Amanda Bartlett is a credentialed diabetes educator and midwife. I began my career in 1984 in Oxford, UK where I studied to become a Registered General Nurse. In 1987, I immigrated to Australia and studied to become a midwife. I ...
Amanda Bartlett is a credentialed diabetes educator and midwife. I began my career in 1984 in Oxford, UK where I studied to become a Registered General Nurse. In 1987, I immigrated to Australia and studied to become a midwife. I have worked as a midwife since 1989, supporting women, partners and families.
In 2000, I completed a graduate certificate in diabetes education and management and now work both as a midwife and diabetes educator. I work with women whose pregnancies are complicated by diabetes, and women planning pregnancies with diabetes outside of pregnancy. I offer an individualised service, focused on the woman and family’s needs. I aim to deliver holistic care within a safe and ethical framework.
In early 2009 I commenced working in private practice, together with my position in the hospital offering services to all people affected with diabetes. I am a member of the Australian Diabetes Educators Association, Private Practice Special Interest Group, Australasian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society, Midwives Association, and Nurses Association. I sit on the ADEA Complaints Committee and co-chair an Australian Clinical Innovations group, focussing on diabetes in pregnancy.
I have been married for 19 years and we have 3 children. We live in the east of Sydney, and spend our time between school sport, ocean swimming and walking the family dog. Show more
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