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Judith Davies

Principle Lecturer: Principle Lead for Collaborative Provision

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: judith.davies@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 85 5384

I have worked in the University for a number of years and been involved with primarily programmes leading to professional registration. I am a midwife by background, but this role involves my working closely with the Associate Head of Institute, Head of Quality and Student Experience. I support the key organisations who have partnership agreements with the University. The role is fundamental to quality assurance and enhancement.

Qualifications

MSc Nursing/Midwifery
BSc Hons Midwifery
PG Cert
Advanced Diploma in Midwifery
Registered Midwife
NMC Registered

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Teaching Interests
Reflective Practice
Ethics related to Caring and Practice
Evidence-based practice
Therapeutic Relationships and potential impact on caring
Developing Critical Thinkers
Enhancing Quality
Working with Partner Organisations

Research Interests

Non-Nutritive sucking in term and pre-term babies; BSc Dissertation
Phenomenological exploration of student midwives experiences on performing vaginal examinations on women in labour; MSc Dissertation

Professional Interests

Reflective Midwifery Practice
Ethics related to Midwifery Care and Practice
Evidence-based Midwifery Practice
The Midwife-Mother relationship and its potential impact on midwifery care
Professional Lead for Midwifery Education
Emotional Intelligence in Leading and Managing People
Developing critical thinkers

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

Fellow of HEA

 

Publications

Publications

Davies, J (2011) Nursing and Health Survival Guide: Evidence-based Practice. Harlow, Essex, Pearson UK (awaiting publication)

The Changing Faces of Nursing and Midwifery Countywide Nursing and Midwifery Conference, Three Counties Hotel, Hereford, Presenter, May 2006

 

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

External Examiner for the University of West of Scotland (Sept 11 current)