Professor Jayne Marshall

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Personal details

Jayne Marshall is an experienced midwife, lecturer and external examiner and over her career has been instrumental in developing and implementing innovative midwifery and inter-professional curricula across the range of academic levels. She is the University of Leicester’s Foundation Professor of Midwifery and Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) Lead Midwife for Education, tasked with developing a new faculty of Midwifery academics to implement an innovative 4-year undergraduate Master in Science Midwifery with Leadership programme in partnership with the University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust.

Jayne trained as a nurse at Guy’s Hospital, London and undertook midwifery training at Kings College Hospital, London, moving into midwifery education early in her career. Her first role in education was at the University of Nottingham where she held a variety of teaching and leadership roles, becoming Associate Professor before leaving to take up appointment as the Head of the School of Midwifery and Nursing and Midwifery Council and Lead Midwife for Education at Kingston University, St George’s University of London. As a result of Faculty restructuring, Jayne was promoted to Associate Dean for Practice Education and Workforce Development across seven health and social care professions. She was the first midwife at Kingston and St George’s to be promoted via the learning and teaching route to Professor of Midwifery. Jayne is also a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, an Aurora Role Model and mentor for the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education and holds the position of visiting lecturer at the University of Malta.

Jayne’s particular interests lie in the complexities surrounding professional issues, law and ethics relating to midwifery practice and optimising the experiences of women and their families throughout the childbirth continuum: subjects upon which she has written a number of publications and the focus of her PhD study, an ethnographic study into intrapartum informed consent. In addition, Jayne has a wealth of experience in co-editing key midwifery text books including the 16th edition of Myles Textbook for Midwives (the world's best-selling seminal midwifery textbook). This book has been adapted for use in Sub-Saharan Africa, resulting in the publication of the 3rd edition of the African edition ofMyles Textbook for Midwives in 2015.

In an international capacity, Jayne is a member of the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) Education Standing Committee, the ICM Midwifery Education Network and the ICM Research Advisory Network. She is also a member of the Doctoral Midwives Research Society and DePartu: History of Midwifery Research Group. Locally Jayne is currently the President of the Nottingham Branch of the Royal College of Midwives.

Jayne is a peer reviewer for the ICM triennial Congresses and regularly undertakes peer reviews for the international journals Midwifery, Nurse Education Today and Nurse Education in Practice. She is also an associate editor of the International Journal of Childbirth and sits on the Editorial board of MIDIRS Digest.

In 2012, whilst employed at the University of Nottingham, Jayne was awarded one of the prestigious Lord Dearing Awards in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the development of teaching and student learning. A year later, this was followed by being the winner of the Royal College of Midwives' Annual Johnson's Baby Award for Excellence in Midwifery Education.

In June 2018, Jayne was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Midwives for her services to Midwifery Education and Practice – an honour that is given to only a handful of midwives each year.

Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Midwives
  • Principal Fellow - Higher Education Academy
  • Doctor of Philosophy - University of Nottingham
  • Master of Arts: Policy, Organisation and Changein Professional Care - Loughborough University
  • Postgraduate Certificate in the Education of Adults/Midwife Teachers Diploma - University of Surrey
  • Advanced Diploma in Midwifery - Midwife Teachers’ Training College, High Coombe
  • Registered Midwife - King’s College Hospital
  • Registered General Nurse - Guy’s Hospital

Research

Research advisory group membership

Wellcome Trust/University of Surrey: South Asian migrant mothers’ post-natal mental health – communicative practices and needs Advisory Group. (Dr Ranjana Das: Principal Investigator) August 2017 to present.

Cancer Research UK and National Institute for Health Research/University of Nottingham: MiQuit Tailored Text messages for pregnant smokers Trial Trial Sequential Analysis meta-analysis Steering Committee (Professor Tim Coleman: Chief Researcher) October 2017 to present.

National Institute for Health Research/University of Nottingham: MiQuit Tailored Text messages for pregnant smokers Trial RCT Steering Committee (Professor Tim Coleman: Chief Researcher) March 2014 to September 2016.

Research studies, bursaries, grants and scholarships

Price JE, Marshall JE, Podsiadly E, and Marshall-Lucette S, Neonatal and perinatal palliative care: interprofessional learning for midwifery students and children’s nursing students. Awarded £3,000 from FHSCE Teaching and Learning Enhancement Project Funds, Kingston University: April 2016.

