Donovan Jones and Shanna Fealy spoke at the 73rd NSWNMA Annual Conference on applying innovative technology to midwifery education and practice. They look at the role of virtual and augmented reality in midwifery.
Angie Gittus and Sarah Elyard spoke at the 2018 NSWNMA Environmental Health Forum about their experiences on the frontline protesting at the Adani site in QLD.
Jane Currie, spoke at the NSWNMA’s 2018 Environmental Health seminar on ‘Mass Casualty Education’.
Megan Shaw, spoke at our 2018 Environmental Health Seminar talking about the sustainability journey of the Children’s Hospital, Randwick.
Victoria Cran, registered nurse from Concord Hospital, Sydney spoke at the NSWNMA’s 2018 Environmental Health seminar about the future of recycling in the operating setting.
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Duane Miller spoke at the NSWNMA’s 2018 Environmental Health Seminar and talks about forming a ‘green team’ at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne and the great results they’ve achieved.
Teresa Lewis, PhD Candidate, University of Wollongong spoke at the April 2018 Environmental Health Seminar on “Dispelling the enigma surrounding environmentally sustainable activities in nursing /midwifery practice”.
ICU Nurse Libby Barnes spoke at the NSWNMA’s recent Environmental forum and talks about the recycling and sustainability that she started at her hospital.
International best-selling author and Clinical Midwifery Educator Fiona McArthur spoke at the NSWNMAs recent midwifery forum on Diversity in midwifery: Aussie Midwives.
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