Adrian is Professor at the College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University, and a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE). He is affilliated with the Prideaux Discipline of Clinical Education and played an instrumental role in establishing a solid foundation for the physiotherapy course at Flinders University to underpin the musculoskeletal and inter-professional practice curriculum and clinical placement partnerships. Before moving into these programs Adrian was deputy director of the Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health (Flinders University and Deakin University). Starting with physiotherapy he established an allied health workforce enhancement project, funded by the Victorian Department of Human Services, which evolved under his leadership into a state-wide continuing education program for 22 allied professions in Victoria that also provided online access to allied health in other Australian jurisdictions.
Interests include clinical and continuing education, complexity science and transformative learning. Adrian is a member of the Master in Clinical Education Program’s Advisory Board to oversee the next curriculum enhancement iteration of the program, a member of the International Network for Health Workforce Educators’ (INHWE) Advisory Board. Adrian is also one of the developers of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators' mentor program to assist mentees in developing a research track record and their path to potential Fellowship of the association. As such he is supporting a number of mentees.
He finds it rewarding to see students/health professionals developing into leaders who can work well in complex systems. Adrian's research and consultancy work includes working with peers from very different disciplines and includes the development of a virtual training tool to acquire and maintain motivational interviewing skills. Associated work informs policymakers, administrators, educators and health professionals, and can be found on ResearchGate, LinkedIn and Flinders University’s website.
Supporting health professionals and clinical educators to work in complex adaptive systems through leadership, clinical supervision training and research. Interests include rural health and interprofessional practice (particularly in the area of chronic disease management), musculoskeletal management, assessment of learning, research methods and supervision trainng.
Adrian is one of the developers of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators' mentor program to assist mentees in developing a research track record and their path to potential Fellowship of the association. As such he is supporting a number of mentees.
Member/Affiliate of the:
International Network for Health Workforce Educators Advisory Board's Lead for Caring for Vulnerable People
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