Rose has recently joined the NELFT Quality Improvement Services, Learning and Support team. Her background in the NHS has been clinical in nursing and midwifery and she continue to be a registered midwife to date. Rose graduated at degree level form Canterbury Christ Church Unsisterly 2010 and she worked for Medway Trust as a clinical labour ward high risk midwife, which was a very busy and challenging, however this was a very rewarding post and lots of new skills and knowledge was gained, before she started at East Kent Trust.
Within her time at East Kent, Rose worked both, in the acute high risk and low risk settings and within the community. She has entered a mentorship program and completed the teaching qualification needed to support others and students within their roles and preceptorship period. Rose have also worked within safeguarding both children and adults, she has been the leading role within many child protection,( CP) cases supporting families to ensure better outcomes.
Rose has undertaken improvement works and developed a program in Parent education for the wider communities, young, vulnerable, non-English speaking people, and worked closely with housing charities, such as Porchlight and shelter to support families so that they can remain together wherever possible. She has also worked alongside Kent Police and Kent County Council , with current gang crime awareness and Domestic abuse.
Rose has always been interested in creating positive change and wanted to explore in different way within the NHS. She decided that she wanted to move away from a clinic role and see where else I could be a part of positive change within the NHS.
“If you always do what you have done, then you will always get what you have always got” Henry Ford.