Mary Sidebotham Associate Professor
Mary Sidebotham Associate Professor
Transforming Maternity Care Collaborative
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Prevalence of burnout, depression, anxiety and stress in Australian midwives: a cross-sectional survey
DK Creedy, M Sidebotham, J Gamble, J Pallant, J Fenwick
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 17 (1), 1-8, 2017
Evaluation of tools used to measure critical thinking development in nursing and midwifery undergraduate students: a systematic review
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse Education Today 35 (7), 864-874, 2015
Level of burnout in a small population of Australian midwives
K Jordan, J Fenwick, V Slavin, M Sidebotham, J Gamble
Women and Birth 26 (2), 125-132, 2013
Efficacy of teaching methods used to develop critical thinking in nursing and midwifery undergraduate students: A systematic review of the literature
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse education today 40, 209-218, 2016
The emotional wellbeing of New Zealand midwives: Comparing responses for midwives in caseloading and shift work settings.
L Dixon, K Guilliland, J Pallant, M Sidebotham, J Fenwick, ...
New Zealand college of midwives journal, 2017
The emotional and professional wellbeing of Australian midwives: a comparison between those providing continuity of midwifery care and those not providing continuity
J Fenwick, M Sidebotham, J Gamble, DK Creedy
Women and Birth, 2017
Egg donation—the donor's view: an aid to future recruitment
LM Byrd, M Sidebotham, B Lieberman
Human Fertility 5 (4), 175-182, 2002
Teaching evidence based practice and research through blended learning to undergraduate midwifery students from a practice based perspective
S Mary, J Julie, G Jennifer
Nurse Education in Practice 14 (2), 220-224, 2014
Midwifery students׳ experiences of an innovative clinical placement model embedded within midwifery continuity of care in Australia
AG Carter, E Wilkes, J Gamble, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy
Midwifery 31 (8), 765-771, 2015
Using the five senses of success framework to understand the experiences of midwifery students enroled in an undergraduate degree program
M Sidebotham, J Fenwick, A Carter, J Gamble
Midwifery 31 (1), 201-207, 2015
Midwives’ perceptions of their role within the context of maternity service reform: an appreciative inquiry
M Sidebotham, J Fenwick, S Rath, J Gamble
Women and Birth 28 (2), 112-120, 2015
Development of a model of holistic reflection to facilitate transformative learning in student midwives
J Bass, J Fenwick, M Sidebotham
Women and Birth 30 (3), 227-235, 2017
Midwifery empowerment: National surveys of midwives from Australia, New Zealand and Sweden
I Hildingsson, J Gamble, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy, K Guilliland, L Dixon, ...
Midwifery 40, 62-69, 2016
Personal, professional and workplace factors that contribute to burnout in Australian midwives
J Fenwick, A Lubomski, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Journal of advanced nursing 74 (4), 852-863, 2018
Assessment of the quality and applicability of an e-portfolio capstone assessment item within a bachelor of midwifery program
K Baird, J Gamble, M Sidebotham
Nurse Education in Practice 20, 11-16, 2016
Further validation of the perceptions of empowerment in midwifery scale
JF Pallant, L Dixon, M Sidebotham, J Fenwick
Midwifery 31 (10), 941-945, 2015
Using root cause analysis to promote critical thinking in final year Bachelor of Midwifery students
AG Carter, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy, J Fenwick, J Gamble
Nurse education today 34 (6), 1018-1023, 2014
International networking: connecting midwives through social media
S Stewart, M Sidebotham, D Davis
International nursing review 59 (3), 431-434, 2012
Australian midwives’ intentions to leave the profession and the reasons why
K Harvie, M Sidebotham, J Fenwick
Women and Birth 32 (6), e584-e593, 2019
Critical thinking evaluation in reflective writing: Development and testing of Carter Assessment of Critical Thinking in Midwifery (Reflection)
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Midwifery 54, 73-80, 2017
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