College of Medicine and Public Health
Annie has lived and worked in Central Australia since 1992, working as a physiotherapist in urban community health, rehabilitation, remote allied health practice and aged care.
Annie commenced at the Centre for Remote Health in 2012 after some time as a casual lecturer in Allied Health and undergraduate Nursing. She has taught into the Context of Remote and Indigenous health, Recognising and responding to dementia in remote and Indigenous communities, Working with people with disabilities in remote and Indigenous contexts, and is currently involved in further research on assessment and case management with Indigenous people.
Other roles with CRH include development and placement of undergraduate Allied Health and Nursing students.
Master Remote Indigenous Health
GradDipArts (Aboriginal Studies)
CertIV Workplace Assessment and Training
Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors
2019 Most Outstanding Graduate - Centre for Remote Health prize
2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching - Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning
2016 Executive Dean's Teaching Excellent Award - Introduction to Central Australian Aboriginal Cultures and Contexts
Academic Lead - Centre for Remote Health
Lecturer in Primary Health Care, Allied health, Disabilities and Dementia
Undergraduate student placement development and coordination
Member - Services for Australian Rural and Remote Health (SARRAH). Current member of the 2018 conference organising committee
Vice President - Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG)
Member - Australian Physiotherapy Association
Member - Student Placement Coordinator's Network of the Australian Rural Health Education Network (SPCN ARHEN)
Member - Australian Government Aged Care Planning Advisory Committee (NT) (Ministerial appointment)
Past board member - General Practice Network Northern Territory
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