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Amanda Wain

Assistant Professor in Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

2019 - Present Assistant Professor in Midwifery - University of Nottingham

Registered Midwife

Deputy Lead for Undergraduate Midwifery Programmes

Division of Midwifery Practice Learning Lead

Course Lead - The Professional Midwifery Advocate MSc Module

Course Lead - Empowering Midwifery Practice CPD Module

Module Lead The Competent Student Midwife in Practice

2016 - 2019 Midwifery Teaching Associate - University of Nottingham

Fellow Higher Education Academy

NMC Accredited Teacher

Course Leader The Professional Midwifery Advocate Bridging Programme

External Examiner Cardiff University

Personal Tutor

Link Tutor Nottingham University Hospital, Bonnington and Lawrence Wards

Link Tutor Nottingham Community Midwifery Teams, Rushcliffe, West Bridgford

2016 -2018 Supervisor of Midwives University Hospitals Nottingham

2015 - 2016 Senior Lecturer in Midwifery (Secondment) - De Montfort University, Leicester

2014-2015 - Part-time Lecturer in Midwifery - De Montfort University, Leicester

2014 Appointed Supervisor of Midwives University Hospitals NHS Trust Leicester

2007- 2018 - Registered Midwife - University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Labour Ward Core Midwife

Supervisor of Midwives

Bereavement Midwife

Student Link Midwife

2004 - 2007 Student Midwife, De Montfort University, Leicester

Teaching Summary

Postgraduate Continued Professional Development

Course Leader The Professional Midwifery Advocate MSc and Bridging Programme

MSc Midwifery

Course Leader Using Evidence to Challenge Unecessary Medicalisation of Normal Childbirth

Course Leader Empowering Midwifery Practice

BSc (Hons) Midwifery

Module Lead The Competent Student Midwife in Practice

Recent Publications

  • AMANDA WAIN, 2019. The Use of Reflection in Midwifery Practice to Inform Clinical Decision-Making. In: Empowering Decision-Making in Midwifery: A Global Perspective 1. 77-86
  • AMANDA WAIN, SUE BRITT and BERNIE DIVALL, 2018. Development of the bridging programme for the role of the professional midwifery advocate to support quality improvement MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 28(3), 285-289
  • TODHUNTER. F, WAIN A and FOSTER. J, 2018. Providing a civic partnership opportunity for primary school children to explore maternity care and perinatal health through a social pedagogy MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 28(4), 433-437
  • 2017. Examining the lived experiences of newly qualified midwives during their preceptorship The British Journal of Midwifery. 25(7), 451-457

Past Research

BSc (Hons) Midwifery - First Class Degree with Honours

Dissertation - "Why is Teenage Pregnancy so Bad?"

Msc Midwifery Practice with Merit

Dissertation - A phenomenology study to examine the lived experiences of midwives during their preceptorship.

  • AMANDA WAIN, 2019. The Use of Reflection in Midwifery Practice to Inform Clinical Decision-Making. In: Empowering Decision-Making in Midwifery: A Global Perspective 1. 77-86
  • AMANDA WAIN, SUE BRITT and BERNIE DIVALL, 2018. Development of the bridging programme for the role of the professional midwifery advocate to support quality improvement MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 28(3), 285-289
  • TODHUNTER. F, WAIN A and FOSTER. J, 2018. Providing a civic partnership opportunity for primary school children to explore maternity care and perinatal health through a social pedagogy MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 28(4), 433-437
  • 2017. Examining the lived experiences of newly qualified midwives during their preceptorship The British Journal of Midwifery. 25(7), 451-457
  • 2017. Learning Through Reflection The British Journal of Midwfery. 25(10), 662-666

School of Health Sciences

B236, Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 95 15559
email: mhssupport@nottingham.ac.uk