Course Leader and Lecturer in Midwifery
- School of Nursing, Midwifery and Public Health
Rachel is course lead for the BSC Midwifery Long Course and has worked as a midwifery lecturer at the University of Suffolk since 2021. She trained as a midwife at Anglia Ruskin University and qualified in 2019, before commencing employment as a rotational midwife at the Rosie Maternity Hospital, Cambridge. In 2020 Rachel began her MPH (Master of Public Health) with Kings College London and completed this in 2022. Rachel has worked as a rotational midwife and as the fetal surveillance midwife at the Rosie Maternity Hospital, before joining the lecturing team at University of Suffolk, although continues to work clinical shifts.
Rachel has recently started working as a lecturer within the university and will be teaching in areas relating to high-risk care. She also has an interest in public health and will be assisting in some teaching relating to this. In her role as the Fetal Surveillance Rachel also supporting in CTG training at the Rosie and supports staff with their annual updates.
Rachel is currently working on her MSc Public Health Dissertation
Rachel continues to work in practice and works closely with other trusts in her clinical capacity. She liaises with education and practice colleagues in partner NHS trusts in the region.
Rachel is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.