Carina Okiki

BSc in Biomedical Science | BSc (Hons) in Midwifery

Associate Lecturer in Midwifery, Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery & Equality| Diversity| Inclusion Midwife, Oxford University Hospitals Trust

Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery


Supporting to achieve equitable health outcomes for all social groups accessing our
Maternity Service; targeting support and interventions to the most disadvantaged groups to
improve service quality and address inequalities of access, service provision and healthcare
Lead role in developing an EDI framework in Maternity that supports the Trust’s
commitment to fostering an inclusive working environment that promotes equality of
opportunity and diversity for all staff members and student midwives; recognising that a
workforce that represents the community that it serves delivers a better experience for
service users and better outcomes.

Teaching and supervision

Modules taught

EDI Teaching:
1. Weekly antenatal classes at Florence Park for targeted service users

2. Oxford Maternity Update Days for Midwives and Obstetric Nurses

3. Maternity Support Worker Update days

Brookes Teaching: Associate level engagement


 Global Ethnic Majority midwifery students
 Royal College of Midwives - Decolonising midwifery education toolkit


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