Midwifery Society

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.

About Midwifery Society

Yearly membership to the midwifery society will enable you to be a part of a community that aims to provide support as well as educational activities for members. MIDSOC are keen to promote cohesion between all the years so that you can develop a support network which will help you throughout your training. Membership will enable you to attend events ran by the society which include
- welfare activities such as coffee mornings and mindfulness sessions
- educational workshops and study days (infant loss, birth trauma, breastfeeding)
- fundraising opportunities such as fun runs and bake sales
- social events including nights out, picnics, quiz nights, dinners and other exciting activities
Membership will either permit you free entry or offer a discount to events depending on which activity. Please keep up to date with our social media to find out what they are and when they are!

Membership Fee Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Midwifery Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

NameCostValid PeriodDetailsJoin
Year Membership (February) £801/02/2019 - 01/02/2020This is a year membership for students who start in February.Buy Now

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The Committee

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

  • Emma James
    Events Coordinator
  • Sarah Walker
  • Jennifer Lancaster
  • Simone Dove
    Social Secretary
  • Kate Riley
  • Claire Wanless
    Vice President
  • Jacqueline Dack
    Welfare Representative
  • Emma Poll
    Welfare Representative