Fleur is a graduate of the Flinders University Master of Audiology. Since graduating in 2008 she has worked in a number of diverse settings as a clinical audiologist. These include a private adult rehabilitation and hearing aid fitting clinic, hospital and community health settings working with adults and paediatrics, and an adult cochlear implant clinic.
Fleur has been working at Flinders University since 2011 where she has managed a school-based hearing screening program for Aboriginal children funded by the Department for Education. Fleur is also involved in the Aboriginal hearing screening field trips to the APY Lands along with her colleague Karen Sparrow. Fleur also works as a clinician and clinical educator in the Flinders University Health2GO clinic.
Fleur is currently the topic coordinator and lecturer for first year Clinical Audiology and Professional Studies topics. Fleur is passionate about teaching the core clinical skills in an easy, hands on and relatable way!
Fleur is currently the audiology Placement Education Coordinator and has recently commenced her PhD where she is hoping to create and investigate new ways of using technology to engage and connect students and supervisors whilst on clinical placements.
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Master of Audiology
Lecturer in Audiology
Topic Coordinator Clinical Audiology 1 and 2
Topic Coordinator Professional Studies 1 and 2
Placement Education Coordinator
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