Kent A, Marshall JE, Chambers M, and Kay L, Improving Knowledge and Skills in Perinatal Mental Health: A Training Needs Analysis. Awarded £19,324 from Health Education England South London Strategic Investment Programme 2015/16: November 2015.

Polenz LY, FormanJ, Paget K, Chambers M, Hickey, G, and 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, Kingston University: February 2015.

Harrison J, Marshall JE, and Price JE, Third year student midwives and newly qualified midwives lived experience of the acquisition of knowledge and practice of normal childbirth. Awarded £4,000 from FHSCE Small Research Projects Scheme, Kingston University: June 2014.

Marshall JE, Experiences of student midwives learning and working abroad in Europe: the value of an ERASMUS undergraduate midwifery education exchange programme, University of Nottingham, 2012.

Marshall JE, Developing Midwifery Practice through Work-Based Learning: An Evaluative Study. Awarded £3000 from the Centre for Integrative Learning Competitive Bid Fund, University of Nottingham, 2010.

Marshall JE, Informed Consent during the Intrapartum Period: An observational study of the interactions between health professionals and women in labour involving consent to intrapartum procedures, University of Nottingham Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy) 2005. Awarded a Hospital Saving Association Charitable Trust Scholarship of £2000 and a bursary of £1000 from the English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting.

Marshall JE Experiences of Shared Learning within a Pre-Registration Diploma in Midwifery Education Programme: An Evaluative Study, Loughborough University dissertation (Master of Arts: Policy Organisation and Change in Professional Care) 1993. Awarded Bursary from the English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting to cover course fees.

Scholarly awards

Winner of the Midlands Maternity and Midwifery Festival Awards 2019: Lifetime Achievement Award, April 2019.

Awarded certification for Outstanding contribution towards valuing, promoting and supporting gender equality at the International Women’s Day Celebration, Kingston University: May 2017.

Winner of the Royal College of Midwives Annual Awards 2013: Johnsons Baby Award for Excellence in Midwifery Education: January 2013.

Winner of a University of Nottingham Lord Dearing Award for Outstanding Contribution to the development of teaching and student learning: July 2012.

External examining/advisory role

External Subject Consultant for MSc Midwifery Studies, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, March 2019.

Nursing and Midwifery Council/Mott MacDonald Quality Assurance Accredited Reviewer.

External Subject Consultant for BSc (Hons) Midwifery/NMC Approval, Edge Hill University, Lancashire, May 2015.

External Subject Specialist: University of Manchester, Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences,  for the Periodic Review of undergraduate provision in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work (BNurs, BMidwif, CPD Provision and BSc (Hons) Nursing Practice, Singapore programmes), March 2014.

External Subject Reviewer for the Preparation of Supervisors of Midwives programme: University of Leeds, April 2014.

Periodic Subject Reviewer for the Pre-Registration Bachelor of Midwifery (Hons) in Midwifery, University of Malta, May 2013.

Periodic Subject Reviewer for Pre-Registration Bachelor of Midwifery (Hons) in Midwifery, University of Manchester, August 2012 - May 2013.

Periodic Subject Reviewer for Pre-Registration BSc (Hons) in Midwifery,University of Worcester, December 2011.

Periodic Subject Reviewer and Course Validation for Pre-Registration BSc (Hons) in Midwifery (Long and Short programmes) University of Northampton, May 2010.

External Examiner: University College, Dublin for the Pre-Registration Higher Diploma in Midwifery, BSc (Hons) in Midwifery and Master of Science in Midwifery Led Care programme from October 2013 to September 2016.

External Examiner: University of Leeds for the Postgraduate Diploma / MSc in Midwifery 85 weeks (Shortened) Pre-registration Midwifery Programme and Continuing Professional Development Programmes for Midwives including the Preparation of Supervisors of Midwives, from October 2012 to September 2016.

External Examiner: University of Wales (Swansea) for Post Registration Programmes from October 2010 – September 2012.

External Examiner: Kingston University / St George’s University of London DipHE / BSc [Hons] in Midwifery from October 2006 – September 2010.

Midwifery Subject Expert / Consultant for the Mum and Baby Academy; CPD Resources for Antenatal, Postnatal and Paediatric professionals: Lifecycle Marketing (M&B) Limited from June 2016.

Associate Editor for the International Journal of Childbirth.

Guest reviewer for Nurse Education in Practice: Special Edition: Midwifery Education.

Editorial Board Member of the Midwives Information Resource Service: MIDIRS from 2014.

Editorial Board Member of the Royal College of Midwives Journal Midwives: 2003 –2007.

Peer Reviewer:

  • Midwifery,
  • Nurse Education Today
  • Nurse Education in Practice
  • International Journal of Childbirth
  • International Journal of Nursing Studies
  • Health Expectations
  • Royal College of Midwives: Midwives
  • Midwives Information Resource Service: MIDIRS Digest
  • International Confederation of Midwives Research Triennial Congresses,
  • Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Readers’ Panel and Patient Information Auditor.

Panel judge for the Royal College of Midwives Annual Awards: 2012, 2015.

Panel Member for the Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Scholarships interviews: 2015.

Doctoral Supervision:

Cathy Ashwin: 2007 to 2013 (completed)
A Mixed methods study exploring the intricacies of smoking: stopping and relapsing during the transition to motherhood
Dr Jayne Marshall, Professor Penny Standen, University of Nottingham

Lindsay Gillman: 2013 -
The culture and context of perineal protection in physiological birth: an ethnographic study
Professor Annette Boaz, Professor Jayne Marshall, Dr Val Collington, Kingston University

Petra Petročnik: 2016 -
Facilitating physiological birth in Slovenia
Dr Mary Halter, Professor Jayne Marshall, Dr Lesley Kay, Kingston University
(Dr Ana Polona Mivšek: University of Ljubljana as local advisor)

Claire Wood: 2016 –
How can we as maternity healthcare workers develop our own wellbeing?
Professor Mary Chambers, Professor Jayne Marshall, Dr Karen James, Kingston University

Doctoral Examination

Doctor in Philosophy: Exploring the theory-practice gap in public health interventions: a critical assessment of the potential for Normalisation Process Theory to aid knowledge transfer into practice using the evaluation of a complex smoking cessation in pregnancy initiative, Teesside University, August 2019 TBC.

Professional Doctorate in Education: A case study exploring the definition and application of the concept of woman-centred care in a pre-registration midwifery education programme: University of the West of England, Bristol, 12th July 2019.

Doctor in Education: Stories from Midwife Teachers: A narrative study exploring the professional role of midwifery educators 1978-2011: Kingston University, 14th September 2016 / 7th December 2017.

Doctor of Philosophy: The effect of a training and mentoring programme for registered midwives in primary maternity settings with respect to managing labour: University of Cape Town, South Africa, December 2012 / December 2014.

 

Media

 

25 April 2019 Leicester professor wins prestigious midwifery award
https://le.ac.uk/news/2019/april/25-midwifery-award-professor-jayne-marshall

23 October 2018 University of Leicester Midwifery with Leadership course: first of its kind:
https://www.midirs.org/university-leicester-midwifery-leadership-course-first-kind/

Tuesday 9 April 2019 Leicester professor receives prestigious midwifery award
https://le.ac.uk/news/2019/april/25-midwifery-award-professor-jayne-marshall

18 June 2018 Leicester midwifery academic receives national midwifery honour, https://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/press/press-releases/2018/june/leicester-midwifery-academic-receives-national-midwifery-honour

18 June 2018 Foundation Professor of midwifery receives national honour, https://www2.le.ac.uk/news/blog/2018-archive/june/foundation-professor-of-midwifery-receives-national-honour

14 June 2018 The RCM Fellowship 2018 award-winners announced, MIDIRS  https://www.midirs.org/rcm-fellowship-2018-winners-announced/

30 April 2018 First Professors of Nursing and Midwifery herald unique new courses, https://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/press/press-releases/2018/april/first-professors-of-nursing-and-midwifery-herald-unique-new-courses

13 February 2018 Leicester in Focus Episode 9: In profile with..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzloTpMkZSk

Winter 2017 Meet the Professors, RCM Midwives pp 74-75. https://www.rcm.org.uk/tags/midwives-magazine-winter-2017 (members only)

Autumn 2017 Leading the Way, Gryphon: University of Leicester Alumni Magazine pp 14-15. https://www2.le.ac.uk/alumni/gryphon/features/leadingtheway

6 September 2017 60 Seconds with Jayne Marshall, Nursing Standard, vol 32 (2) p 39. https://rcni.com/nursing-standard/careers/my-job/60-seconds-professor-of-midwifery-jayne-marshall-93751 (members only)

2 August 2017 Innovative midwifery and nursing programme development at University of Leicester, UK.  MIDIRS https://www.midirs.org/midwifery-nursing-programmes-university-leicester/

Publications

Recent publications: edited books/chapters

 

Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier.

