A new suite of postgraduate programs aimed at reflecting the changing face of maternity service provision will be launched at Griffith next year.
A passion to provide care for people in developing countries is the fuel for study for Bachelor of Midwifery student Susan Xiong, 21.
Expectant mothers on the Gold Coast are benefitting with the launch of a Griffith University-led student midwives clinic.
For midwife Daniel Evans, receiving a prescriber number and a script pad with which to prescribe medication, is recognition of the important role the midwife plays in society.
Griffith's Bachelor of Midwifery Program has received a top accolade for its excellence in training midwives and its commitment to driving Australia's National Maternity Reform Agenda.
Most people would gulp at the idea of having nine children but for most of Caron Spurway’s life, children have been the focus, especially now she is also studying midwifery.
Studying the finer points of midwifery alongside raising four young children on her own has been par for the course for Katherine Pattie. Katherine is one of 23 Bachelor of Midwifery students set to graduate this Friday (December 7) from Griffith’s School of Nursing and Midwifery. But as a single mother with daughters now aged […]