- Master of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery
- maternal and child health
- infant mental health
- parenting practices
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 emergency nursing. Kendall has practiced midwifery in a rance of models including large tertiary health care settings, team midwifery and private practice. Kendall currently provides homebirth services for a small number of women each year.
Kendall commenced teaching at USC in 2008 and has worked in roles as a clinical facilitator, researcher, tutor, lecturer and course coordinator. Kendall is passionate about maternal and child health, in particular the relationship between mother and child.
|Project name||Investigators||Funding body||Year|
|Supporting and mentoring young mothers at university||Rowe, J, Barnes, M, Reed, R, Allan, J and George, K||USC Equity Grant||2009|
|Making Baby's Bed: Historical and contemporary images of mother infant interaction||Barnes, M, George, K, and Rowe, J||USC Equity Grant||2011|
|The Staying Connected Project||Barnes, M, Rowe, J, and George, K||Wishlist Sunshine Coast Health Foundation Research Grant Scheme||2012|