Tracey Bryan

Lecturer in Midwifery

School/Department: Healthcare, School of



Tracey has been a registered adult nurse prior to becoming a midwife in 2003, working at University Hospitals of Leicester (NHS) Trust until 2022 in a variety of roles, providing antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care within the hospital and community.  Most recently working as a practice development midwife providing education and training to the multidisciplinary team.

As a Professional Midwifery Advocate, Tracey works within the university and trust to support both students and midwives with their emotional wellbeing and resilience.



I have a Postgraduate Certificate in Interprofessional Education and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).  I currently teach on the midwifery practice modules, supporting the Inter Professional Education modules, emergencies in childbearing and lead on clinical skills and practice placements.


Nursing and Midwifery Council Midwifery Registrant

Royal College of Midwives

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Professional Midwifery Advocate Academic Network



Supporting physiological birth

Emergencies in childbearing

Interprofessional education

Clinical midwifery skills and simulation

Wellbeing of midwives and students



2000 - Diploma of HE in Nursing (Adult) 

2001 – High Dependency Nursing

2003 – BSc (Hons) Midwifery

2007 – Professional Education in Practice (Mentorship) Course

2013 – Preparation for Supervisors of Midwives Course

2016 – Human Factors Train the Trainer Course

2016 – Professional Midwifery Advocate Course

2021 – PGCE Interprofessional Education

2021 – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

2022 – currently studying for MSc in Clinical Education

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