Daniella is a Registered Nurse and Associate Lecturer for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences with over 10 years clinical experience within the acute and aged care sectors with qualifications in dementia care; health service management and forensic nursing. Her current PhD is focused on the level of dementia content in the undergraduate nursing curriculum and the knowledge, attitudes, skills and understanding of dementia in undergraduate nursing students. Her other research interests include the impact of the e-learning environment on the student experience and how this environment can be optimised to enhance student learning.
Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration)
Bachelor of Health Science (Honours)
Graduate Diploma in Health Service Management
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Forensic Nursing
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Education
Research in simulation in undergraduate nursing; online nursing education and dementia education in undergraduate nursing programs
Student Learning Experiences
Undergraduate Nursing Education
Law and Ethics
Anatomy and Physiology
Primary Health Care
Transition from Hospital to Home/Community
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) – 2005 to present.
Palliative Care Council of South Australia (Member) – 2016 – Present.
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