Need more inspiration on becoming a possible male Midwife someday
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Posted over 5 years ago
I have very little information about Nursing in general and even less in the numerous branches Nursing professions can reach for.
However, I have heard recently from a classmate that there are only a few male midwives in New Zealand, there are currently about 10 male midwives in NZ in New Zealand, and much less are practising midwifery. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/11/story.cfm?c_id=11&ObjectID=10387149 , http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/nelsonmail/4394983a6510.html . I am interested in changing that minute figure of male midwife practitioners and considering joining the force, but first need some information on what they do, other than delievering the baby and caring for it which I already know of.
Aside from that topic: After reading you might have thought that I have mixed the terms Midwife and Nurse mixed up, but isn't a Midwife or Nurse the same as a Midwife Nurse? I got that word from this website.