BSc (Hons), Murdoch
2017 - Academic Status Holder, School of Medicine
2010-2016; Leadership role in developing ICT strategic directions, and facilitiating integration of ICT into all aspects of University activities, based within the Office of the PVC (Information Services).
2014 - 2016; acting leadership of the Centre for Educational ICT and Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, central groups that drive use of educational technology and related education design and support within Flinders, including developing Flinders' learning and teaching presence online
Development of research, curricula and community engagement in use of ICT in health.
Basic science interests in the Microculation and lymohatic system in normal and disease states.
Applied interest in the use of technology in education and health.
Research and advocacy profile in telehealth, especially to those 'ageing in place' (in the home)
Basic Anatomy and Physiology. Colin developed one of the first MOOCs at Flinders; The Human Body as a Machine (Open2Study; https://www.open2study.com/courses/the-human-body-as-a-machine)
Microcirculation and Lymphatics
Digital Health Systems, Telehealth
Innovative use and impact of ICT in Learning and Teaching
Use of simulation, gaming and virtual / augmented reality paradigms in Teaching and Learning
2013-2014 Lead, Telehealth in the Home Pilot Trial, 20013-2014, funded by the Australian Government
Current Member, Ex Treasurer, Australasian TeleHealth Society
Current Member, Ex Secretary, Austalian and New Zealand Microcirculation Society
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