Hannah is a recently qualified midwife, joining the midwifery profession in September 2019, and has been invited to join the judging panel this year after being awarded the Nursing Times Student Midwife of the Year in 2019.
Prior to her midwifery training, Hannah worked in private health care supporting people with disabilities. She has combined her interest in these two areas to conduct research at an undergraduate level, the findings of which were disseminated at a national midwifery conference. This led to the development of a teaching session aimed at undergraduate midwifery students on the subject of Women/Birthing People with Learning Disabilities in Maternity Services. Its pilot session was well-received so she hopes to continue this later in the year at further venues.
She also has a keen interest in supporting women/birthing people with diabetes. To further her knowledge, she has commenced an MSc in Diabetes Care, with a hope to work collaboratively to improve service provision and outcomes in this area as her career progresses.
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