Rachel Rose

Lecturer Practitioner
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Nursing
ARU Peterborough
Areas of Expertise:
Nursing and midwifery

Rachel is an experienced midwife with a particular interest in community based antenatal care, safe planned homebirths, and the significance of providing continuity of care throughout the pregnancy continuum.

Email: [email protected]


Prior to becoming a midwife Rachel was a qualified nurse specialising in orthopaedic care. From here Rachel moved to join the maternity team, supporting midwives providing postnatal and transitional care. Rachel graduated with BSc (Hons) Midwifery from Homerton School of Health Studies in 2005 and has worked clinically across all areas of midwifery, specialising in community care. Within this role, she provided autonomous caseload management, delivering continuity of antenatal care, postnatal care and homebirths. Rachel has completed her post graduate certificate in medical and healthcare education and is a BFI (baby friendly initiative) lead, ensuring ARU provide a robust support for breastfeeding parents and equipping students to continue this provision into their areas of work.

  • BA first class (Hons) Midwifery
  • PG Certificate in Health and Medical Education (FHEA)
  • Diploma in Adult Nursing
  • ALSO course
  • Leadership in Practice; Health and Social Care
Memberships, editorial boards
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Fellowship of HEA