Mrs Kerrie Wisely
University Newcastle Department of Rural Health
Kerrie Wisely is a Lecturer in Women Adolescent and Children’s Health at the University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health (UONDRH) in Taree. Kerrie graduated from Macarthur Institute of Higher Education with a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) in 1995 and a Graduate Diploma in Midwifery from UWS in 1997.
As a midwife, Kerrie has been providing services to her local community for over 20 years. She also has a strong interest in medical and interprofessional education.
- Graduate Diploma in Midwifery, University of Western Sydney
- Bachelor of Science (Nursing), Macarthur Institute Higher Education
- Interprofessional Education
- Rural Health
- Women Adolescent and Children's Health
Fields of Research
|420403||Psychosocial aspects of childbirth and perinatal mental health||50|
|320224||Rural clinical health||50|
DVC(A) Educator Innovation and Impact Award
The University of Newcastle
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Journal article (1 outputs)
Pennell C, Chen SQ, Kluckow H, Wisely K, Walker B, 'Live streamed ward rounds a tool for clinical teaching during the COVID - 19 pandemic', MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 213 306-308 (2020) [C1]
Conference (1 outputs)
Hawkins N, Little A, Carter L, Cone L, Wisely K, Norris J, Ferns J, 'Escaping the lecture theatre: A team effort', Escaping the lecture theatre: A team effort, Melbourne (2020)
Grants and Funding
|Number of grants||1|
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20191 grants / $3,406
Funding body: the Educator Network (tEN)
|Funding body||the Educator Network (tEN)|
Mrs Jane Ferns, Mrs Natasha Hawkins, Mrs Kerrie Wisely, Ms Jenny Norris, Mrs Alexandra Little, Ms Lani De Silva, Ms Lauren Cone
|Scheme||Teaching and Innovation Investment Scheme (TI2)|
|Type Of Funding||Internal|