I am a registered general (and mental health) nurse with post-graduate qualifications in education and counselling. I have worked clinically in the acute care sector (both public and private) and been seconded to the WHO – Western Pacific Region, specifically to provide clinically-based training. I have extensive experience with teaching and learning with under-graduate, post -graduate nursing education, as well as industry-based staff development. Until recently, I have been working with work-related injured employees, in their bid to return to their pre-injury employment/roles. I have a concurrent nursing research and higer degree supervisory load within the College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Flinders University, culminating in a research study/report (funded by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation and in collaboration with this University’s School of Nursing & Midwifery) that explored staffing/skills mix requirements for the Australian residential care sector completed in 2016.
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Henderson, J, Blackman, I, Willis, E, Gibson, T, Price, K, Toffoli, L, Bonner, R, Hurley, J & Currie, T 2018, 'The impact of facility ownership on nurses' and care workers' perceptions of missed care in Australian residential aged care', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 53, no. 4, pp. 355-371.
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