Lecturer, Directorate of Midwifery, Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Mary Seacole MS 3.49
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I joined the University of Salford in 1993 as a Lecturer / Practitioner of Midwifery. I became a full time lecturer in October 2011. I have spent 29 years in midwifery practice, team management and education. I have several years experience supporting students in practice placement. I also have experience in Safeguarding and managed the transfer of care for identified vulnerable women from Salford in the recent reconfiguration of maternity services.
My academic interests focus on midwifery practice, and I continue to teach at every level on undergraduate and taught postgraduate midwifery and leadership programmes. I supervise postgraduate students. I enjoy high and low tech skills simulation.
My professional background is in midwifery care and practice. The focus for my research interest is on preceptorship in midwifery and this was the subject of my Masters dissertation. I am also keen to investigate the use of skills simulation within the midwifery curriculum here at Salford.
Qualifications and Memberships
Registered General Nurse 1983
Registered Midwife 1986
B.A Healthcare Studies 1996
PGCHER – 2011
MSc Midwifery – 2012
Member - RCM
Article published BJM Sept 2011 – Preceptorship in Midwifery – Time for a change?
Due to submit draft of second article related to the results of a qualitative study of midwifery preceptorship.