Career questions tagged midwife
What do you think is the best way to become a nurse midwife ? Should I become a labor and delivery nurse and than go back to school and become a midwife ?
I’m a senior in high school, and need help with the best route to become a nurse midwife but i’m confused and overwhelmed about the process and what you think is the best practical way to get to my end goal.
I am wondering if I start off being a midwife, is there a way I can switch in middle to a nurse midwife? Also, how much years off school total is it to be a midwife, and a nurse midwife? What is the difference between them? Thanks!
I am in 10th grade, and I am interested in the field of labor and delivery. I find women to be amazing and I would love to be part of the process, to bring more babies into this world! I am interested in Biology and anatomy and physiology.
Hi I was wondering what the best path to become a nurse midwife would be? Also what's the difference between a nurse midwife and a regular midwife?
I'm 16 years old and I really want to become a midwife or a nurse midwife, but I don't know where to start. I'm in HOSA currently but it's not really helping. Any advice?
Are you a professional in the nurse midwife field?
Hello! My name is Tammy and I am a current high school student. I'm conducting an interview with any professional in the nurse midwife field for a Foundations in Health Science Class project about careers! I have created a total of 13 questions. Comment on this post, answering all 13 questions to be a part of my assignment. 1. Why did you choose this profession? 2. How many years of college did you go through? 3. What jobs did you work on before you landed your present professional job? 4. How can I decide if I should earn a PH.D. in this field? 5. Were you in a college program? 6. Did you have to pivot and go back to school at a later date? 7. Did you shadow another professional in the field? 8. Did you join any school clubs related to your current profession? 9. Was there a particular subject you struggled with during your school years? 10. What skill sets did you learn or gain while pursuing your career? 11. What do you enjoy most about your profession? 12. What do you find the most rewarding about working in healthcare? 13. How do you stay organized with your personal and professional life?
I have a birth doula certification and currently working on my highschool diploma. I'm trying to decide if pursuing a midwife career is right for me.
How did you go about becoming a nurse midwife? What were you doing before? What are the requirements to become a nurse midwife? What are different job options for nurse midwives?
What is the atmosphere working being a midwife?
I just want to know if the environment that midwives go through and experience everyday if it will best fit the pace of my work style and if my occupational traits will really align with this specific career within the health care field.
How much on average do Midwives make hourly? In bigger areas in Texas, Arizona and or Georgia?
I'm thinking of eventually relocating again and I wanted to get more insight on those specific 3 states and the average on which how much midwives make hourly. Just to weigh my options out and maybe where to consider more to relocating so that i can still live the lifestyle i want in the future.
What are the values of your company, are looking for in a person?
I'm looking into #nursing and #midwifery and I'd like to know what values a #nurse and #midwife must have, in order to have a #healthcare position and profession. #nursing #medical #neonatal #labor-and-delivery
How many years does it take to become a Certified Nurse Midwife?
My main question is how many years of schooling are required to become a Certified Nurse Midwife. I'm overwhelmed with all the research I've been doing about schooling and I just need straightforward answers. I want to do the least amount of schooling possible in order to become a CNM. I'm also curious what courses or classes I would have to take in college in order to reach my goal. #nursing #college #midwife
What major would i choose if i wanted to become a nurse midwife?
Although it's probably still early, i am a sophomore i am high school, i've been invited into a program that is basically setting me up in the top universities/colleges and i've been doing research. I'm still a bit confused on majors and stuff like that but just know the basics will help a lot! Thank you! #college #university #science #double-major #entrepreneurship #physics #nursing #midwife