Workshop: Midwifery models of care - evidence, theories and implications for practice

Workshop ved Nicky Leap, Mid MSc RM Adjunct Professor of Midwifery, University of Technology Sydney, NSW, Australia.

10 Sep

Praktisk informasjon

  • Dato: 10. september 2019
  • Tid: kl. 10.00 - 13.00
  • Sted: Campus Vestfold, Rom D3-17

  • Påmeldingsfrist: 5. september 2019

Workshopen inngår i undervisningen for masterstudenter i jordmorfag, men er åpen for alle jordmødre.

Send en påmelding til innen 5. september dersom du ønsker å delta. Vi serverer kaffe og te, lunsj fås kjøpt på universitetet.

Kort engelsk presentasjon av professor Leap

Nicky is an Adjunct Professor of Midwifery at the University of Technology Sydney. For more than 35 years Nicky has had a variety of roles in midwifery practice, education and research in both the UK and Australia. She has published widely, particularly around the theory of ‘working with pain’ in labour. Nicky is well known for her work supporting the development of midwifery continuity of care models and group antenatal care in different settings. She is the co-author, with Billie Hunter, of The Midwife’s Tale: an oral history from handywoman to professional midwife (1993, republished 2013) and Supporting Women for Labour and Birth: A Thoughtful Guide (2016). Nicky is also co-editor of the recently published Midwifery Continuity of Care (2019). She divides her time between living in Bristol in the UK and the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia.