My current role is as Heaslip Fellow within the School of Medicine at Flinders University, where I am designing a program evaluation for the Flinders medical degree. I am a member of the Health Professional Education Unit, which sits within the School, and is part of the Flinders Innovations in Clinical Education cluster.
I’ve worked in higher education and the public sector for around fifteen years, in Australia and the UK. I’ve taught literature and critical theory at the Universities of Queensland and Cambridge, and have worked as an educational researcher, curriculum developer, and e-learning specialist.
In addition to my work on education, I have a long-standing interest in visual culture and innovative methods for social research that involve visual methodologies. A couple of recent research projects I have been involved with have brought me back to questions of ethics in visual research. I hope to continue to explore this complex and exciting area over the next few years.