Dr Amanda Carter
Dr Amanda Carter
Program Director, Bachelor of Midwifery, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Efficacy of teaching methods used to develop critical thinking in nursing and midwifery undergraduate students: A systematic review of the literature
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse education today 40, 209-218, 2016
822016
Evaluation of tools used to measure critical thinking development in nursing and midwifery undergraduate students: a systematic review
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse Education Today 35 (7), 864-874, 2015
822015
Midwifery students׳ experiences of an innovative clinical placement model embedded within midwifery continuity of care in Australia
AG Carter, E Wilkes, J Gamble, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy
Midwifery 31 (8), 765-771, 2015
452015
Using the five senses of success framework to understand the experiences of midwifery students enroled in an undergraduate degree program
M Sidebotham, J Fenwick, A Carter, J Gamble
Midwifery 31 (1), 201-207, 2015
422015
Using root cause analysis to promote critical thinking in final year Bachelor of Midwifery students
AG Carter, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy, J Fenwick, J Gamble
Nurse education today 34 (6), 1018-1023, 2014
212014
Critical thinking evaluation in reflective writing: Development and testing of Carter Assessment of Critical Thinking in Midwifery (Reflection)
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Midwifery 54, 73-80, 2017
192017
Development and psychometric testing of the Carter Assessment of Critical Thinking in Midwifery (Preceptor/Mentor version)
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Midwifery 34, 141-149, 2016
162016
Critical thinking skills in midwifery practice: Development of a self-assessment tool for students
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Midwifery 50, 184-192, 2017
122017
Strengthening partnerships: The involvement of health care providers in the evaluation of authentic assessment within midwifery undergraduate education
AG Carter, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy, J Fenwick, J Gamble
Nurse education in practice 15 (4), 327-332, 2015
122015
Maternal positions and mobility during first stage labour
L Lewis, J Webster, A Carter, CCM McVeigh, PPDM Devenish‐Meares
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2002
92002
Measuring critical thinking in pre-registration midwifery students: A multi-method approach
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse Education Today 61, 169-174, 2018
82018
Critical thinking in midwifery practice: A conceptual model.
AG Carter, DK Creedy, M Sidebotham
Nurse education in practice 33, 114, 2018
72018
Midwives transition to practice: Expectations and experiences
M Griffiths, J Fenwick, AG Carter, M Sidebotham, J Gamble
Nurse education in practice 41, 102641, 2019
32019
Rethinking midwifery refresher programs as a recruitment strategy
K Flowers, A Carter
Australian Health Review 27 (1), 118-123, 2004
22004
Response to Midwifery students׳ experiences of an innovative clinical placement model embedded within midwifery continuity of care in Australia
AG Carter, E Wilkes, J Gamble, M Sidebotham, DK Creedy
Midwifery 31 (10), e97-e98, 2015
12015
Development of a critical thinking measure for undergraduate midwifery students
A Carter, D Creedy, M Sidebotham
Women and Birth, S42, 2015
12015
Midwifery students embedded in continuity: Students’ and mentors’ experiences
A Carter, K McDonald-Smith, E Wilkes, P O’Luanaigh, J Gamble, ...
Women and Birth 28, S10, 2015
12015
Validation of the MidACE tool–Students’ perceptions of the Midwifery Academic role in clinical environments
M Griffiths, DK Creedy, AG Carter
Women and Birth, 2020
2020
Critical Thinking
DPA Column, EMD Column, DEG Column, AL Back, W Recollections
2019
Measuring Critical Thinking in Midwifery Students
AG Carter
2017
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