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The implementation of a feedback tool for mothers that have participated in the Continuity of Care journey with midwifery students at Central Queensland University
journal contributionposted on 06.04.2020, 00:00 authored by Tanya CapperTanya Capper
Abstract: Central Queensland University (CQU) offer a Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) course to Registered Nurses that wish to become Registered Midwives. The program is offered full time over 18 months and spans four terms. Students are required to complete a theoretical component which is delivered online, attend three face to face residential schools, complete 896 hours of clinical practice, and in addition to this, recruit and follow ten women through pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. Students must spend at least ten hours with each woman which equates to a further minimum of 100 clinical hours spent with Continuity of Care (CoC) women.