Lecturer in Simulation
Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Adelaide works clinically as a General Practitioner in general private practice and in the aged care sector. At the University of Adelaide, she works for Adelaide Health Simulation, developing and evolving programs in healthcare simulation and inter-professional learning. She also coordinates professionalism courses in the Adelaide Medical School MBBS program.
Adelaide graduated from The University of Sydney Medical School in 2011 and returned to South Australia to begin her medical career. Prior to entering the medical profession, Adelaide studied law and international studies, and worked in both the legal profession and the agricultural industry.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Acting Course Coordinator, Medical Personal and Professional Development University of Adelaide 2016 General Practitioner GenWise Healthcare 2015 Lecturer University of Adelaide 2014 General Practitioner Pioneer Medical Centre
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2017 Award RACGP General Practice Registrar of the Year Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Australia — 2017 Fellowship Fellowship Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Australia —
Date Institution name Country Title 2008 - 2011 University of Sydney Australia MBBS (Hons) 2001 - 2006 Univeristy of Adelaide Australia LLB (Hons) 2001 - 2003 University of Adelaide Australia B. International Studies
Date Title Institution Country 2014 - 2014 Diploma in Child Health University of Sydney Australia 2013 - 2017 Fellowship Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Australia 2006 - 2006 Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Law Society of South Australia Australia
Adelaide's teaching interests are in simulation based learning, the use of technology in learning, and the adoption of active learning pedagogies. She enthusiastically engages in students as partners in learning projects, and is involved in a number of non traditional inter-professional learning activities.
Adelaide is a member of the Adelaide Education Academy. Within the MBBS program, She currently coordinates the Year 1 and 3 Professionalism and Leadership courses, as well as teaching into Clinical Practice in years 1-3, and the Transition to Internship Program. In partnership with other faculties, Adelaide also teaches into Health Law and Ethics, and a number of Masters of Arts (Translation, Interpreting and Trans cultural Communication) subjects.
Date Topic Presented at Institution Country 2019 - ongoing Simulation as an instrument for inter-professional learning: interpreting Canberra, ACT Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators —
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