Being a supportive, professional and adaptive midwife
Being prepared for both the joyous moments of bringing life into the world and the hardships that women can face inspired Nadirah to study post-graduate midwifery.
She was able to bring the professionalism and adaptability gained through placements as a Registered Nurse to the Graduate Diploma of Midwifery; an 18-month, full-time program which combines theory, research and professional practicum, embedded in a philosophy of ‘women-centred’ midwifery practice.
“I have been fortunate to practice in a range of clinical settings including private, public and rural. It has been a truly rewarding experience, and the support you receive from staff and colleagues makes the journey towards becoming a midwife an unforgettably incredible one,” Nadirah said.
“I will never forget my first delivery.”
“Notre Dame had already built the foundations for me as a successful Registered Nurse, and I believed that the University would be able to further provide continuity in my academia to direct and empower me towards excellence in midwifery.”
Find out more about Notre Dame's Graduate Diploma of Midwifery.