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I've been so privileged to work alongside such passionate mentors in practice and such amazing role models at university, and it's with the help of these amazing teachers that I've come so far
- Sophie, BSc (Hons) Midwifery  
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5 May 2017

As this is my first blog I found it difficult thinking about where and how to start. So, I decided to start off with the difference between social policy and social work - and why I think social policy is important. Read more…

2 May 2017

Ever watched One Born Every Minute? Think midwifery is about drinking tea and cuddling babies? Think again! (But it's still the best career in the world...) Read more…

27 April 2017

I chose to study midwifery as I wanted the opportunity to make a difference to women’s lives and their families, by combining the exceptional care I would learn at ARU with my passion for caring for others. Read more…

20 March 2015

Not only have I just found out that I have passed my last ever midwifery exam but I have also just had some excellent news! (more about this later). Read more…

9 March 2015

No matter how passionate you are about your course, when it comes to writing assignments it can be slightly challenging, which I’ve discovered recently. Read more…

5 March 2015

My last placement was on a midwife-led care unit which was my best placement so far; the unit allows women that have had a low-risk pregnancy a normal physiological birth in a calm and homely atmosphere. Read more…

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