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Department of Adult, Child and Midwifery

As a Department, we consistently strive for excellence, always placing the needs of our students first. This is achieved in courses and research that promote diversity and inclusiveness whilst valuing freedom of academic enquiry and professionalism.
Our primary aims are to:

  • deliver programmes, modules and study days of a high quality that meet the needs of students and all relevant stakeholders
  • work in collaboration to shape the current and future NHS and social care workforce
  • contribute to the improvement of population health and well-being through education, research and practice development
  • ensure that public protection and service user safety is paramount in all aspects of our work
  • develop and maintain robust partnership working.

We are currently involved in recruiting and preparing over 400 nurses and midwives for practice via a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The largest programme is Adult Pre-registration Nursing. We consistently have good evaluations from our commissioners and students, particularly around student support, and have close links with NHS providers in North London.

Departmental events

  • Adult, Child and Midwifery in the news

MDX lecturer, Kelly Ncube, expands life-saving volunteering programme in Ghana

In the summer of 2018 Middlesex lecturer Kelly Ncube spent her vacation teaching Adult and Paediatric Basic Life Support to the Kasoa community at the Abbeam Health Clinic in Ghana.

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Academic is recognised for commitment to patient care and nursing practice

One of Middlesex’s midwifery educators, Sarah Chitongo, has been given the Queen’s Nurse (QN) title in recognition for her services in midwifery. She is the only midwife to have received the title.

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MDX academic says risk elimination in public life is not sensible and potentially increases danger

David Ball, Professor of Risk Management in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Middlesex, has completed two reports on risk.The first on Covid-19 and children’s play.

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