Lucy Chipchase is a Professor with the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. After receiving her Diploma of Physiotherapy in 1985, she was a physiotherapist with St Peters Hospital in the United Kingdom before moving to Australia and practicing across several states in Australia. Concurrent with running a private practice she completed a Masters of Applied Science in 1993 and then a Doctor of Philosophy (Physiotherapy Education) in 2007. Previously, Professor Chipchase has held academic positions with the University of South Australia, University of Queensland, Western Sydney University and University of Canberra before joining the team at Flinders University in 2019.
During the course of her career, Professor Chipchase has published over 130 papers in peer reviewed journals and has been the chief investigator on over 30 research grants including the NHMRC and the Australian Department of Health. She has supervised dozens of Masters and PhD students and helped them achieve academic excellence. Her research interests include pain management, clinical education, student engagement and the health care experience of CALD and migrant communities.
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