Lyn Ebert




Lyn is a senior lecturer and the Bachelor of Midwifery Program Convenor at the University of Newcastle in New South Wales Australia. She started her nursing training in 1975 and midwifery training in 1989. She went on to complete a graduate certificate in neonatal nursing and then embarked upon her tertiary education, gaining a Masters in Nursing by coursework, a Masters of Philosophy – Midwifery and in 2012, a Doctor of Philosophy in Midwifery.

Lyn teaches midwifery and neonatal nursing at the University of Newcastle to undergraduate students.

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Oct 17th 2016

This midwifery course covers the history of the profession and what it means to be a midwife today. This course will benefit those who are interested in doing midwifery as a career choice. This course will allow you to see the scope of practice of the midwife and understand that the focus of midwifery care is the woman. If you are considering a career in midwifery or a parent–to-be, this course will give you insight into the world of the midwife, pregnancy and childbirth. You will explore the role of the midwife in working with women and their families during pregnancy, labour and birth and the time following birth when the woman is supported in her new role as a mother.

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