@NHS from 30/04/18 to 04/05/18
Job title: Midwife
Place of work: Warrington and Halton NHS Foundation Trust
Jonathan Cliffe is a midwife working at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He completed his midwifery training at Bangor University, North Wales, where he co-founded the Bangor University Student Midwife society and was a champion for quality improvement, holding a senior position on a national student health forum. Graduating with a first-class honours in September 2015, Jonathan embarked on his journey as a qualified midwife in November 2015.
Since graduating, in March 2016 Jonathan became a member of the British Journal of Midwifery Editorial Board and has delivered several conference presentation’s discussing his transition from student to qualified midwife and the importance of reflective practice. Jonathan has also published articles on personalised care, importance of communication and student led midwifery societies.
Jonathan enjoys fundraising and is fond of the charity in which he is an ambassador for, Mummy’s star. Recently jonathan also joined the charity Midwives @ Ethiopia as an associate charity member. Jonathan is currently as masters student at the university of Chester, studying maternal and reproductive health. Jonathan is also an active user and promoter of social media, follow him on twitter @JonathanCliffe8.
- Cliffe, J. (2015). Your thoughts: Listen up. Midwives Magazine. RCM. London.
- Cliffe, J. (2016). The Importance of Communication. British Journal of Midwifery. May 2016. Vol 24. No.5. DOI.
- Cliffe, J. (2016). Personalised Care. British Journal of Midwifery. August 2016. Vol 24 .No 8 DOI.
- Swan, R,. Sinnet, A,. & Cliffe, J,. (2016) Making a success of student societies. Midwives Magazine. RCM. London.
- Cliffe, J. (2016). Safety, standards and experience in the midwifery profession. British Journal of Midwifery. November 2016. Vol24. No11. DOI.