Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Bringing rural nurses, midwives & rural communities closer together: eliminating the isolation barrier through technology

Jean  Ross

Dr Jean Ross

qualifications: MA (Nursing)

contribution: wrote the first draft, original concept

position: Principal Lecturer

New Zealand

Researcher and academic with specific interest in rural nursing and rural community well being.


sarah  stewart

Sarah Stewart

qualifications: MA

contribution: supplied data, contributed to drafts

position: Senior Lecturer

New Zealand

I am a senior lecturer in midwifery and a practising midwife in Dunedin. I am also a PhD student enrolled at the Centre for Online Health, University of Queensland. My research interests are currently mentoring, especially online mentoring. I am currently working with Blue Care, Queensland, running a RCT comparing e-mentoring with face-to-face mentoring and/or professional development and support. I am hoping to show that e-mentoring is a viable option for health professionals, especially those who work in rural and remote areas


Howard  Baldwin

Howard Baldwin

qualifications: MA

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: ePrincipal OtagoNet


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