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Norwich courses for prospective midwives

PUBLISHED: 07:39 14 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:41 02 July 2010

Sarah Hall

The University of East Anglia will be running open sessions for adult nurses interested in becoming midwives.

The University of East Anglia will be running open sessions for adult nurses interested in becoming midwives.

The events, to be held in Norwich this month and the next, will give prospective midwives the chance to find out more about the university's Postgraduate Diploma Midwifery course.

The full-time salaried course will run its second intake in October, providing a shortened route for registered adult nurses to become midwives.

Open sessions will take place on Tuesday, April 20 and Wednesday, May 12 in the UEA's Edith Cavell Building on campus.

The course starts on Monday, October 25.

To find out more about the course, to request an information pack and application form, or book a place on one of the open sessions email foh.pgt@uea.ac.uk


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