I completed the 4 year Bachelor of Nursing degree programme at the University of Southampton, followed by position as a Staff Nurse (General Medicine) at Royal Surrey County Hospital (RSCH). I then undertook the midwifery short course at the European Institute for Health and Medical Sciences (EIHMS) at the University of Surrey in 1992-3. I have worked in a variety of roles at RSCH as a midwife and completed my MSc. in Advanced Midwifery Practice in 1996.
I completed the Post Graduate Certificate in the Education of Adults at University of Surrey with teaching practice at King's College London. Following completion of this I have worked as a Lecturer-Practitioner at King's College London. I have been a Midwifery Tutor at University of Surrey since January 2007 and continue as a Supervisor of Midwives at Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust.
I completed research for my Bachelor of Nursing degree on breast feeding and for an MSc on folic acid supplementation.
Lead Midwife for EducationDirector of Studies Pre-Registration MidwiferyDirector of Studies MSc Gynaecology EndoscopyModule leader for Perinatal Mental Health
Director of Studies for Pre-Registration Midwifery Programmes
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Davies L. (2006) Supervision in relation to the National Service Framework. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 16(4):470-2
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Nicholson, J. and Davies, L. (2013) Patients' experience of the PICC insertion procedure. British Journal of Nursing (IV Therapy Supplement) 22(14): pp. S16-23.