Personally, I think this is interesting, but it's probably because I experienced fairly severe hemorrhaging after delivering my first daughter. I had no idea that was even possible or what it meant at the time, but I'm sure glad my nurses and midwife knew what to do! They prevented me from needing a hysterectomy. (Sorry if that's TMI for the thread.)
My point is that I'd include some relevant stories/scenarios of what can actually cause such hemorrhaging, what it can mean to the mother, and how to handle the situation for the best possible outcome. Feel free to contact me for more details about my story, but I'd think you can talk to a handful of medical personnel to get relevant details from the medical side and to come up with several good scenarios. I like Alicia's suggestions, too, which could all be woven in.
I keep reading about how IDs need to incorporate more emotional connection to their subject matter; this could be one way to do so. Besides, we all hope for medical personnel who will be caring and compassionate -- if you can help develop some of that through your training, all the better! Good luck!