Ms Emma Prisk

Research Assistant

College of Medicine and Public Health

place Sturt West

Emma Graduated from the Bachelor of Medical Sciences in 2019, while working casually at the Flinders International Centre for Point of Care Testing after completing MDSC3100 as part of her undergraduate degree. In January 2020, Emma joined the team full time working within the chronic, acute and teaching themes/programs in the centre.

Emma works as part of the QAAMS program (Quality Assurance for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Medical Services) as the QAAMS coordinator for SA and NT. Emma also works as part of the Northern Territory Point-of-Care Testing Program, which operates in over 80 health centres across the Northern Territory and surrounding states in Australia and is a part of the Northern Territory Point-of-Care Testing Management Committee. Finally, she assists in co-ordination and tutoring within the MDSC3100: Point of Cart Testing: Application, Management and Effectiveness course which is an elective in the Bachelor of Medical Sciences degree at Flinders University.

Qualifications

Bachelor Medical Sciences (BMedSc) - Flinders University

Graduate Diploma in Project Management - UniSA

Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Human Movement and Nutrition) - UniSA

Honours, awards and grants

Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation 2019 - BMedSc

Key responsibilities

Research Scientist - QAAMS Program, NT i-STAT Program and Tutoring in MDSC3100

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