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Mrs Carole McGlone ( RN RM Bsc(hons) MPH PGCE) - personal details

Contact details

Mrs Carole McGlone

Role: Lecturer in Midwifery

Tel: +44(0)161 306 7716


The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
The University of Manchester
Room 4.337, Jean McFarlane Building
University Place
Oxford Road
   M13 9PL




My career spans many years as a nurse and then midwife. I worked as a midwife leader in a refugee camp on the Thai Cambodian border between 1988-1990. There I developed an interest in Public health and education. I have worked in various maternity units around the Greater Manchester area. Prior to coming into Education I was responsible for practice development with midwives working within Sure Start programmes in Manchester. I worked with the Government on a pilot study mainstreaming Sure Start within organizations between 2002-2004. After this I came into education where I aim to support students to apply theory to practice to develop their role in Public health.

Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies

Higher Education Academy

Royal College of Midwives


Bsc(Hons)Midwifery (First class), Master in Public Health with distinction, PGCE


As a Lecturer my main responsibilities are for the development of Public Health within the curriculum. I am responsible for the Public Health and the Midwife course unit and Midwifery Care following birth and infant feeding.

Other responsibilities include:

Examinations Officer for the BMidwifery 2013 Curriculum.

Lead for the Baby Friendly Initiative for University Accreditation

Link Lecturer at North Manchester General Hospital

Academic Advisor to students in the 2012 cohort

External Examiner for the University of Surrey

Peer reviewer for a number of journals including: Health and Social Care in the  Community, Midwifery, British Journal of Midwifery, Nurse Education in Practice



Specialist subject Public Health