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I trained as a midwife in Sheffield, following a career as a landscape architect. I qualified in 2005 and worked as a community and hospital midwife in Sheffield until 2019. I’ve been a midwifery lecturer since 2010, at Sheffield Hallam and Leeds Universities, prior to coming to Northumbria in 2017, and my teaching interests primarily relate to postnatal care, infant feeding and care of the neonate; also research methods. My PhD, completed in 2015, examined women’s perceptions of delayed access to antenatal care (‘late booking’). My current research interests focus on women’s perceptions about the care they receive during pregnancy and how this influences longer term health behaviours, particularly in relation to gestational diabetes.

Education/Academic qualification

Health, PhD, University of Sheffield

Award Date: 1 Oct 2015


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