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Dr Helen Hall

Associate Professor and Midwifery Discipline Leader

Institute Leadership

Section/Portfolio:

Institute Leadership

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

Midwives’ experiences of facilitating informed decision-making – a narrative literature review

Partner delivered relaxation massage to support mild antenatal anxiety; views of participants

Predictors and impact of women's breastfeeding self-efficacy and postnatal care in the context of a pandemic in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

Attitudes and experiences of employed women when combining exclusive breastfeeding and work: A qualitative study among office workers in Northern Ethiopia

Evidence from different countries shows that the level of support given to mothers who return to...

Disrespect and abuse during facility?based childbirth in central Ethiopia

Exclusive breastfeeding continuation and associated factors among employed women in North Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study

Background Exclusive Breastfeeding (EBF) can prevent up to 13% of under-five mortality in...

“I Would Have Stayed Home if I Could Manage It Alone”: A Case Study of Ethiopian Mother Abandoned by Care Providers During Facility-Based Childbirth

Maternal mental health and partner-delivered massage: A pilot study

Women's experiences of birth trauma: A scoping review

Australian massage therapists’ views and practices related to preconception, pregnancy and the early postpartum period

Enablers and barriers of exclusive breastfeeding among employed women in low and lower middle-income countries

Objective: This systematic review and narrative synthesis aims to explore the specific...

Medication adherence among people of Indian ethnicity living with chronic disease following migration to Australia

Background: The self-management of chronic conditions is challenging for culturally and...

Midwives’ knowledge, attitudes and confidence in discussing maternal and childhood immunisation with parents: A national study

Midwives’ role in the provision of maternal and childhood immunisation information

The effectiveness of massage for reducing pregnant women's anxiety and depression; systematic review and meta-analysis

Work-related factors affecting exclusive breastfeeding among employed women in ethiopia: Managers’ perspective using a qualitative approach

Background: Only 21% of employed mothers in Ethiopia breastfeed exclusively until six months....

Bereaved parents' experiences of the police in the paediatric intensive care unit

Care providers' perspectives on disrespect and abuse of women during facility-based childbirth in Africa: A qualitative systematic review protocol

Filling the gaps in contemporary maternity care: The perceptions of complementary medicine practitioners providing care to women during pregnancy

Health behavior change and complementary medicine use: National health interview survey 2012

Researching people who are bereaved: Managing risks to participants and researchers

Setting priorities for health education research: A mixed methods study

Telephone triage in midwifery practice: A cross-sectional survey

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

The impact of the social and physical environments on parent–healthcare provider relationships when a child dies in PICU: Findings from a grounded theory study

Welcoming expertise: Bereaved parents’ perceptions of the parent–healthcare provider relationship when a critically ill child is admitted to the paediatric intensive care unit

When a Child Dies in the PICU: Practice Recommendations From a Qualitative Study of Bereaved Parents

Becoming a Team: The Nature of the Parent-Healthcare Provider Relationship when a Child is Dying in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Bereaved parents' experiences of research participation

Embedding assessment in a simulation skills training program for medical and midwifery students: A pre- and post-intervention evaluation

Gradually Disengaging: Parent–Health care Provider Relationships After a Child’s Death in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Nurses’ attitudes and behaviour towards patients’ use of complementary therapies: A mixed methods study

Nurses’ communication regarding patients’ use of complementary and alternative medicine

Registered Nurses’ communication about patients’ use of complementary therapies: A national survey

“Some were certainly better than others” – Bereaved parents’ judgements of healthcare providers in the paediatric intensive care unit: A grounded theory study

Telephone triage and midwifery: A scoping review

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

The changing nature of relationships between parents and healthcare providers when a child dies in the paediatric intensive care unit

The development of theoretical sampling in practice

A scoping review of mentorship of health personnel to improve the quality of health care in low and middle-income countries

Effects of mindfulness on maternal stress, depressive symptoms and awareness of present moment experience: A pilot randomised trial

Ethical and Practical Realities of Using Letters for Recruitment in Bereavement Research

Health care utilisation of women who experience pregnancy-related reflux, nausea and/or vomiting

Interprofessional Simulation-Based Education for Medical and Midwifery Students: A Qualitative Study

Interprofessional simulation of birth in a non-maternity setting for pre-professional students

Nurses’ attitudes towards complementary therapies: A systematic review and meta-synthesis

A Guide to Writing a Qualitative Systematic Review Protocol to Enhance Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Health Care

Health-care utilisation amongst pregnant women who experience sleeping problems and/or tiredness or fatigue: secondary analysis of a cross-sectional survey of 1835 pregnant women

Healthcare utilisation of pregnant women who experience sciatica, leg cramps and/or varicose veins: A cross-sectional survey of 1835 pregnant women

Mindfulness and perinatal mental health: A systematic review

Prevalence, patterns, and predictors of meditation use among US adults: A nationally representative survey

The effectiveness of complementary manual therapies for pregnancy-related back and pelvic pain A systematic review with meta-analysis

Characteristics of women who practice yoga in different locations during pregnancy

Complementary and alternative medicine: Interaction and communication between midwives and women

Differences between male and female consumers of complementary and alternative medicine in a national US population: A secondary analysis of 2012 NIHS data

Family experience and PICU death: A meta-synthesis

Parents' experiences of healthcare provider actions when their child dies: An integrative review of the literature

Support needs of breast-feeding women: Views of Australian midwives and health nurses

Support needs of breast-feeding women: Views of Australian midwives and health nurses

Objective: to explore the views of midwives and maternal-child health nurses regarding factors...

Does mindfulness training reduce the stress of pregnancy?

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'It's those first few weeks': Women's views about breastfeeding support in an Australian outer metropolitan region

Objective: To examine factors that influence the establishment and continuation of breastfeeding...

'It's those first few weeks': Women's views about breastfeeding support in an Australian outer metropolitan region

Breastfeeding mothers returning to work: Experiences of women at one university in Victoria, Australia

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Contextual factors that mediate midwives' behaviour towards pregnant women's use of complementary and alternative medicine

Exploring the impact of clinical placement models on undergraduate midwifery students

Exploring the impact of clinical placement models on undergraduate midwifery students

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From Darwin to constructivism: The evolution of grounded theory

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...

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

Keeping childbearing safe: Midwives' influence on women's use of complementary and alternative medicine

Navigating a safe path together: A theory of midwives' responses to the use of complementary and alternative medicine

Supporting breastfeeding through workplace, early childhood centre and family relations: Educators' experiences

Undergraduate midwifery students' sense of belongingness in clinical practice

Undergraduate midwifery students' sense of belongingness in clinical practice

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

Complementary and alternative medicine in midwifery practice: Managing the conflicts

The Environment of inpatient healthcare delivery and its influence on the outcome of care

The perspectives of Australian midwifery academics on barriers and enablers for simulation in midwifery education in Australia: A focus group study

The perspectives of Australian midwifery academics on barriers and enablers for simulation in midwifery education in Australia: A focus group study

Objective: to describe Australian midwifery academics' perceptions of the current barriers and...

Complementary medicine for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy: A review of the evidence

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Is simulation a substitute for real life clinical experience in midwifery? A qualitative examination of perceptions of educational leaders

Is simulation a substitute for real life clinical experience in midwifery? A qualitative examination of perceptions of educational leaders

This paper describes the perceptions of midwifery educational leaders concerning the potential...

The use of complementary and alternative medicine by pregnant women: A literature review

Complementary and alternative medicine: Where's the evidence?

Promoting careers in health to indigenous youth.

[No abstract available]

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Factors associated with early breastfeeding cessation in Frankston, Victoria: a descriptive study.

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