Maternal and Child Health
Mrs Hughes' current scholarly activity focuses on innovation in midwifery education; simulation and inter-professional learning and diabetes in pregnancy.
She is currently involved in an inter-disciplinary project between midwifery and drama students around shared decision making utilizing the ARCS model [Keller, 2010]. She is also involved in a project exploring the use of interactive digital technologies and enquiry based learning with 2nd year midwifery students.
Mrs Hughes is open to MSc applications in the fields of:
Women’s experiences across the childbirth trajectory
Diabetes in pregnancy
Simulation in education
Enquiry based learning
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PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
MSc Title: Women’s perceptions of midwives attitudes during antenatal care in Ghana: A systematic literature review
Name: Jesslyne Nana Ama Ofosua Kwatia
Years of Study: 2017/18
MSc Title: The effect of honey dressing as an adjunct to burn wounds healing
Name: Buthaina Mubarak Al Harthy
Years of Study: 2016/17
MSc Title: What strategies can midwives utilize to reduce perineal trauma during childbirth? A systematic review of the literature.
Name: Hjh Hassuriani Hj Mohamad Hassan
Years of Study: 2014/15