Midwifery

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What is means to be a Midwife?

Midwives are the lead health professional for women during all stages of pregnancy, labour and the early postnatal period and provide information, advocacy, support and encouragement for the women they care for. They can work in both a community setting and a hospital setting. They work closely with other health and social care professionals.

Eligibility for Interview

To be eligible for interview a Midwife you must hold a Midwifery registration in your country of practice. We are interviewing both newly qualified and experienced midwives, as we are offering a 12 months preceptorship programme as part of our commitment to your training in the UK. Midwives who have experience and are not newly qualified must have experience within the labour room.

Skills needed for this speciality:

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Teamwork
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Flexible
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Communication
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Fast Thinking

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    Please attach your CV and Passport registration:

    If you also have any of the following please attach:
    - English test
    - CBT (for NMC candidates)
    - OET score or Academic IELTs score
    - HCPC registration (for AHPs)
    - GPhC registration (for pharmacists)
    Please note these are not a requirement to apply