Meghan has been a Lecturer in Midwifery at Middlesex University since 2017. She qualified as midwife in 2010 with a HEDip (Midwifery) from UWL and held a number of positions within midwifery across community, midwifery led and labour ward settings.
In 2018, she completed a MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (Midwifery) and has focussed her research towards midwives experiences of working within obstetric led units. She also has a passion for improving access to healthcare from women with additional needs, particularly Deaf and disabled women.
She is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the experiences of Deaf women in maternity services.
English, British Sign Language (level 3)
Learning & Teaching Interests
- Normal labour and birth
- Normalising care for high risk women
- Preparing students for midwifery practice
- Deaf awareness in Healthcare
Research Outputs & Interests
Jackson, M (2010) Good Practice: Care of Deaf Women. Disability, Pregnancy and Parenting International 1(69) pp: 6-7