Associate Professor

Christine Catling

As voluntary Administrator and Coordinator of the ACM Australian Midwifery History Project, Christine has been instrumental in the early development of the project, providing organisational support and liaison between members of the steering group, the national office, the NSW Branch History and Archives committee and other key stakeholders.

Christine has been a midwife for 26 years. Over that time, she has had a variety of roles in research, education, practice and antenatal education. She is a mother and grandmother and likes to sing.

Currently, Christine is an NHMRC Research Fellow within the Faculty of Health at UTS studying Group Clinical Supervision as a supportive strategy for midwives. She is the coordinator of the National Publicly-funded Homebirth Consortium, which acts as a network and resource for managers, policy makers, researchers and all involved in developing and sustaining publicly funded home birth models.

Christine’s publication listing can be found on her UTS Staff Profile

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