Mrs Rose Beaumont


I qualified as a midwife from the University of Bradford in 2014 and moved to London soon after and worked as a rotational midwife in a large London hospital. I worked in all areas before becoming a full-time community midwife and champion for Socially Complex women. In 2018 I was a founding member of one of the NW London Early Adopter Better Births pilot caseloading teams and worked as a caseloading midwife for 2 years. I moved into Higher Education initially at the end of 2018, working part-time at Kings’ College London as a Clinical Teaching Fellow alongside my role as a caseloading midwife before going full time in 2020. Over the last three years I have also worked with HEE and iPiP delivering Maternity Continuity of Carer workshops across England.

I obtained my Masters in Global Health and Health Professions Education from KCL in 2019 and worked with the Kings Health Partners Somaliland Partnership as a tutor delivering modules for their Masters in Health Professions Education.

I joined the University of Leeds as a lecturer in February 2022.