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Biography

Natalie Radomski is a senior lecturer in the Monash University School of Rural Health, Bendigo and is the Manager of the North West Rural Medical Education Unit. She joined the School of Rural Health in 2005 and has responsibilities in the areas of educational development, curriculum development, educational research and program evaluation. Natalie's PhD explored approaches to clinical decision-making and health care teamwork in rural General Practice settings. Her other research interests include workplace learning, interprofessional practice and community-based medical education in rural health settings.



From 2011-2013, Natalie was the project manager for the Victorian Department of Health-funded Whole-of-System Student Clinical Placement (WoSSP) project. The WoSSP model differs from clinical placement models. It provides an educational framework for shared development and governance of interprofessional placements for medical, nursing and allied health students within smaller rural healthcare systems, including the design of community-based, patient-centred care curricula

Research area keywords

  • Rural Health
  • Workplace Learning
  • Interprofessional Practice
  • Community-Based Medical Education
  • Narrative Inquiry

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