Research Profile

Mrs Kim
Ebbs

Senior Lecturer in Practice (Midwifery)

Faculty of Health, Education and Society

    • Registered Midwife since 2002 with the Nursing & Midwifery Council
    • Programme Lead BSc (Hons) Midwifery at the University of Northampton
    • Senior Lecturer (Midwifery)
    • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
    • Enhanced Diploma in Midwifery
    • BSc (Hons) Midwifery
    • Facilitating Learning for Professional Practice (Mentorship)
    • NMC Stage 4 Teacher Level 7 qualification
    • Studying towards MA Education
    • Qualified Newborn Infant and Physical Examination Practitioner (NIPE)
  • Kim teaches on the BSc (Hons) Midwifery programme throughout all years and modules and is currently module leader for a level 5 and a level 6 module.

    The level 6 module Care Planning and Management prepares student midwives in care planning, delivery of safe and effective care and management of obstetric emergencies. 

    The Level 5 Module ‘Additional Care Needs applied to Midwifery Practice’ follows on from the level 4 ‘Universal Care Needs applied to Midwifery Practice’ module and focuses upon the service user and neonate with additional care needs.

    Kim qualified as a Newborn Infant and Physical Examination Practitioner (NIPE) in 2017 and is leading on the provision of NIPE within the Undergraduate Curriculum.  Kim also supports the provision of the Level 6 and 7 Postgraduate Examination of the Newborn Module.

    Kim still enjoys working within clinical practice occasionally as a Bank Midwife at a Local Trust to maintain her competencies within clinical practice.