Suzanne is a specialist midwife at Manchester Foundation Trust (MFT), caring for women at risk of Fetal Growth Restriction (FGR). She is the midwifery lead for the Manchester Placenta Clinic and SGA service at MFT, with Professor Ed Johnstone Suzanne co-chairs the North West FGR Network. Suzanne leads on the implementation of the NHS England Saving Babies Lives care bundle at MFT and is part of the Greater Manchester and East Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network (GMEC SCN) Saving Babies Lives Team.
Suzanne has a breadth of clinical and research experience; in 2011 she completed an MPhil through The University of Manchester, using a phenomenological approach to explore women’s experiences of attending a high risk obstetric clinic. Suzanne has worked on numerous translational research projects and with her colleagues is committed to the reduction of stillbirth and the improvement of care for women with complicated pregnancies.
Suzanne is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at The University of Manchester teaching on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is a course director for Baby Lifeline and has worked with NICE as a specialist committee member. Suzanne proudly works closely with Tommy’s the baby charity and is the midwifery director for the Tommy’s Stillbirth Centre.
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|March 25, 2022||Training Delivered Online
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