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Dr. Carolyn Bailey

Senior Lecturer, Midwifery




Churchill Campus, Online

Continuity of care experiences: A national cross-sectional survey exploring the views and experiences of Australian students and academics

Background: Continuity of Care Experiences (CoCEs) are a component of all entry-to-practice...

Telephone triage in midwifery practice: A cross-sectional survey

Background: Childbearing women commonly access maternity services via the telephone. A midwife...

Telephone triage and midwifery: A scoping review

Background: Midwives use telephone triage to provide advice and support to childbearing women,...

Nursing care of a family with a newborn

  • Book Chapters

Constructive Alignment and the Research Skills Development Framework: using theory to practically align graduate attributes, learning experiences, and assessment tasks in the undergraduate midwifery curriculum

Midwifery educators have to provide students with stimulating curricula that teach academic...

  • Journals

How effectively do midwives manage the care of obese pregnant women? A cross-sectional survey of Australian midwives

Background: Obesity and overweight are common issues for pregnant women and their healthcare...

Undergraduate midwifery students' sense of belongingness in clinical practice

Background: Clinical placements form a large and integral part of midwifery education. While much...

Visiting friends and relatives may be a risk for non-adherence for HIV-positive travellers

Responding to a rural health workforce shortfall: Double degree preparation of the nurse midwife

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