The Strengths and Limitations of Models of Care: The BEST Study

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The Strengths and Limitations of Models of Care: The Birth Experience Study

Date:
Wednesday 06 March 2024 12:30 pm until Wednesday 06 March 2024 01:30 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Deborah Pidd
d.pidd@latrobe.edu.au;
Presented by:
Dr Hazel Keedle, Western Sydney University
Type of Event:
Seminar/Workshop/Training
Cost:
Free
Join via  Zoom:   https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/81730285814

Dr. Hazel Keedle is a Senior Lecturer of Midwifery and Director of Academic Programs for Midwifery at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University. She has over two decades of experience as a clinician in nursing and midwifery, educator, and researcher. Her research interests are vaginal birth after caesarean, birth trauma, and maternity experiences, which she explores primarily using feminist mixed methodologies.

Dr. Keedle's work is recognised nationally and internationally. She has made many invited conference and seminar presentations, and her research has been widely published in academic journals and books. She is the author of the book "Birth after Caesarean: Your Journey to a Better Birth," which is based on her PhD findings. Dr. Keedle is also the lead researcher on the largest maternity experiences survey, The Birth Experience Study. In September 2022, she became the Editor in Chief of The Practising Midwife Australia from All4Maternity.

Dr Keedle is passionate about improving the experiences of women during childbirth. She is committed to using her research to advocate for women's rights and to ensure that all women have access to respectful, supportive maternity care.

In this lunchtime seminar, [Hazel] will speak about a paper published in late 2023 that explored the strengths and limitations of models of care from the women’s perspective. This data was collated as part of Australia’s largest maternity experiences survey, The Birth Experience Study. In this paper the comments from women about their health care provider were analysed using a strengths and limitations framework.


The Judith Lumley Centre lunchtime seminars are free and open to all.  Held on the first Wednesday of every month from February to December. These seminars showcase the work of national and international academics/researchers.

Find out more about the School of Nursing and Midwifery and the Judith Lumley Centre

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