Bharj KK, and Marshall JE (2019) Becoming a Midwife: The History and Socialization into Professional Practice. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 1-18.

Marshall JE, and Lloyd C (2019) Standards for Midwifery Education and Professional Regulation. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 19-35.

Hay S, and Marshall JE (2019) Ethical Decision-Making in Midwifery Education and Practice. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 85-100.

Marshall JE, and Butler M (2019) Scope of Professional Practice. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 121-139.

Marshall JE, McKellow C, and Muleya CM, (2019) Mentorship, Preceptorship and Coaching in Midwifery Education and Practice. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 175-195.

Marshall JE, and Kay L (2019) Leadership and Management in Midwifery. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 211-228.

Polenz LY, Forman J, and Marshall JE (2019) Change and Innovation in Midwifery Education and Practice. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 229-248.

Marshall JE, Knight M, and Cornford-Wood L (2019) Continuing Professional Development and Midwifery Career Pathways. In Marshall JE (2019) Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 249-266.

Marshall JE (2018) Assessment of venous thromboembolism risk and prevention of deep vein thrombosis in childbirth. In Lindsay, P, Bagness, C, and Peate, I, (eds) Midwifery Skills at a Glance, Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, pp 144-145.

Marshall JE (2018) Application and use of compression stockings. In Lindsay, P, Bagness, C, and Peate, I, (eds) Midwifery Skills at a Glance, Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, pp 146-147.

Marshall JE, Raynor, MD, (2016) Myles Textbook for Midwives: (16th ed), KOREAN Translation, Korea, Elsevier Korea LLC.

Marshall JE, Raynor, MD, and Nolte AGW, (2016) Myles Textbook for Midwives: African edition (3rd ed), Oxford, Elsevier South Africa.

Robson SE, Marshall JE, Doherty R, McLean, M, Botha DE, James S, andNolte AGW(2016) Medical Disorders. In Marshall JE, Raynor, MD, and Nolte AGW, (2016) Myles Textbook for Midwives: African edition (3rd ed), Oxford, Elsevier South Africa, pp 197-242.

Jackson K, Marshall JE, Brydon S, du Preez A, and Minnie K (2016) The first stage of labour: physiology and care. In  Marshall JE, Raynor, MD, and Nolte AGW, (2016)  Myles Textbook for Midwives: African edition (3rd ed), Oxford, Elsevier South Africa, pp 283-326.

Downe S, Marshall JE, and Tagutanazvo O, (2016) Transition and the second stage of labour: physiology and the role of the midwife. In  Marshall JE, Raynor, MD, and Nolte AGW, (2016) Myles Textbook for Midwives: African edition (3rd ed), Oxford, Elsevier South Africa, pp 327-344.

Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
This publication which was first written by Margaret Myles in 1953, has developed over time to become the leading international textbook for midwives, selling in over 75 countries. It has been translated into many languages with a specific African version now in its third edition).

Raynor MD, Mander R, and Marshall JE (2014) The midwife in contemporary midwifery practice. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, pp 3-23.

Marshall JE, Vance M, and Raynor MD (2014) Professional issues concerning the midwife and midwifery practice. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, pp 25-51.

Robson SE, Marshall JE, Doughty R, and McLean M (2014) Medical conditions of significance to midwifery practice. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, pp 243-286.

Jackson K, Marshall JE,and Brydon S (2014) Physiology and care during the first stage of labour. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, pp 327-366.

Downe S and Marshall JE (2014) Physiology and care during the transition and second stage phases of labour. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives (16th ed), Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier, pp 367-393.

Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher.

Marshall JE (2012) Pendahuluan. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher. Bab 1, pp 1-7.

Marshall JE (2012) Tanggung jawab professional bidan dalam mengembangkan kompetensi di bidang keterampilan baru. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher. Bab 2, pp 9-25.

Wills J, Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Kelahiran dengan bantuan forseps.  In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher. Bab 8, pp 107-121.

Marshall JE (2012) Memfasilitasi kelahiran sungsang per vaginam pada usia cukup bulan. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher. Bab 9, pp 123-142.

Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K(2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book,Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill.

Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K(2012) Introduction, in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K (2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 1-4.

Marshall JE and Brydon S (2012) Case 2: Obesity: Risk Management issues, in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K (2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 19-40.

Marshall JE and Ramsay MM (2012) Case 3: Pre-eclampsia, eclampsia and HELLP syndrome, in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K (2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 41-60.

Marshall JE and Ramsay MM (2012) Case 4: Thromboembolism, in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K (2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 61-72.

