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Ms Rosemary King

Lecturer, Midwifery

School of Health




Mt Helen Campus, Online

Timorese women's experiences and expectations of skilled birth attendance in Timor-Leste: A qualitative inquiry

Management of hyperlactation using pseudoephedrine — a case report

Hyperlactation refers to excessive breastmilk production over and above the infant’s needs. It...

  • Journals

Key factors deterring women's engagement with skilled birth attendants in three districts of Timor-Leste. A qualitative descriptive study

Objective: To describe the barriers to women's access to maternity services in three districts of...

Deteriorating Patients: Global Reach and Impact of an E-Simulation Program

Background E-simulation may enable a feasible education solution to the management of...

Utilisation of maternal health services in Ethiopia: a key informant research project

This article explores the application of key informant research to examine barriers and...

Barriers and facilitators to accessing skilled birth attendants in Afar region, Ethiopia

Objective: to explore barriers and facilitators that enable women to access skilled birth...

Researching maternal, neonatal and child health service use in rural and pastoralist Ethiopia: A key informant research approach

  • Book Chapters

Juggling Type 1 Diabetes and pregnancy in rural Australia

Perceptions of people with type 2 diabetes about self management and the efficacy of community based services

Self-management has become a key strategy for managing the health care of people with...

Regional special care nursery environments: navigating the role of mother

  • Conference Proceedings

Illness attributions and myocardial infarction: The influence of gender and socio-economic circumstances on illness beliefs