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Tomasina joined the University of Huddersfield in February 2019 as Reader of Midwifery Practice. She qualified as a midwife in 1995 and has worked in a wide range of clinical settings, from inner city London, to outback Australia.

She completed her PhD in 2012 which explored modifiable risks for late stillbirth at Auckland University in New Zealand, where she worked for many years.

During her career, Tomasina has held various roles as a quality and audit lead, consultant midwife, researcher and lecturer. She currently holds a  joint appointment, with Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, which provides opportunities for partnership working with NHS clinicians, women and their families, and an opportunity to translate research into practice.

Tomasina’s primary research interest focus on improving perinatal outcome, in particular on the reduction of stillbirth. She is interested in the quality improvement of maternity services as a whole. She is also interetsed in the development and support of clinical leadership within midwifery and the further development of clinial academic midwives.


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