She has a Bachelor's degree in midwifery education and a Master's degree in health care ethics. Janet has worked in midwifery education for 24 years and has also kept her clinical skills up to date to enable her to teach a number of different midwifery skills including managing obstetric emergencies.
For deliveries made by our delivery team, you will be given a time slot. Their range is entirely chemical free and breathable, ensuring all little ones get the best sleep from day one. I would like to put the cot next to my bed for easy access to my child at night From:
She believes that a midwife never stops learning and thereforeshe's recently developed an interest alongside clinical colleagues in Sheffield, in the skills needed to enable safe vaginal breech birth.
Having qualified in Linda Ball has worked in midwifery research and higher education for almost 20 years. She continues to feel privileged to be a midwife and still enjoy clinical midwifery practice!
Angela Walker has been in nursing and midwifery for 49 years and in midwifery education for almost 40 years, gaining a first degree in Education and a Master's degree in Education Management. SheI was a course leader at both pre and post registration and one of a team to develop and teach on the University's online Masters in Midwifery, launched in Special interests are contraception, women's health, and sexual health, legal and professional issues.
Latterly, co-course leader of the Nurse and Midwife Independent Prescribing Programme at the University of Sheffield and clinical nurse practitioner in Contraception and Sexual Health with a full range of advanced skills.
The spindles are round on the sides of the Travis cot bed also when it is in cot mode. For more family blog visit: Adrian Thickness of rails How thick are each of the rails on the sides of the cotbed?
Angela finally retired May Her background is in nursing and midwifery both in England and the Middle East and she worked in hospitals and the community. Sue's interest in infant feeding commenced in when she established the first Sheffield Infant feeding Initiative.
She has researched both breastfeeding and formula feeding and has a PhD which explored midwives experiences of breastfeeding. She has published widely on issues related to infant feeding and her work was used by the NICE Maternal and Child nutrition programme. Sarah Stables has been a practicing midwife since and for the last two years she has also been a Supervisor of Midwives.
During her time as a rotational clinical midwife, the main focus of her interest and enjoyment from midwifery has been to give care to women in labour. In she became the lead midwife of the award winning antenatal ward at Barnsley Hospital. Later in Sarah joined the midwifery team at Sheffield Hallam University and has become a senior lecturer in midwifery.
She continues to have the privilege of working clinically within the Barnsley Birthing Centre in which women continually amaze her with their strength and courage. In Sarah won the Royal College of Midwives award for innovation with the development of Wardbook which continues to evolve and develop with her role as a lecturer.
She has a special interest in social media and its positive uses within healthcare.
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