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Personal profile

Biography

Alison is Deputy Head of the Monash University physiotherapy department, within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS). She is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Clinical Education for the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) and Doctor of Physiotherapy programs.

Alison is a current PhD candidate under the supervision of Professioor Karen Adams who leads to FMNHS's Gukwonderuk Indigenous Engagement Unit and Dr. Mandy Truong.

Alison is a current member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Australian and New Zealand Allied Health Professsional Education Association (ANZAHPE).

Alison is the incoming Chair of the Clinical Eduication Mandagers of Ausrtralia and New Zealand (CEMANZ) committee 2022-2024 and also sits on the Australian Physiotherapy Association's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Committee (non-Indigenous member).

Community service

FMNHS Indigenous Health curriculum Committee Memeber 

FMNHS Clinical Engagement Committee member

Australian Physiotherapy Association's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Committee member

Clinical Education Managers of Australia and New Zealand (CEMANZ) member (Physiotherapy)

Scope Global AVID briefing and de-briefing facilitator

Research interests

Clinical Education

Health Professional Education

Collaborative Care

Health and Wellbeing

Professional Behaviour

Health Professional education for improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health 

Curriculum development

Transformational Learning

Monash teaching commitment

PTY 1011: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health

PTY 1022: Interprofessional education & volunteering

PTY 2031: Clinical Education

PTY2042: Clinical Education

PTY 3051: Encountering Grief & Loss; Clinical Education

PTY 4283: Clinical Debriefing, Aboriginal & Torres Strait islander health

 

Network

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