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Midwifery Society

Education

MidSoc is a midwifery-specific society which represents the needs of the student midwives at Southampton University. The society aims to provide a platform for students to network, socialise, take part in study days and discuss issues that are specific to midwifery.

The society enables students to have a voice and engage with the wider midwifery community as we believe that this is fundamental for student experience and personal professional development.


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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Midwifery Society this year are:

  • Lucy Price
    President
  • Rebecca Hart
    Treasurer
  • Kate Osborne
    Vice President
  • Sophie Deas
    Social and Events Secretary
  • Sarah Richards
    Social and Events Secretary
  • Bonnie Doherty
    Welfare Representative
  • Charlotte Barber
    Welfare Representative
  • Sophie Cook
    Merchandise Representative
  • Maggie Harrison
    Sport and Leisure Representative

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