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60 seconds with professor of midwifery Jayne Marshall

To achieve success, be proactive, patient and persevere, and have the courage to move out of your comfort zone, says professor of midwifery Jayne Marshall. 
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To achieve success, be proactive, patient and persevere, and have the courage to move out of your comfort zone, says professor of midwifery Jayne Marshall

Jayne Marshall trained as a nurse at Guy’s Hospital in London before starting her midwifery training at King’s College Hospital in 1982. After practising as a midwife in London, she moved into education, working as a midwifery lecturer then associate professor at the University of Nottingham. She took up a post as head of school of midwifery at Kingston University and St George’s University of London in 2014, and in July became the first professor of midwifery at the University of Leicester.

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