Lyn has worked as a midwife and nurse for over 30 years. She has been involved in various teaching and research roles across Flinders University since 2003. Previously based at the Flinders University Rural Clinical School, Lyn now works in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as a lecturer.
Lyn has recently completed her PhD (2017) in the field of interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Her interests include interprofessional learning, student engagement, simulation learning, rural health care and communities of practice.
RMIT -Bachelor of Nursing, Master of Nursing (Education)
Flinders University - PhD (IPE and Collaborative Practice)
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching:Master of Clinical Education (Team) (2016)
Winner SA Innovation Award, Limestone Coast Regional Awards. (2013) Presented to Flinders University Rural Clinical School Chris Nobes, Lyn Gum, Lucie Walters, and Sharon Liu for developing standardised patient clinical training program to support health professional student training and professional development in health services across rural South Australia.
ALTC citation award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning ( 2011) - Flinders University
Flinders Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant (team) (2009) - Medical and Midwifery Students Learning Together
Provide teaching, curriculum development and undertake scholarship in midwifery and/or nursing education.
Using Lego for teaching
Working Party member Interprofessional Global (Policy)
Member of CAIPE - Centre of Advancement in Interprofessional Education
Member of ACOIP - Australiasian Community of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice network
Member - Australian College of Midwives
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