Studying midwifery at USQ will give you the skills to work in partnership with women during their pregnancy and during and after the birth, help with breastfeeding and the care of the baby for the first six weeks of life. What could be more satisfying than contributing to the gift of life?
The Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) is accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) and designed for Registered Nurses who wish to become a registered midwife.
Combine 50% theory and 50% midwifery practice experience.
Combine online study with residential schools and over 1000 hours of midwifery practice experience with USQ’s partner organisations.
Midwife means to ‘be with woman’. Midwifery is a profession that fuses academic knowledge, clinical practice and personal qualities to provide skilled care for women in a variety of settings.
Midwives can work in hospitals, birth centres, in the community and independently. The role of the midwife encompasses the woman’s journey through pregnancy, labour and birth and into the postnatal period.