Lisa Morgan

Lisa Morgan

Director | Assistant Professor

Midwifery Education Program
07-4, Portables Sudbury Campus

Biography

I am an Assistant Professor in the Midwifery Education Program and am currently pursuing a PhD through the School of Rural and Northern Health.

Education

  • B.Sc. Food Science - University of Alberta
  • B.H.Sc. Midwifery - McMaster University
  • M.A. Midwifery Practice - Thames Valley University London England

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor 2015

Research

The focus of my PhD research is an examination of the perceptions of women in northern Ontario about their reproductive health care. This a mixed methods study consisting of an anonymous survey followed by in-depth interviews. I am currently preparing my results for publication.

Awards

  • Teaching

    MIDW 3425

    MIDW 3056

    MIDW 4004

    MIDW 4024

    Publications

    Morgan, L. (2012) Defining professional behaviour in midwifery practice. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice, 11(2) :38-41.


    Morgan, L., and Wabie, J.L. (2012) Aboriginal women’s access and acceptance of reproductive health care. Pimatisiwin: A journal of indigenous and aboriginal community health, 10(3):313-326.


    Beites, C.L. & Morgan, L. (2014) Evening Primrose Oil for Cervical Ripening. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice, 13(2): 47-49. 


    Morgan, L., Carson, G., Gagnon, A. & Blake, J. (2014) Collaborative Practice among Obstetricians, Family Physicians and Midwives. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 186(17):1279-1280.


    Morgan, L. (2014) Conceptualizing Woman-Centred Care in Midwifery. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice. 14(1):8-15.


                Cook, J.L., Green, C.R., de la Ronde, S., Dell, C.A., Graves, L., Morgan, L., Ordean, A., Ruiter, J. (2017) Screening       

                and Management of Substance Use in Pregnancy: A Review.  Journal of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada,

                39(10):897-905.