Lecturer, Nursing and Midwifery and Midwifery Program Leader, University of the Sunshine Coast
PhD Sunshine Coast, MMid Sunshine Coast, GradDipMid Aust.Cath., BNursSc Qld.UT
Dr Kendall George has an extensive background both as a registered nurse and midwife and has worked in many diverse clinical areas including; intensive care, rural and remote and emergency nursing. Kendall has practised midwifery in a range of models including large tertiary health care settings, team midwifery and private practice.
Kendall commenced teaching at USC in 2008 and has worked in roles as a clinical facilitator, researcher, tutor, lecturer and course coordinator. Currently Kendall is program leader for the Bachelor of Midwifery and Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery. She is also a Visiting Research Fellow (Maternal and Child Health) at the Sunshine Coast Hospital Health Service. Kendall's PhD study was titled "The Parenting Premmies Support Program: developing and piloting a mobile health intervention for mothers of preterm infants". Kendall is passionate about maternal and child health, in particular the relationship between mother and child and normalising infant behaviour.
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