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Midwifery

Midwives play an important role in one of life's most extraordinary events: Birth

This programme offers no modules in English.

Our full degree programme at bachelor level is taught in Danish. If you are fluent in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, you may study our full degree programme (see our Danish website).

Practice placement

For Practice Placement, please contact our International Coordinator.

About the programme

Midwives receive newborns into the world while offering care and support for people undergoing the glorious experience of becoming parents.
Midwives also work with the entire scope of reproductive health, offer advice on cohabitation and contraception, diagnose pregnancy, and support, advise, treat and care for the pregnant woman and her partner throughout the process. Midwives additionally work with fertility treatments, obstetric scans and health promotion.

Midwives independently carry out natural, spontaneous childbirths, either in hospitals or in the home of the families. If complications arise, the midwife cooperates with a doctor. After the birth, the midwife cares for the new family.

Sometimes parents lose a child. In such cases, it is key that the midwife possesses empathy and vigour, to be able to support the family professionally through this difficult time in their lives.

Contact

International coordinator: Linda Dahl Skjoldborg Lindahl LISK@kp.dk