Tracy Levett-Jones is the Professor of Nursing Education at the University of Technology Sydney. Her program of research focuses on patient safety, empathy, belongingness, clinical reasoning, interprofessional education, cultural competence and simulation.
Professor Trudy Dwyer is a Research Intensive Academic at CQUniversity and Visiting Research Fellow with Central Queensland Health and Hospital Service. With a background in critical care nursing, she has extensive experience coordinating undergraduate courses/programs, curriculum development and research higher-degree supervision.
Professor Lorna Moxham started nursing in 1980 and is a 3-year specialist hospital-trained psychiatric nurse. Lorna is passionate about the nursing profession, particularly mental health nursing, and is actively contributing at regional, state, national and international levels. Lorna is currently the inaugural Professor of Mental Health Nursing and also the leader of the Living Well, Longer theme in the Global Challenges Program at the University of Wollongong.
Kerry Reid-Searl is a Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at CQUniversity. Kerry is a current clinician in the area of paediatrics. She has a long career as a nurse academic and has been involved in the undergraduate degree for 25 years.
Kamaree Berry’s career spans more than 20 years and commenced with the Australian Army where she trained as a medic and then became a nursing officer at the rank of lieutenant. She has been employed in the public, private and academic sectors in a number of roles, spanning from an RN, senior lecturer and academic undergraduate chair to General Manager, Learning and Director Operational Capability.
Keryln Carville has extensive clinical experience and is committed to research and education within the domains of wound and ostomy care. She was appointed a Fellow of the Australian Wound Management Association (now Wounds Australia) in 2006.
Majella Hales works as a casual academic at the Australian Catholic University in Brisbane. Originally hospital trained, she has worked in nursing for over 25 years.
Nicole Knox has been working in nursing for 20 years, including roles as a nursing academic, clinical nurse specialist, clinical educator and nurse unit manager. She has worked in several universities in Sydney where her roles have included unit coordination, teaching and research. She is currently a sessional academic at Western Sydney University.
David Stanley trained as a Registered Nurse and midwife in South Australia and worked through his formative career in a number of hospitals and clinical environments in Australia. He is currently employed at the Australian Catholic University in Canberra as a Senior Lecturer in Nursing.