Amanda has a long and diverse association with Flinders University. She has studied here as an undergraduate and postgraduate student and been employed in both professional and academic positions. Most recently she was a Research Associate for close to 10 years with the Research Centre for Injury Studies and managed the Australian Spinal Cord Injury Register (ASCIR) on behalf of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. In 2021, she commenced postgraduate study again, this time in Public Health, and now works within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as an academic tutor/teacher. Her areas of interest and experience include disability, mental health and the alcohol and other drug sectors.
Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment, 2010
Master of Social Work, Flinders University, 2002
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sociology), Flinders University, 1996
Current Tutoring/Teaching Topics
DSRS1211 Introduction to Disability and Neurodiversity
HLTH1304 Interpersonal and Interprofessional Communication
DSRS3234 Case Management and Support Coordination
2012 -2016 Flinders University Medical Course Problem Based Learning: HPS 1B Epidemiology and Biostatistics
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