I have worked as a Paramedic with the Ambulance Service since 2006, and have always sought opportunities to engage in the education of tomorrow's paramedics. In 2012 I started a Master of Clinical Education and started working in the tertiary education sector, and soon began working with the Clinical Education course staff (now part of the Prodesux Centre). While continuing my clinical work, I completed formal coursework qualifications and a PhD in Health Professional Education, giving me insight into the nexus of concurrent clinical practice, teaching, and research.
Doctor of Philosophy (2017, Flinders University)
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education (2015, Flinders University)
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (2013, TAFE)
Graduate Diploma of Divinity (2010, Bible College of SA)
Graduate Certificate in Intercultural Studies, with major study in International Health Development (2006, Tabor Adelaide)
Bachelor of Paramedic Science (2005, Flinders University)
PhD Scholarship recipient, Australian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium
Vice Chancellor's Teaching Award, 2016, Master of Clinical Education Team award
Lecturing and coordinating core topics in the Master of Clinical Education
Conducting research investigating examiner decision making in high-stakes medical performance assessments
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