School of Community Health and Midwifery
Brook Building, BB221
+44 (0) 1772 89 5749
Subject Areas: Nursing and Midwifery
Rebekah qualified as a midwife from UCLan in 2013 and has since undertaken roles as both a community birth centre midwife and research midwife with a focus on intrapartum studies.
She joined UCLan in 2018 and works across both the long and short undergraduate programmes.
Rebekah is currently working towards completion of MSc and PGcert study.
Rebekah has worked as a midwife since 2013. In her most recent previous role she worked across various high profile clinical studies, specialising in intrapartum research. Her areas of interest include midwifery research, evidence based practice and obstetric epigenetics.
Rebekah joined UCLan as a Midwifery Lecturer is 2018 and leads on modules across both the long and short undergraduate programmes. She is academic advisor and clinical link lecturer to students placed at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals
McCrimmon, R. (2017). Working in the dark. The Practicing Midwife, 12(11), pp 9-12.
McCrimmon, R., Babolcsay, S., Blease, M., Byrom, A., Gomez, L., Kirk-Batty, L., Lomax, A., Mashhadi, C., Perez-Botella, M., Pollard, K., Ridley, N. (2018). Case Based Learning for Midwifery Education: Applying Salutogenesis to a Midwifery Education Model. Poster presentation presented at the Royal College of Midwives Education Conference, London.
BSc (Hons) Midwifery, University of Central Lancashire, 2013.
Nursing and Midwifery Council, 2013
Module lead: MW1301 and MW3305