A pilot student-led antenatal classes project was developed in partnership with undergraduate midwifery students. The practice-based project was held at a local hospital, where students developed and facilitated programmes of antenatal education for the local community. The project improved the opportunity for lecturers to engage with students in the practice environment. Students valued being able to focus on normal midwifery in year two of the degree programme, by developing and leading antenatal classes. This paper is focused on the development of the project.
- Midwifery, Education, Problem-based Learning