All midwifery students at Middlesex University are now using the pan London midwifery practice assessment document, MPAD. The MPAD was developed by 8 London and is being used for students on both the 3 year BSc (Hons) Midwifery programme and the shortened midwifery course.

The programme handbook for the BSc (Hons) Midwifery 3 year programme is included below as well as the assessment documents for both programme:
Programme Handbook
Midwifery Practice Assessment Documents for BSc (Hons) 3 Year Programme
Midwifery Practice Assessment documents – Shortened programme
Guide to using the MPAD
A guide for mentors has also been developed by all 8 universities. A copy of this is included below as well as a powerpoint presentation which gives further detail about the development of the document and key messages to support the facilitation of learning and assessment in practice.
Link Lecturer Role
A brief overview of the Link Lecturer is provided here. All practice areas should have the contact details of their link lectured displayed on a notice board in the area. If the LL cannot be contacted then staff/students should email the practice-based learning team pblu@mdx.ac.uk.
Raising Concerns:
This raising concerns policy applies to the following:
• students who wish to raise concerns regarding their ‘Learning Experience’
• students who wish to raise concerns regarding patient care e.g. safeguarding or personal grievances e.g. bullying, harassment or discrimination
• practice staff who wish to raise concerns regarding student conduct.
Educational Audit
This power point presentation provides an overview of the process and key people to contact if you have any queries. A copy of the audit tool is also included below: