Course Facilitator
Enhanced Maternal Care
& Childbirth Emergencies
in the Community

Sharon Hadley

Midwife & Lecturer – Birmingham City University

Sharon qualified in 2002 where until 2014 she gained midwifery experience in the acute and community settings, working in both the high risk labour ward and as a Community Midwife rotating into standalone midwifery led unit. From May 2014 to August 2017 a career change led Sharon into higher education where she lectured in midwifery at Birmingham City University. The role involved teaching theory on various subjects such as normality and complex midwifery, also leading on skills and simulation including inter-professional teaching with paramedic students and student midwives. As part of this the university participated with major skills simulation which led to Sharon undertaking training on the ALSO course, and teaching and assessing using PROMPT.

Sharon has undertaken training including HDU, NLS, ILS, CTG Masterclass and Maternal Critical Care. She subsequently developed a faculty to improve human factors training from a multidisciplinary perspective in her last hospital. As well as a keen interest in training in emergency situations, Sharon has vast experience in low risk midwifery led care.

Her last role was Lead Midwife for Normality at Walsall Manor where the c-section rates were higher than the national average. Sharon is passionate about working with all women to ensure that care is evidenced based, safe and individualised to ensure a positive experience of pregnancy and birth.

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