Mrs Leeanne Jones
Student Experience Administrator
Human and Health Sciences Central
Telephone: (01792) 205678 ext 8586
Room: Student Experience Office - 148
Ground Floor
Glyndwr Building
Singleton Campus

Leeanne was born in Swansea and lives in Llanelli. She previously worked in the Further Education college for 13 years before moving to us at Swansea University in 2011. Leeanne has spent some time studying at the University of Wales, Trinity St David, having completed a HNC in 2010 and a Foundation Degree in Business in 2013. Leeanne has also completed a CPD Credited module in minute taking.

Leeanne's current role involves all the administration for Osteopathy, Midwifery and the Masters in Education for Health Care Professions programme. She is also the administrator for the Universities on-site Osteopathy Clinic. Leeanne's position also includes the role of Secretarial Assistant to the Head of The Department of Interprofessional Health Studies, Chantal Patel.

For Leeanne, the best part about working at the University has been all the life-long friends that she has made, not only in the department but across the College. She takes part in all the fundraising events that the College put on.

Outside of University, Leeanee spends most of her time with her family, she helps out as much as she can with her son's Under 14's rugby team. One of her passions is Formula 1. If Leeanne could have any other job in the world, she would like to be a Formula 1 mechanic.

Teaching

  • SHM111 Introduction to Maternity Care

    This module explores current family policy and introduces learners to the context of maternity services including aspects of physiology and maternity care.

  • SHM121 Introduction to the Profession of Midwifery

    This module will introduce the student to the role of the midwife and the maternity services, and will give an introductory overview of childbirth and midwifery skills in preparation for practice.

  • SHM123 Midwifery and Public Health

    This module will introduce the student to the role of the midwife in health promotion and antenatal education. The skill of critiquing research papers will also be introduced as well as the consideration of ethical issues in relation to public health.