A final-year Midwifery student has achieved a University first after being shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
Mum-of-two Lorna Randall who swopped a profit-driven career to become an NHS midwife is hoping to make childbirth a better experience for women with mental health conditions.
An Edge Hill midwifery student was one of just four finalists for the Student Midwife of the Year 2017 award from the Royal College of Midwives.
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Two Edge Hill University students recently took part in an event which celebrated the founder of modern nursing and a true icon of the healthcare profession. Midwifery student Grace Williams and Adult Nursing student Bethany McGill were nominated by their peers to attend the annual Students’ Day which is organised by the Florence Nightingale Foundation. […]
Midwifery students in Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Health and Social Care recently formed a new society with the aim of bringing a range of benefits to those who join. The Midwifery Society, which was launched on the International Day of the Midwife, was established by BSc (Hons) Midwifery student Carly McNally whose inspiration came […]
Edge Hill University’s Midwifery Department has successfully achieved Baby Friendly Initiative University Accreditation from UNICEF – the world’s leading organisation for children in over 190 countries.
It was a record delivery when all 21 midwives from the same cohort at Edge Hill University graduated with first class honours degrees.
The head of midwifery at Edge Hill University has been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.