Celebrating our Salford Midwives
As we celebrate International Day of the Midwife (Wednesday 5 May), we want to take this opportunity to thank our midwives at the University of Salford. We are proud of the work that our midwives do every day and we thank them for their bravery, kindness and compassion throughout the pandemic.
Our Midwifery Community
Join us in acknowledging the dedication of our midwives at the University of Salford.
This year and every year we celebrate the achievements of our midwives,
both staff and students.
Read stories from our midwifery community below.
stories from our community
What it means to be a student midwife at Salford
We asked our students to tell us what midwifery at Salford means to them. See what they had to say below.
Midwifery at the University of Salford
“What a Privilege it is to be Deputy Director in Nursing and Midwifery in
the School of Health and Society. I am so proud to be part of a
passionate, innovative and inspiring team of academics who work
tirelessly to improve the student experience. It has also been a humbling
experience watching our Nursing and Midwifery students rise to the
challenges presented to them over the last 12 months. Nursing and
Midwifery students and staff both nationally and internationally deserve
to be recognised and their endeavours celebrated in this international
year of the Nurse and Midwife.”
Deputy Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Dawn Hennefer
The largest healthcare education provider in the North West.
The University of Salford is the largest provider of health care education in the North West. The School of Health & Society are a forward-thinking school with a commitment to lifelong learning and real-world impact. Expert teaching staff, strong industry links and excellent facilities equip students with the knowledge and experiences to advance their research or career.
If you’d like to join the team, check out our midwifery courses below.