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Carole Lindsey
Lecturer in Midwifery



Carole completed her midwifery education at the University of Southampton in 1998. She then worked as a midwife at York Hospital for three years, working in all areas of the maternity unit. In 2001 she began working as a community midwife. Carole has had experience of mentoring and assessing student midwives in clinical practice in both the hospital and community settings. She joined the Midwifery Education Team at the University of York in May 2014.


  • Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP
  • Master of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Midwifery (Hons), Registered Midwife, ENB 997

Departmental roles

  • Programme Lead Midwifery programmes
  • Designated Midwife substitute
  • Deputy Lead Baby Friendly Initiative
  • Deputy Chair of Exceptional Circumstances Affecting Assessment Committee
  • Stage 3 lead BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice
  • Member of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Module Lead Midwifery Practice 5



  • Emergency Management in Midwifery Practice
  • Midwifery Practice 5
  • Midwifery Practice 6 version 2
  • Baby Friendly Initiative content
  • Academic Assessor for undergraduate midwifery students in all programme Stages


Selected publications

  • Bedford, H and Lindsey, C (tbc) 'Global Midwifery – celebrating journeys’ an event to inspire learning and internationalisation. The Practising Midwife. Accepted for publication 17.3.18

External activities


Editorial duties

  • Reviewer for midwifery journals

Carole Lindsay

Contact details

Carole Lindsey
Lecturer in Midwifery

Tel: 01904 32(1642)