Midwifery

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Labor and Maternity units in developing countries are often large and busy, with staff shortages and high patient loads. Midwifery students quickly become involved in deliveries and patient care, sometimes immediately. As hospitals are also under-funded, labs and medical equipment are often in short supply. Your midwifery manual skills will be more important than ever.

The role of a midwife in a number of our destination countries tends to span a number of different areas of specialty, and you are likely to find yourself working in the delivery room, in neonatal intensive care, and in the obstetrics and gynaecology department, as well as with new mothers and fathers.