Mrs Lindsay Hobbs
|Position||Midwife Lecturer, Supervisor of Midwives|
|Department||School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery|
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Research Interests (key words only)
Interprofessional collaboration; culture of midwifery; midwifery regulation; resilience
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
- Lecturer undergraduate BSc midwifery modules
- Mandatory Training modules level 4-6 ‘Manual Handling’ and ‘Basic Life Support’
- Module leader level 5 ‘Society, Health and Well-being 2’
- Link Lecturer labour ward, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
- Admissions tutor
- Health and Safety panel
- DBS panel
Midwife Lecturer, Supervisor of Midwives and qualified hypnobirthing teacher.
I have been a midwife since January 1990 and have a strong philosophy of woman centred care. Prior to that I was a nurse and specialised in Burns and Plastics surgery. I have experienced a varied career as a midwife in hospital, community and education settings and enjoy facilitating learning in future midwives through problem based learning, creative arts and social media.
I have led in projects including peer support breastfeeding training, teenage pregnancy peer support, use of the AUDIT C in antenatal bookings and caseload midwifery. My interests include interprofessional collaboration, the culture of midwifery, midwifery regulation and student midwife and midwife resilience.
- 2011 ‘Preparation of Supervisors of Midwives’ (level 7) Leeds University
- 2011 Post Graduate Certificate in Education Huddersfield University
- 1996 ‘BA Midwifery Studies’ De Montfort University
- 1995 ‘Diploma in Professional Studies in Midwifery’ De Montfort University
- 1990 ‘Registered Midwife’ Charles Frears College of Nursing and Midwifery
- Midwife lecturer, University of Bradford, 2014- present
- Supervisor of Midwives, 2012- present
- Midwife, Airedale NHS Trust, 2006-2014
- Lecturer / practitioner, University of Leeds, 2011-2012
- Collaborative work ‘21stcenturymidwife’ raising the profile of midwifery regulation changes
- Collaborative project ‘Knit a Midwife’ campaign to raise the profile and explore midwives’ and student midwives’ perceptions and feelings of the shortage of midwives in the UK
Supervisor of Midwives, LSA North (North Cumbria, North East of England and Yorkshire and the Humber).
Bradford/Wharfedale/Craven Maternity Partnership.