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    Hi all,
    I am currently applying to University to become a student midwife and must submit a personal statement as part of my application. If you have a minute and don't mind taking a look, please can you let me know what you think. Constructive critism is most welcome.
    Thanks, Viki

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    Hi all,
    I am currently applying to University to become a student midwife and must submit a personal statement as part of my application. If you have a minute and don't mind taking a look, please can you let me know what you think. Constructive critism is most welcome.
    Thanks, Viki:wink2:

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    Thanks so much.

    My tattoos are, by my consideration, very not offensive. The visable ones are the words "carpe diem" in pretty writing around my wrist (could be covered with a watch) and the visible part of my 3/4 arm sleeve in very delicate oriental flowers and water and a scroll containing my son's name.

    Thanks you so much,

    Viki

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    Hello, there,

    My name is Viki and I am new to this forum. I am in the process of applying to become a midwife as it something I have wanted to do for a very long time but never had the opportunity to do.

    I know that I have the personal qualities to make a great midwife but I have tattoos. I am worried that this could affect my chances of getting a job once I finish my training. Most of my tattoos can be covered by scrubs but i have a 3/4 sleeve on one arm and a small piece on my other wrist that could only be covered by long sleeves.

    I would love to hear from other people with tattoos or people who know of nurses or midwives with tattoos to hopefully put my mind at rest.

    I know this is the career path that I want to follow so any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Viki



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