Alison Higgs moved to southern Australia from New Zealand and finds the differences fascinating. She tells us, “Even though we are neighbours it is as if we are in different decades.” She was a self-employed midwife in New Zealand in remote rural areas for 16 years and is now employed in a very remote part of South Australia. She has worked in tertiary units and primary units thus developing a broad experience in midwifery.





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