Suzanne Britt

Postgraduate researcher
University of Nottingham

Sue qualified as a midwife in 2002 and worked across a range of maternity settings, before moving into a midwifery education post at the University of Nottingham in 2013. She has specialist interests in perinatal mental health, counselling skills for healthcare professionals and public health, particularly health promotion and education. Her interest in domestic violence and abuse evolved while working as a community midwife, but she has also worked extensively in this area during her time as an academic: firstly, as the Safeguarding Lead and Senior Tutor for midwifery students, where she was responsible for supporting staff in safeguarding student welfare and secondly in her teaching, where she worked on the development and delivery of resources around domestic violence and abuse.

In 2022 Sue left her staff post at the University to take up the opportunity of studying for her PhD. Her work aims to explore healthcare professionals’ views and experiences of responding to domestic abuse in people living with MS.

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