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Becky Baker

Lecturer in Midwifery

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Becky Baker

E: B.Baker@uos.ac.uk
T: 01473 338641

Becky studied here at the University of Suffolk and graduated with a BSC (Hons) Midwifery in 2015.

Becky then went on to work as a rotational midwife providing all aspects of midwifery care for women in a local trust. She also completed a hypnobirthing practitioner course to provide antenatal education to women and their partners, as well as gained the NIPE qualification for performing the initial newborn screening examination.

Becky returned to the University of Suffolk in 2018 as an Associate Lecturer in Midwifery and has since progressed to a Lecturer in 2019. During this time, Becky has been completing a Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP), as well as an MSc in Advanced Midwifery Practice. Her research projects have been focused on looking at different aspects of student experience in education.

Publications

Baker, R. (2019) Taking hold of an opportunity to move into education. The Practising Midwife.

The Understanding Research Series comprises of 11 articles to be published bi-monthly until 2021 in The Practising Midwife. 

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2019) Understanding Research Series: 1 Philosophy in Midwifery, The Practising Midwife, 22, 6, 26-30

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2019) Understanding Research Series: 2 Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks and their application to midwifery knowledge and research, The Practising Midwife, 24, 6, 26-29

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2019) Understanding Research Series: 3 Quantitative and Qualitative paradigms, principles and sampling. The Practising Midwife.

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2020) Understanding Research 4. Qualitative research methodologies: nuances between narrative, grounded theory and phenomenology. The Practising Midwife, 23, 1, 27-31.

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2020) Understanding Research 5. Qualitative methodologies continued: exploring ethnography, case study, action research and the more generic qualitative approach. The Practising Midwife, 23, 3, 25-31.

Baker, B. and Chenery-Morris, S. (2020) Understanding Research 6. Quantitative methodologies: Explaining experimental methods and non-experimental design. The Practising Midwife, 23, 4, 25-29.