here comes my community placement for this year.
The last placement will last 4 weeks and will be general nursing (I'm not longing for it at all).
The placement in community midwifery was a very good experience and made me notice the different athmosphere of working outside the hospital setting.
In Dublin the D.O.M.I.N.O. service allows low risk women in certain areas to have a early transfer home and daily postnatal visits shared between community midwives and public health nurses.
The day passes really fast between home postnatal visits and clinical antenatal ppointments, the midwives have their own schedule every day and they move with their cars to reach the different places.
The main duties of the day are:
What I suggest students to do:
Gloria Coccoli, midwifery student in Dublin, but born in love with life in the land of sun, Sicily, in 1995
Mother of a baby with wings