Teresa is an Associate Professor and Lead Midwife for Education. Teresa leads on the development, delivery and management of midwifery education within the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Teresa is a registered midwife and has previously held a number of academic leadership portfolio roles to include workforce development and transformation, and learning and teaching. Teresa has extensive experience in curriculum design, development and approval across midwifery and nursing and is currently chief midwifery examiner overseeing the development of the NMC test of competence for overseas and return to practice midwives.
Teresa’s scholarly interests include investigating pedagogic approaches which lead to learner self-regulation and the role of assessment in preparing students for clinical practice. Teresa’s professional interests include the development and deployment of the unregistered workforce in maternity care and developing new pathways to midwifery registration.