Senior Research Fellow in Maternal and Reproductive Health; Lecturer (Midwifery); PhD student
Department of Midwifery and Child Health Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull
Catriona Jones is a Registered Midwife (RM), a Lecturer in Midwifery, and a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Social Care (FHSC) at the University of Hull. Since becoming a midwife in 1996 she has practiced in a variety of midwifery settings in the United Kingdom, working alongside women and their families within a number of different models of maternity care. Catriona has worked at the University of Hull since 2004.
Since 2008, she has now seen a number of funded research projects through to completion in her role as Research Associate, Co-investigator and Principle Investigator.
Catriona is a member of the peer review panel for Women and Birth, an Australian based midwifery journal, Journal of Midwifery, the leading international journal in midwifery and child health, and the British Journal of Midwifery.
She is a member of the Faculty of Health and Social Care Maternal, Reproductive, and Sexual Health Research Development Group. Her research interests are broad, including asexuality, women’s emotional and psychological wellbeing, the use of complementary and alternative medicines within maternity settings, and the use of social media by health professionals. She is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the meaning of asexuality.