Ms Sandra Mortimer

Senior Lecturer - Teaching Specialist (Clinical/Practitioner)

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt North (W405)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Sandra Mortimer works full time as a senior lecturer in Occupational Therapy at Flinders University and is undertaking her clinical doctorate in Public Health. She graduated in 1988 and has spent most of her career working with young children and families in community settings in Adelaide and rural New South Wales. Sandra enjoys the challenge of bringing her extensive clinical wisdom and a passion for innovative, reflective, client centred practice to her teaching. She is a passionate advocate for early childhood development.

Honours, awards and grants

Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Executive Dean's Teaching Excellence Award December 2016.

Enhancing Therapeutic Communication Skills for Occupational Therapy Students

Teaching interests

Therapetic Communication Skills

Working with children and families

Working with communities

Occupational Science

Early Childhood Development

Interprofessional Practice

Topic coordinator
OCCT8005 Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Practice 3
OCCT8002 Occupational Science
OCCT1001 Introduction to Occupational Science
OCCT9012 Transition to Professional Practice
REHB8101 Inter-professional Practice
Topic lecturer
OCCT8001 The Occupational Therapy Process
OCCT8003 OT Evaluation and Practice 1
OCCT8006 Contemporary Issues in OT Practice

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