Julia is a lecturer and clinical educator in fluency disorders for both the bachelors and masters of Speech Pathology programs at Flinders University. Since starting at Flinders in 2010, she has also been involved in a variety of teaching and fluency related research projects looking at student learning and outcomes for fluency clients in a student clinic context. Julia currently works part time in private practice providing assessment and treatment of fluency disorders for children, adolescents and adults. She has also previously worked on a part time basis as a speech pathologist in a communicty based rehabilitation service for adults with acquired brain injury.
Bachelor of Arts (Monash University) 2005
Masters of Speech Pathology (Flinders University) 2009
2017 Vice President & Executive Dean's team teaching award: awarded to Julia McCulloch and Michelle Swift
Julia's key responsibilities include teaching and curriculum development for fluency topics in both the bachelors and masters of Speech Pathology programs. In her role as clinical educator, Julia provides clinical supervision and teaching to students completing early roster placements. She works collaboratively with the Clinical Education Coordinator to continue to develop appropriate learning opportunities for students on placement, provide additional services for fluency clients and develop clinical skills teaching and synergy of fluency disorders topic content with placement learning outcomes.
Julia is a certified practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia.
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