Moms-to-be needed to help teach nursing students

Help a UFV nursing student learn about pregnancy and childbirth from the patient’s perspective

If you’re a pregnant woman who will be having your baby between September and April, you’re in high demand by University of the Fraser Valley nursing students.

Mothers-to-be in the Fraser Valley are once again invited to help a UFV nursing student learn about pregnancy and childbirth from the patient’s perspective. Women having their babies at Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Surrey Memorial, Ridge Meadows, Peace Arch, Langley Memorial or Royal Columbian hospitals are eligible for this program.

Countless UFV nursing students have had the opportunity to shadow a pregnant woman through doctor visits, prenatal classes, labour and delivery, and the postnatal period through the moms-to-be program over the past 18 years.

For more information, or to volunteer, call UFV Health Sciences toll free at 1-888-504-7441.

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