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Kimberley Morris is a Senior Lecturer in Midwifery at the University of Northampton. She teaches on the BSc (Hons) Midwifery programme throughout all years and modules.  She works within the midwifery admissions team as an admission tutor and in addition is the research lead for the undergraduate programme.

She is the module leader for the level 5 Research in midwifery module. The purpose of this module is to enhance students’ academic skills through critiquing local, national and/or international evidence surrounding socio-cultural issues relevant to professional midwifery care within the context of research. With a focus on advocacy for women, newborns and the wider family, students undertaking this module are supported to develop a proposal for research.

Kimberley is also a dissertation supervisor for Master’s students undertaking Level 7 study at the University of Northampton.

Research Interests

Kimberley explored 'Student Midwives experiences of caring for service users choosing to birth outside the guidelines for her MSc completed in 2020. 


Education/Academic qualification

Master, Advanced Midwifery

Award Date: 18 Jun 2020

Bachelor, Midwifery , Anglia Ruskin University

Award Date: 1 Mar 2013


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