Two down, one to go – my midwifery journey so far

Midwifery student, Satveer, is currently preparing to enter her third and final year at The University of Manchester. The three-year course is highly commended by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and aims to develop students into highly employable, first-class midwives. Below, Satveer gives us an honest account of how she’s found the first two years on … More Two down, one to go – my midwifery journey so far

Ailsa Gaskill-Jones – Midwife turned Mayor

Securing two undergraduate degrees is something that is considered a fairly rare achievement in academia, especially in two courses that are the polar opposite of one and other. Ailsa Gaskill-Jones first graduated from The University of Manchester in 1996 in American History and Society before returning 15 years later to study Midwifery. Find out below … More Ailsa Gaskill-Jones – Midwife turned Mayor

An alternative way of using a midwifery degree

The MClin Res Clinical Research course at Manchester is for qualified nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and all other non-medical and dental healthcare professionals who have an interest in clinical research. It offers students who graduate in the aforementioned degrees an alternative career path to the one in which their degree sends them.  Midwifery graduate, … More An alternative way of using a midwifery degree

Samantha’s Story: A Midwife’s Tale

Samantha Emery is a Rotational Midwife. Alongside this role, she is completing her Masters in Clinical Research here at The University of Manchester and works part time as a Research Midwife. In this piece, she gives an honest, heartfelt and extremely helpful insight into what it’s like studying and working as a midwife… I started … More Samantha’s Story: A Midwife’s Tale