Marshall JE and Ramsay MM (2012) Case 5: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC), in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K(2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 73-89.

Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice, Edinburgh: Elsevier, Churchill Livingstone.

Marshall JE (2010) Introduction. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice,Edinburgh, Elsevier: Churchill Livingstone. Chapter 1, pp 1-5.

Marshall JE (2010) The midwife’s professional responsibilities in developing competence in new skills. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice, Edinburgh, Elsevier: Churchill Livingstone. Chapter 2, pp 7-18.

Wills J, Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Forceps-assisted births. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice, Edinburgh: Elsevier, Churchill Livingstone, Chapter 8, pp 77-87.

Marshall JE (2010) Facilitating vaginal breech birth at term. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2010) Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice,Edinburgh, Elsevier: Churchill Livingstone. Chapter 9, pp 90-102.

Recent peer reviewed publications

Price, JE, Mendizabel-Espinosa, R, Podsiadly E, Marshall-Lucette S and Marshall JE, (In press) Perinatal / neonatal care: Gaining a better understanding – exploring the merit of an inter-professional education opportunity with final year midwifery and children’s nursing students, Nurse Education Today

Marshall JE and Furber C (2017) Who will educate and prepare the midwives of the future? The crisis in midwifery education in the UK, MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 27 (3) pp 277-280.

Marshall JE (2017) Experiences of student midwives learning and working abroad in Europe: the value of an Erasmus undergraduate midwifery education programme, Midwifery, 44 (2017), pp 7-13.http://dx.doi.org/10.1010/j.midw.2016.10.013 (open access).

Reeves S, Pelone F, Hendry J, Lock N, Marshall JE, Pillay L, and Wood R (2016) Using a meta-ethnographic approach to explore the nature of facilitation and teaching approaches employed in interprofessional education, Medical Teacher, 38 (12), pp 1221-1228.ISSN (print) 0142-159X (Epub Ahead of Print).

Marshall JE (2015) The power of the lead midwife for education (LME): the role, function and challenges, MIDIRS Midwifery Digest 25 (1) pp 11-14.

Muleya CM, Marshall JE, and Ashwin C (2015) Nursing and Midwifery Students’ Perceptions and Experiences of Mentorship: A Systematic Review, Open Journal of Nursing, 5, pp 571-586.http://dx.doi.org/10.4236//ojn.2015.56061.

Petrocnik P, and Marshall JE (2015a) Hands Poised technique: The future technique for perineal management of second stage of labour? A modified systematic literature review, Midwifery, 31 (2), pp 274-279.

Petrocnik P, and Marshall JE (2015b) Hands-on or hands-poised: what does the evidence say? The Practising Midwife, July/August 18 (7) pp 10-12.

Pearson MA, and Marshall JE (2014) Exploring father's Influence on their partner's choice regarding place of birth. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 24 (1), pp 171-178.

Ashwin CA, Marshall JE and Standen PJ (2013) Smoking in pregnancy, where are we now? The Practising Midwife, 16 (7) pp 12-15.

Ashwin, CA, Marshall JE and Standen PA (2012) Exploring women’s experiences of smoking during pregnancy and the postpartum, Evidence Based Midwifery,10 (4) pp 112-118.

Marshall JE (2012) Developing Midwifery Practice through Work-Based Learning: An Exploratory Study, Nurse Education in Practice (Special edition: Midwifery Education) 12 (5) pp 273-278.

Marshall JE, Fraser DM, and Baker PN (2011) An observational study to explore the power and effect of the Labour ward culture on consent to intrapartum procedures. International Journal of Childbirth,1(2) pp 82-99.

Hussain CJ and Marshall JE (2011) The effect of the developing role of the maternity support worker on the professional accountability of the midwife, Midwifery, 27 (3), pp 336-341.

Marshall JE, Fraser DM, and Baker PN (2010) Reflexivity: the experience of undertaking an ethnographic study to explore issues of consent to intrapartum procedures. Evidence Based Midwifery, 8 (1) pp21-25.

Peer reviewed oral conference presentations

Marshall JE (2018) The 4-year undergraduate Master in Science (MSci) pre-registration Midwifery education programme with Leadership, 5th Annual Royal College of Midwives Education Conference, Prospero House, London, 12 June 2018.

