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Rosalind Weston

Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: Rosalind.weston@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542448

Qualifications

Registered Midwife
Postgraduate Graduate Certificate In Learning and Teaching (H.E), Canterbury Christchurch University, 2008
NMC Lecturer /Practice Educator, Canterbury Christ Church University, 2008
Masters in Midwifery (Distinction), Glasgow Caledonian University, 2007
BSc (Hons) Midwifery (1st Class), Staffordshire University, 2000

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Year three module lead

September cohort progression lead

Contribute to Paramedics, Physician Associate, Social Work and Masters in Public Health programmes. 

Undertaking a Doctorate in Education with the Open University: ‘Midwifery students views and experiences of  storytelling as a means for learning’

2016 Iolanthe Midwifery Award winner and Anne Stuart Award

 

Professional experience

Professional experience

Ros has worked in England, Wales and Scotland as a midwife, predominantly in remote and rural practice. She was an independent midwife for 12 years.  She have a particular interest in home births, water births and birth centres.

Ros moved into Higher Education 10 years ago. She has a special interest in storytelling and use this frequently in her teaching. She enjoys teaching skills and simulation, along with preparing students to be competent, compassionate practitioners.

Publications

Publications

Weston, R (2012) Telling stories, hearing stories; The value to midwifery students, Part 2 British Journal of Midwifery, Vol 20 No 1 pp. 41-49

Weston, R (2011) Midwifery Students significant birth stories: telling the drama, Part 1 British Journal of Midwifery, Vol 19 no 12 pp. 729-736

Weston, R. (2011) Book review:  Contemporary Issues in Breastfeeding Practice and Policy. Dalzell, J. Rogerson, E. Martindale, L. (Eds) Radcliffe Publishing. Oxford, in City Health Journal, Birmingham City University Vol 2 (1) p.16

Weston R (2010) Networking for Health Education Conference report Centre for Health and Social Care Research Newsletter, November 2010  p.9

Weston, R. (2004) ‘When Birth goes wrong.’ In Wickham, S. (Ed) (2004). ‘Midwifery – Best Practice.’ Vol.2 Hale, Books for Midwives.

Weston, R. (2004) ‘Normal Childbirth: The Midwife Practitioner’s View’. In Wickham, S. (Ed) (2004). ‘Midwifery – Best Practice,’ Vol.2 Hale, Books for Midwives.

Weston, R. (2001) ‘The influence of birth stories from friends and family members on primigravid women,’ MIDIRS Midwifery Digest (11) pp. 495-501.

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities