom.
Starting university can seem daunting and really scary, but once you settle in, get to know some people and get stuck into your course you’ll see just how fun it really is.
As a midwifery student at UTS you are part of a small cohort of around 60 students. I love that we all get to know one another as these fellow students become an invaluable source of support.
Written by Hannah Kelly, UTS Bachelor of Midwifery student 1. What made you want to become a midwife? There are so many things that pushed me towards wanting to be a midwife, but ultimately, I loved the idea of being able to provide support to women through a turning point in their lives! Having theContinue reading “5 questions about studying midwifery… with Hannah!”
Written by Taylah Collins, UTS Bachelor of Midwifery student 1. What inspired you to study midwifery? I always knew I wanted to work in the medical field, however I wasn’t sure in exactly what capacity this would be. After finishing high school I began working whilst I took some time to investigate different pathways toContinue reading “5 questions about studying midwifery… with Taylah!”