Midwives and Pregnancy Nursing

Nurse-midwife training focuses on women's healthcare, especially pregnancy, birth, postpartum, new-born care, and gynaecology. Nurse midwife training promotes a non-interventional, individualized approach to normal pregnancy and birth, involving a certain amount of female education-an approach that often takes time.

Midwife is usually going to be:

  • Check the health, growth and position of your baby.
  • Advise or assist with hospital reservations and routine tests and inspections.
  • Give you guidance and care.
  • Help you get ready for labour and birth.

Through labour and birth, midwives will support you. They can:

  • Give emotional support, encouragement and information.
  • Monitor your growth and propose strategies to support your labour.
  • Monitor the heartbeat of the baby and other signs.
  • Offer pain relief or arrange to be given by a doctor.
  • If necessary, get extra medical help.


  • Track 1-1 Certified Midwife
  • Track 2-2 Certified Professional Midwife
  • Track 3-3 Traditional Midwife
  • Track 4-4 Certified Nurse Midwife
  • Track 5-5 Direct-Entry Midwives

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