Lynne Coton

Lecturer

School of Health, Science and Wellbeing

I have a background in high-risk obstetric care. I have worked in several midwifery clinical areas including a standalone MLU, antenatal ward, postnatal ward and was core on delivery suite for 4 years.

I commenced working for Staffordshire University as a lecturer in September 2018 and have thoroughly enjoyed my role so far. I was clinical module lead for level 5 for 2 years and have recently taken over as module lead for the level 6 clinical placement module- where I get to teach theory and practical session around high risk high risk obstetric care and obstetric emergencies which are areas I am passionate about.

I am moving and handling trainer and also a suicide first aider.

I am one of the baby friendly initiative (BFI) leads within the health and social care school and am passionate about implementing the BFI standards throughout my role as a midwife and lecturer.

Professional memberships and activities

  • Registered NMC Midwife
  • Royal College of Midwives- Full membership since September 2013

Academic qualifications

  • BSc (hons) Midwifery Degree- First Class, University of the West of England
  • Commenced Academic Professional Apprenticeships in September 2019 to finish in March 2021, Staffordshire University.

Expertise

  • Obstetric emergencies
  • Simulation
  • Patient safety
  • Human factors
  • BFI lead

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Module Lead for ‘Contemporary Midwifery Practice and leadership’ Level 6 clinical skills module.
Top 15 for Teaching Quality

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

6th for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022

Midlands University of the Year

Midlands Business Awards 2020