Midwifery / Neonatal Lecturer
- Mary Seacole MS 3.40
- T: 0161 295 2521
- E: K.M.Holt@Salford.ac.uk
08.00am – 16.00pm
I was appointed in 2003 as a Lecturer of Midwifery. I have spent 32 years in clinical practice (neonatal care). My career has led me to fulfil many roles, such as Practice Placement Manager and Lecturer Practitioner.
I have been proactive in developing the following modules in response to service needs (reconfiguration of maternity services).
- Examination of the Newborn
- Emergency and Intensive Care of the Newborn
- Care of the Compromised Baby.
Neonatal facilitator – ( Level 4, 5 and 6 )
Examination of the Newborn ( ENB ) ( Level 6 and 7 )
Emergency and Intensive Care of the Newborn ( Level 6 )
Care of the Compromised Baby ( CCB ) ( Level 6 )
External Examiner for Birmingham ‘Examination of the Newborn’
I closely work in partnership with medical colleagues, such as facilitating the Newborn Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) National Conferences, in collaboration with the UK Screening Committee (medical, midwifery and nursing delegates attend). Also assessing midwives theoretical and clinical skills in the clinical area (across all sites in Greater Manchester and Isle of Man).
Examination of the Newborn
Qualifications and Memberships
MSc in Midwifery
Post Graduate Diploma in Midwifery
Certificate in Higher Education
BSc Midwifery Practice
Diploma in Professional Studies in Midwifery
Special and Intensive Care of the Newborn
Royal College of Midwives ( membership )
Gordon, M., Uppal, E., Holt, K., Mitchell, A. and Hollins-Martin, C. ( 2012 )
Application of the team objective structured clinical encounter
(TOSCE) for Continuing professional development amongst post graduate health professionals.
Journal of Interprofessional Care