Jayne Lawrence

 Jayne Lawrence

Registered Nurse, Master of Midwifery

Jayne is a Lecturer in First Nations Rural Health (Clinical Educator), co-located within Bila Muuji in Dubbo.

A proud Wiradjuri woman born and bred in Dubbo, Jayne works specifically to facilitate professional placements of undergraduate health students and to grow student placement opportunities in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health settings across the Three Rivers rural footprint. She is passionate about improving health outcomes and growing the health workforce for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Jayne can assist students in preparing to undertake placement and support both clinicians and students during placement to enhance the experience of both the provider and student. She can provide cultural and clinical support to Indigenous students while on placement within the Three Rivers rural footprint.

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  • Clinical Midwifery Educator
  • Clinical Midwifery Facilitation at Southern Cross University

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Jayne's interest in research is to hear the voices of Aboriginal families, especially women, as to how best provide midwifery care and reduce the health gap of Aboriginal people.

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Professional memberships

  • AHPRA Nursing and Midwifery registered
  • Australian College of Midwives

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Live, study, work in Rural Australia