Projects per year
Gayle is a senior lecturer in Nursing and Midwifery at Monash University. She is a registered nurse and registered midwife who has worked in a variety of clinical settings. After completing her PhD in 2016 investigating the clinical profile of childbearing women attended by Victorian paramedics, she has continued to build upon her interest in interprofessional collaboration. By providing authentic clinical experiences using technology and simulation, Gayle aims to support the transition from being undergraduates to qualified personnel for health students. Gayle has been a member of interprofessional health teams exploring the impact of interprofessional education for students’ from different undergraduate health disciplines, especially in the provision of maternity care. Gayle also continues to build her research profile in other research projects. She has participated in research activities in a broad range of areas including education, women’s health, emergency maternity care, maternity and midwifery practice.
Research area keywords
- Interprofessional Education
- Interprofessional Practice
- Prehospital maternity
- Simulation based education
- Online teaching and learning
This project investigates midwifery and medical students’ knowledge, self-efficacy and satisfaction following simulation of inter-professional management of primary postpartum haemorrhage.
1/07/17 → 30/06/18
Simulation of the management of unplanned births: an innovative strategy for interprofessional learning involving undergraduate paramedics, midwives and nurses.
1/03/14 → 2/03/15
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review Article › Research › peer-review
Investigating a hospital based HypnoBirthing program on birth outcomes: a retrospective cross-sectional matched cohort studyMcMillin, R., Carr, B. & McLelland, G., 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › Other › peer-review
Undergraduate midwifery and medical students’ interprofessional management of simulated post-partum haemorrhageEast, C., McLelland, G., Corlass, A., Dix, S., Tremayne, A., Fernando, S., Kumar, A., Plummer, V., Corlass, A. & Hall, H., 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › Other › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review Article › Other › peer-review
Embedding assessment in a simulation skills training program for medical and midwifery students: A pre- and post-intervention evaluationKumar, A., Nestel, D., East, C., Hay, M., Lichtwark, I., Mclelland, G., Bentley, D., Hall, H., Fernando, S., Hobson, S., Larmour, L., Dekoninck, P. & Wallace, E. M., Feb 2018, In : Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 58, 1, p. 40-46 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Midwifery and medical students’ knowledge, self-efficacy and satisfaction following simulation of inter-professional management of primary postpartum haemorrhage
Gayle McLelland (Recipient), Helen Hall (Recipient), Virginia Margaret Plummer (Recipient), Samantha Jane Dix (Recipient), Anne Therese Tremayne (Recipient), Arunaz Kumar (Recipient), Christine East (Recipient), B Carr (Recipient), Heather Buttigieg (Recipient) & Shakyalal Vidhura Fernando (Recipient), 7 Jun 2017
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)