05 19

How to write a midwifery statement

how to write a midwifery statement Before you start writing, make bullet points of everything you want to include and order them in terms of importance

  • Show passion
  • Show you understand the reality of the role. For example, 24-hour care / on call / shifts
  • Start writing early. Give yourself plenty of time to read, edit and check - and then, check again!
  • Write it in a Word document and then copy and paste it into UCAS when ready
  • Focus on your field of choice, whether it's adult, child, mental health, learning disability nursing or midwifery
  • Explain your choice. What is your inspiration to be a nurse in that field or a midwife?
  • Tell us what qualities you bring to the course
  • Think about what values and qualities you need to be a good nurse or midwife.
  • Comments

    1. Zamaviyivez

      It"s kind of scary how true this statement is.

    2. Pugoyexosa

      How many people do you think you can truly count on ? is this statement true Just because you r family, it does not mean they have ur back

    3. Yeyolegeqaqomi

      Answering you BS claims. You made a statement that I disagreed with. That"s how I got here.

    4. Gogejisugiboj

      Or Black Lightning telling Mr. Terrific how he chose his name as a political statement about the lack of black superheroes during his youth:

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