In addition to children's books, Tara has written other materials.
Here are some examples of her work.
Accidental Feminists: Review and Response. Australian Midwifery News, Spring 2019, pp 54-55
A workforce In Crisis: Has anything changed? Australian Midwifery News, Autumn 2017, pp 24-26
Answering an EOI to review an e-learning course, Australian Midwifery News, Spring 2015, pp 20-21
Review of Unscrambling Grief, Australian Midwifery News, Spring 2014, p 48
The web of mentoring, Australian Midwifery News, Autumn 2013, pp 18-20
The Australian College of Midwifes Domestic Violence Modules: In December 2019 Tara was commissioned to review this course, create content that was current and relevant across Australia and create quiz questions to assess the participant's understanding.The module topics were:
The Australian College of Midwives Refresher Program for Midwives: Tara worked on this project as a technical writer from February 2018-April 2019, updating and writing additional content, quiz questions and case studies for the four core modules of this online course. The modules were:
Dehydration: considerations and concerns for the midwife: During May and August 2014 Tara was commissioned by the Australian College of Midwives to research and write the midwifery content for this e-learning course. She also wrote some scenarios for assessment.
Neonatal Resuscitation: In April 2014 She wrote some scenarios for assessment for this e-learning course by the Australian College of Midwives.
The Joy of Autonomy in Vernon D(ed) With Women. Midwives Experiences: from shift work to continuity of care, 2007, Australian College of Midwives, Canberra, Australia, p 187-195
From November 2015 - August 2018 Tara was a volunteer reviewer for Raising Literacy Australia, reviewing adult and young adult books for the Big Book Club web pages.