MN, Graduate Diploma of Business (eBusiness and Communication), Graduate Certificate in Case Management, BN (Post-Registration), Renal Certificate (ENB136), RN
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Cath's Researcher Profile
Catherine has extensive experience in leading the delivery of nursing and education services, as a health care manager and educator. She has provided leadership in acute sector health care to clinical educators, managers and clinicians over many years. Catherine has a track record in establishing education programs, setting up acute services, and a focus on quality person-centred practice.
Over twenty years of Catherine’s career was spent specialising in renal services. Additionally, she has experience in sub-acute care. Catherine also has interests in the nursing care of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Catherine has completed a Master of Nursing, inclusive of a research project about person-centredness with older people in residential care. Catherine also holds qualifications in business, case management and renal nursing. Recently she has become a lecturer at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia where she facilitates active learning to prepare students for professional practice.
Catherine is available to supervise honours and masters students research topics related to
Wilson, C., Moss, C., & Willetts, G. 2016. Achieving person-centredness with older people in residential aged care. Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, 23(7), 47.