Postgraduate Midwifery Clinical Placements
- Graduate Nurse Program
- Graduate Midwife Program
- Graduate Nurse and Graduate Midwife Combined Program
- Aboriginal Graduate Nurse and Midwife Programs
- Postgraduate Midwifery Program
- Postgraduate Midwifery Clinical Placements
- Postgraduate Neonatal Education
- Graduate Certificate in Nursing Practice - Emergency Nursing
- Midwifery Refresher Program
- Enrolled Nurse Transition to Practice Programs
The Women’s provides clinical placements for Registered Nurses completing postgraduate midwifery studies in order to qualify and practice as a midwife.
Our postgraduate midwifery students are a valuable part of our team and our clinical placement rotations cover a diverse range of midwifery practice. Our highly experienced Clinical Support Midwives (CSMs) will work with you to support your learning journey through orientation, direct clinical support, clinical tutorials and regular debriefing sessions.
All midwifery placements at the Women’s are supernumerary. (Supernumerary means that you will be rostered in addition to the registered Midwives in the clinical areas in order to maximise your clinical experience and meet your clinical objectives.)
All midwifery clinical placements at the Women’s are unpaid. Students are rostered a minimum of three days a week in order to complete their clinical requirements.
The Women’s works in partnership with La Trobe University to provide midwifery clinical placements for its Graduate Diploma in Midwifery program each year. Further information about the Graduate Diploma in Midwifery studies can be found on the La Trobe University website.
Postgraduate midwifery clinical placements 2020
Applications for the 2020 program are now closed and all placements have been allocated.
Applications for post graduate midwifery clinical placements 2021
Applications will be open from 1st June 2020 and will close on 19th August, 2020.
Applications can be made from the Women's Careers page; simply click on the button to view the current job vacancies. Applications will be open from 1st June 2020.
Interviews for the 2021 program will be via telephone or video platform (WEBEX). Interviews will take place in mid to late September 2020 and shortlisted candidates will be contacted to arrange these interviews.