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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

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...

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...

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...

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....

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,...

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...

'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...

Exploring the impact of clinical placement models on undergraduate midwifery students

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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...

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...

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...

Promoting careers in health to indigenous youth.

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