Research from Bilous, Emma
Emma joined the School of Midwifery in 2010 and is a Lecturer/Student Practice Facilitator at the Central Otago satellite site, based in Wanaka. She graduated from Otago Polytechnic as a midwife in 1998 and established Mountain Mamas Midwives in Wanaka. Working in a rural location, Emma is acutely aware of the issues surrounding remote rural midwifery in New Zealand and is passionate about supporting and educating rural midwives.
Conference Contribution - Other
Bilous, E. (2016) MYTH BUSTING and MIDWIFERY: the lived experience of providing remote rural maternity care in a changed maternity environment. The National Rural Health Conference March 31st - 3 April 2016; Dunedin, New Zealand. http://www.nationalruralhealthconference.co.nz/nrhc16/programme/presentations#friday