Ms Intisaar Mohsin


Ms Intisaar Mohsin
NameMs Intisaar Mohsin
Job titleLecturer - Midwifery Education Fellow
Research institute
Primary appointmentAdult, Child & Midwifery
Email addressI.Mohsin@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0009-0001-6057-8811
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Currently continuing to work as a Midwifery Lecturer fellow at the Middlesex University with 14 years of experience working for the NHS. I am a creative individual with excellent skills and qualities; possesses an excellent interpersonal and communicational skills. I enjoy being part of a dynamic and well established team and continuously willing to succeed in highly pressurized and challenging work environments.

I have a greater passion to demonstrate leadership, management and educational skills and qualities to showcase my years of experience in the health care sector. I enjoy mentoring and coaching new midwives who are stepping into their midwifery journey.

Teaching

MWY3101 2023/24 

MWY3802 Module leader 2024/25 

MWY3901 Module leader 2024/25

Employment

Lecturer - Midwifery Education Fellow
Middlesex University
04 Sept 2023

Education and qualifications

BSc honours Midwifery
01 Jul 2018
London South Bank University
BSc honours Adult Nursing
01 Jul 2008
London South Bank University

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Chief-nurse fellow

2023-09-01

North Middlesex University

External activities

contribution to the translation of the Communication Cards.
Co-investigator on funded research projects
London Maternity Clinical Network
London Maternity Clinical Network-NHS England

I contributed to the translation of the Communication Cards (English/Arabic).

We hope that these cards will help to support women/birthing people in emergency situations to escalate in a timely manner their concerns to maternity staff or healthcare professionals whilst waiting for an interpreter. Previous reports and reviews by MBRRACE and HSIB have shown that there can be a delay in care/treatment in triage services due to a lack of interpreter services available. These cards are not designed to replace the use of interpreters but to identify those women who need to be assessed as a priority, and in turn help with the reduction of health inequalities amongst diverse populations.

10 Jan 2023
28 Apr 2024

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