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)
- Normal labour and birth
- Normalising care for high risk women
- Preparing students for midwifery practice
- Deaf awareness in Healthcare
Jackson, M (2010) Good Practice: Care of Deaf Women. Disability, Pregnancy and Parenting International 1(69) pp: 6-7
Jackson, M (2010) Supporting Deaf mothers [Online] Available from: https://www.disabledparent.org.uk/good-practice/supporting-deaf-mothers
Jackson, M (2011) Maternity focus: Deafness, antenatal care and access. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants. 5(7) pp: 339-341
Jackson, M. (2011). Deafness and antenatal care: Understanding issues with access. British Journal of Midwifery, 19(5), pp.280-284.
International Day of the Midwife, Kings College London (2012) Being a radical midwife.
Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Middlesex University (2019) Using student submitted case studies in Midwifery education.
Member of the Scholars at Work team
Implementing and facilitating knowledge sharing by using software to live stream, record and disseminate presentations from academic staff to Middlesex colleagues, business partners and students.