Anne Malott is a part-time Hospitalist Midwife working in the Alongside Midwifery Unit (AMU). She worked in Hamilton and surrounding area and was a founding practice partner of Community Midwives of Hamilton for 20 years. She is an Associate Professor at McMaster in the Midwifery Education Program and a Fellow in the McMaster Midwifery Research Centre. Anne has a background in nursing with a Masters in Perinatal Nursing Education and a PhD in Health Sciences. Her research focuses on collaborative models of maternity care, interprofessional education, curriculum development and evaluation. In addition to teaching, Anne supervises Masters and PhD students and is a lead in creating the first Masters in Midwifery program in Canada. She coordinates educational opportunities for students and midwives in the Alongside Midwifery Unit and is most passionate about supporting midwives to practice to their fullest scope.

Anne is committed to promoting normal, physiologic birth and is constantly amazed by the strength people have as they give birth and transition to parenthood.

“I am so honoured to be part of this incredible team of midwives, nurses and physicians. We have the privilege of celebrating birth. It doesn’t get any more real than that.”

When she is not working with parents and babies in the AMU or teaching you can find Anne hiking the Bruce trail, skiing, boating or hanging out with her four kids and husband Murray.