Staff profiles

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  • Rebecca Leaman

    Assistant Lecturer / Registered Midwife

    Starting out as a Maternity support worker (MSW) 17 years ago progressing to a Registered midwife in 2011. Starting as an Assistant Lecturer on the FdSc Health & Social Care | Cert HE Senior Healthcare Support Worker programme in 2022. As a registered Midwife mentoring students and maternity support workers. Completing the MSW...

  • Professor Trixie McAree

    Professor of Midwifery and Maternal Health

    Trixie is a dual registered midwife and nurse with over 30 years’ experience both in the UK and abroad. She started her career as a staff nurse in Accident and Emergency, then undertook aid and development projects in Angola and Kazakhstan for several years before returning to the UK.  Trixie  has held posts that include...

  • Samantha Meegan

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

    Samantha is a senior midwifery lecturer within the Department of Midwifery and Child Health. She leads modules for student midwives focusing on developing skills within obstetric and neonatal emergency situations, and exploring contemporary issues within midwifery. She teaches on a wide range of modules across both midwifery...

  • Rachel Moule

    Senior Academic (Teaching and Learning)

    Rachel is the programme leader for the return to practice: midwifery course. She has herself previously undertaken a RTPM course. Rachel is supported by colleagues from midwifery and nursing. Close links are maintained with practice education teams in local NHS Trusts. Wider afield, links are strongly made and maintained with...

  • Elisa Perco

    Midwifery Lecturer

    Elisa’s clinical background covers different areas of midwifery, from working in hospital settings to community midwifery. She also worked as a midwife in a safeguarding role for NSPCC and in public health for the Family Nurse Partnership. Her clinical experience includes working as a midwife in Switzerland. 

  • Maggie Prain

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    Maggie began full time lecturing in 2003 and has been the programme director for the BSc (Hons)/Graduate Diploma in midwifery 20-month programme since 2006 -2013. She is now also the programme director for the Examination of the newborn programme Her teaching experience has been predominately within midwifery education across...

  • Novia Samuels

    Midwifery Lecturer

    Novia has experience in all areas of midwifery and has a specialist interest in enhance midwifery care.  She has worked in intrapartum care for over 13 years.  She has been a Core High Dependency Unit midwife in one of the UKs large maternity units for over 11 years on a delivery suite and caring for women with extremely...

  • Samuel Todd

    Assistant Lecturer in Midwifery

    Sam completed his degree in Midwifery at Birmingham City University in 2012. He subsequently worked as a Band 5 Midwife during a 12 month preceptorship programme at Birmingham Women’s Hospital which included rotations to the Birth Centre, Delivery Suite, Antenatal Ward and Postnatal Ward. From December 2013 Sam worked as a...

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