26 April 2024 | JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel
An experienced midwifery academic with a credible track record of midwifery practice and teaching.
Her interests are numerous but have particular interest in pregnancy and early foetal loss; domestic violence; social and cultural issues associated with childbearing in the African-Caribbean population; mentoring; coaching and healthcare management.
Maurina also has training and experience in employment mediation and holds a Medical Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
Maurina has a range of voluntary sector work experience including Fernandez Hospital in Hyderabad, India and raising awareness of the Management of Obstetric Emergencies, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and Health Promotion in Ghana.
Currently a Consultant Midwifery Advisor, Action Learning Set facilitator and Vice President - CNMA(UK)
Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Open University Health, Nursing and Social Work.
A mentor working with Madrinha Trust, which is a small charity hoping to make a big difference, whose objective is the relief of poverty, globally, through the advancement of education.