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Ms Jane Forman

School: Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care

Job Title: Senior Lecturer

Email: J.Forman@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Phone: 0208 725 0107

Location: 2nd Floor, Grosvenor Wing 2.077, SGUL

Biography

Jane has a background as a registered general nurse. She qualified from St Mary's in 1990 and specialised in accident and emergency, where she worked in a senior capacity. Since qualifying as a registered midwife from City University in 2000, her ongoing focus of clinical practice is high risk pregnancies and gender-based violence.

Currently, Jane is a senior lecturer and teaches on both pre- and post-qualification midwifery programmes, also providing input into various modules on the courses. She is module lead for High Dependency Issues in Maternity Care, which is part of the MSc Midwifery pathway, as well as leading the Maternity pathway and running modules on the Foundation degree.

Jane is the admissions tutor for midwifery courses and a link tutor for St George's Hospital.

As a widening participation lead, she has also worked with the widening participation teams at Kingston University and St George's, University of London, to encourage and develop the future workforce by creating enthusiasm for science among young learners, increasing their understanding of their own health and wellbeing, and promoting healthcare careers and raise attainment.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • MSc, Advanced Midwifery Practice, King's College London
  • PgCert, Postgraduate Certificate of Education for Adults , King's College London
  • BSc, Midwifery, City University
  • Registered General Nurse, , St Mary's Hospital

Professional experience

  • 2014 - 2015
    Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George's, University of London
  • 2011 - 2014
    Midwifery tutor, King's College London
  • 2005 - 2011
    Midwife, St Thomas' Hospital

Research interests

High risk and emergency midwifery care; gender-based violence and its implications in health and midwifery; simulation as a learning tool.

Grants and funding

  • 2015
    Polenz LY, Forman J, Paget K, Chambers M, Hickey, G, Marshall JE, Exploring the diversity of patient and public involvement in the design and delivery of education and research within the Faculty's health and social care programmes. Awarded £4,000 from FHSCE Small Research Projects Scheme

Publications

Number of items: 3.

Article

Forman, Jane, Harris, James M., Lorencatto, Fabiana, McEwen, Andy and Duaso, Maria J. (2016) National survey of smoking and smoking cessation education within UK midwifery school curricula. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, ISSN (print) 1462-2203 (In Press)

Conference or Workshop Item

Marshall, Jayne, Forman, Jane, Sims, Georgina, Gillman, Lindsay J and Aubrey, Dawn (2015) The Baby Friendly Initiative in practice: A pan London development. In: Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative Conference 2015; 18-19 Nov 2015, Harrogate, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Forman, Jane, Duaso, Maria and Harris, James (2015) A review of the provision of smoking cessation education within UK midwifery school curricula. In: UK Nicotene & Smoking Cessation Conference; 11-12 Jun 2015, Manchester, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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