Marshall JE (2017) Let’s start at the very beginning:
Engaging the public in health and social care curricula developments, Centre for Public Engagement 4th Annual Conference: Public Engagement in Workforce Development, Kingston University and St Georges, University of London, 27 September 2017

Marshall JE, Kent A, Kay L, Chambers M, (2017) Perinatal Mental Health: Exploring the education and training needs of midwives, 31st Triennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives: Midwives making a difference in the world,Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada, 18-22 June 2017 (abstract J03.02 page 127).

Marshall JE and Furber C (2016) Building Midwifery Education Capacity for the 21st century and beyond: A pragmatic approach (Master Class / Workshop), 5th European Midwives Association Education Conference: Midwifery Education for the 21st century – innovations in education, practice and regulation: Abstracts and Biographies Guide, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK, 2-3 December 2016 (039McWEd), (Abstract pp 19-20).

East L, Royal J, Marshall JE, McLuskey J, and Appiah-Boateng E (2014) Evaluating shared mixed level module delivery at degree and masters level in nursing and midwifery, NET 2014: 25th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 2-4 September 2014.

East L, Royal J, Marshall JE, McLuskey J, and Appiah-Boateng E (2014) Evaluating shared mixed level module delivery at degree and masters level in nursing and midwifery (013.5) NETNEP 2014: 5th International Nurse Education Conference, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 22-25 June 2014.

Hussain C and Marshall J E (2014) Maternity support workers: what does the future hold? (C401) 30thTriennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, The Prague Congress Centre, Czech Republic, 1-5 June 2014 (Abstract p 396).

Marshall J E (2014) Experiences of student midwives learning and working abroad in Europe: the value of an ERASMUS undergraduate midwifery education exchange programme (C255) 30thTriennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives,The Prague Congress Centre, Czech Republic, 1-5 June 2014 (Abstract p 252).

Marshall JE (2012) Preparing experienced midwives to become graduates through a flexible Post-registration Pathway. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract p 38).

Marshall JE and Ashwin C (2012) ERASMUS student exchange: Enhancing international learning and working in an undergraduate midwifery education programme. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract p 24).

Ashwin C, Marshall JE and Standen P (2012) Women’s experiences of stopping smoking during pregnancy and relapsing postpartum. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract p 55).

Pearson M and Marshall JE (2012) Exploring fathers’ influence on their partner’s choice regarding place of birth. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract 59).

Marshall JE (2011) Developing Midwifery Practice through Work-Based Learning: An Evaluative Study: 29th Triennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, The International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa, 19–23 June 2011 (Abstract p 285).

McIntosh T, Marshall JE, Watts K, McIntyre H, and Ashwin C (2011) Tackling Research Methodologies from Conception to Reality: Five Perspectives (Symposium): 29th Triennial Congress the International of Confederation of Midwives, The International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa,19-23 June 2011 (Abstract SS09 pp 437-438).

Peer reviewed conference poster presentations

Marshall JE, Clarke D, (2018) Leading from the Start: Developing innovative undergraduate pre-registration Master in Science (MSci) Midwifery and Nursing with Leadership programmes, 5th Annual Royal College of Midwives Education Conference, Prospero House, London, 12 June 2018.

Marshall JE, Forman J, Sims G, Gillman LJ, and Aubrey D, (2015) The Baby Friendly Initiative in practice: A Pan London Development. UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative Annual Conference, Harrogate, 18-19 November 2015, Poster 6.

Harrison JM, Marshall JE and Price JE (2015) Third year student midwives and newly qualified midwives lived experiences of the acquisition of knowledge and practice of normal birth, 10th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference: Normal Birth: into the future, (ReaCH), School of Health, UCLan, Grange over Sands, 15–17 June 2015 Abstract: 1864.

Marshall JE and Ashwin C (2012) ERASMUS student exchange: Enhancing international learning and working in an undergraduate midwifery education programme. Royal College of Midwives Annual Conference, The Brighton Centre, Brighton, 13-14 November 2012.

Marshall JE (2012) Work-Based Learning: Developing Midwives and Midwifery Practice. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract p 75).

Wood CM and Marshall JE (2012) First time mothers’ experience of caesarean section. 1st Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research (NICER) in Midwifery, Jubilee campus, Nottingham, 7-8 September 2012 (Abstract p 78).

Ashwin C, Marshall JE, and Standen P (2011) Why do women smoke after birth?29th Triennial Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, The International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa,19-23 June 2011.

Peer reviewed e-learning resources

Marshall JE and Walsh D (2013) Understanding Midwifery within the UK: Nottingham, University of Nottingham

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