Sarah Miller


Sarah Miller started work in the NHS in 1976 and following a brief foray into Higher Education as a student of Biological Anthropology at Durham University from 1986 to 1989 and as a Midwifery Lecturer at University College, Suffolk for 4 years between 1997 & 2001, has worked within NHS ever since. She trained as a registered nurse at the Middlesex Hospital in London and then moved on to train as a midwife at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

Having worked both within the acute maternity unit and in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, she became a Community Midwifery Sister in Norwich in 1983; a post she held until leaving to study full-time as university for three years returning as a community midwife in Norfolk in 1989. In 1997, having delivered over 250 babies she was appointed as a Midwifery Lecturer at UCS in Ipswich.

After 4 years of teaching she returned to being a student, this time completing the Health Visiting Community Nursing Practice BSc before practising as a Health Visitor in Suffolk until 2007 and then as Children’s Audiology Nurse Specialist for a further four years

Her current role started as a secondment but became permanent in 2013. It now encompasses a wide range of governance activities including policy/guideline research and development, CQC compliance support for clinical and governance teams, medicines management, resuscitation support, Root Cause Analysis and Serious Incident investigation and training, intranet and webpage management and management of the audit team and activities.

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