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Emma qualified as a midwife from Kingston University. During the final year of her training she undertook an internship with the Health Innovation Network as Patient Safety Researcher focusing on multi-disciplinary interventions to improve patient safety. After qualification she completed her preceptorship and worked as a rotational midwife in East Surrey and Manchester. More recently she has worked as a Community Midwife providing antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care as well as delivering antenatal classes.

Emma joined the University in July 2019 as a Graduate Tutor in the Midwifery team. Alongside teaching on the midwifery undergraduate programme, Emma is undertaking doctoral research on resilience and retention in newly qualified midwives.

Prior to becoming a midwife, Emma worked in research governance and management including roles within the National Research Ethics Service, R&D departments and in a Clinical Trials Unit.

Education/Academic qualification

Midwifery, BSc (Hons)

30 Oct 201531 Dec 2099

Award Date: 30 Oct 2015

Human Biology, BSc (Hons), King's College London

Award Date: 19 Jul 2002


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