By Jacqui Williams Senior Midwifery Advisor (Education) at the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) on 15 November 2021
Senior Midwifery Advisor at the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), Jacqui Williams shares what mentorship means to her and her current experience working as a mentor on the new mentoring schemes for Black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues. ...
By Dian Bates Obesity / Diabetes Midwife North Middlesex hospital on 02 November 2021
Numerous reports over the last few decades highlight disparities experienced by midwives of Black and Asian descent, in comparison to their white counterparts. Midwives from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are more likely ...
By Julie Griffiths on 25 May 2018
In this series showcasing UK midwifery professors Susan Crowther describes her unusual route to professorship, and Julie Jomeen explains how undertaking a small study took her career on a new path.
By Julie Griffiths on 07 March 2018
Continuing the series highlighting UK midwifery professors, Billie Hunter explains how she was encouraged by others to aim higher in her career, and Tracy Humphrey describes why she still sees herself as a midwife first and foremost.
By Julie Griffiths on 24 November 2017
In a new series highlighting UK professors of midwifery, Jayne Marshall explains how research is not the only route to a professorship, and Helen Cheyne reflects on her own unexpected career path.