Amy Corlass

Grad Cert Pharmacology & Diagnostics and Investigation., BMid

Lecturer

Contact

t: +61 3 9904 4522
e: amy.corlass@monash.edu
Amy's Researcher Profile

Biography

Amy Corlass joined the academic team in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the Monash University, Peninsula Campus in July 2017.

Following completion of the Bachelor of Midwifery, Amy gained extensive experience working as a Midwife in hospital, community and home care settings, including recognition as a Medicare Eligible Midwife. In July 2017 Amy transitioned to academic work in the education of Midwifery and Nursing students.

Amy is currently undertaking further Post Grad qualifications and aspires to complete her PHD in the future.

Teaching

  • NUR2005 – Introduction to maternity and paediatric nursing
  • NUR1013 – Indigenous health for nursing and midwifery practice
  • MID1000 -- Introduction to Midwifery
  • MID4001 - Preparation for practice (midwifery)
 

Research interests

  • providing intimate care
  • midwifery and nursing education

Research methodologies

  • mixed methods
  • qualitative methods
 

Research projects

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Research grants

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Supervision projects

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Professional engagement/service

  • Member of the Indigenous Health Curriculum Committee
  • Mentor/Support for MNM Indigenous students
  • Member of the Indigenous Health Curriculum Committee [IHCC]
  • Member of the Innovative Teaching Community of Practice
  • Member of Midwifery Research team
  • Member of the Women’s Health Research group
  • Facilitator of the Women’s Health Emergency Workshops [WHEW]
  • Facilitator of the Women’s Health Inter Professional Learning Workshops [WHIPL]
 

Professional affiliations

  • Australian College of Midwives member
 

Boards/committees

  • Indigenous Health Curriculum Committee
 

Publications

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