Judy Evans

Senior Midwifery Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery

Location: Chelmsford

Areas of Expertise: Health, social care and medical innovation , Nursing and midwifery

Judy Evans is an experienced nurse and midwife and works as a full-time senior midwifery lecturer.

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Following various career pathways, Judy Evans commenced a career in nursing & midwifery in Yorkshire in the late 1970’s moving to Essex in the 1980’s. Midwifery has proved to be a fulfilling and rewarding career with experience gained in all areas; hospital, community and group practice both in the UK and overseas. Over many years she has lectured at ARU, taking up a full-time lecturer post in May 2013.

Research interests

  • Pain management
  • Midwifery documentation
  • Midwifery practice in other lands

Research interests are various and currently exploring the administration of oramorph in the management of latent labour.


Jusy is primarily responsible for pre-registration midwifery. To date she has been module lead on two modules. This academic year and with a new curriculum, she's the module lead on Fundamentals of Midwifery Practice 1 and tutor on Return to Practice Midwifery. She assists with clinical skills sessions on other modules and also assesses on the NIPE course, both pre- and post-registration. CPD is a passion and she has delivered in January 2015, ‘A Gynaecological Nursing Update for CPD’, a course for registered nurses.


  • MA Learning Teaching and Assessing Health and Social Care Professionals, ARU
  • BSc Hons in Professional Practice Midwifery, ARU
  • Diploma in Advancing Practice Midwifery, University of Hertfordshire
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council registered Teacher
  • Supervisor of Midwives
  • Examination of the Newborn (NIPE) course holder, ARU
  • Registered nurse
  • Registered midwife

Recent presentations and conferences

RCM conference 2013 ‘Mothers Little Helper’ (oramorph for latent labouring women)

Anaesthetic conference at the PMI, ARU November 2013

RCM conference 2011 presentation ‘An amazing African experience’

ICM conference, Brisbane, Australia 2005 ‘Post Natal Care’

RCM conference (& ARU conference) 2004 ‘Midwives Prepared for the Future’

RCM conference 2003 ‘Smoking in Pregnancy’