Heather Halls BSc (Hons) MSc MScSocSci
Heather is the Research and Teaching Coordinator at the International Centre for Point-of-Care Testing. She teaches in the Centre’s Graduate Certificate in Global Point-of-Care Testing and its topic on point-of-care testing in the 3rd year of the Bachelor of Medical Science, as well as in the University’s Medical Program. She also co-supervises Honours Degree students. Heather’s previous teaching experience includes tutoring in problem-based medicine at Adelaide and Flinders Universities and in the Biochemistry of Human Disease at Flinders University.
Heather also has a role in research and training in the field programs of the Centre including the QAAMS Program and the Diabetes Management Along the Mallee Track program. She has theoretical and practical knowledge of a wide range of point-of-care tests and is particularly interested in tests for cardiac, renal and liver function.
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