Head of Partnerships, Programs and Innovation, Mater Education
Stephanie is taking the benefits of simulation training beyond direct healthcare delivery; applying the innovative practices and across the whole organisation.
As a registered nurse and midwife, Stephanie loves combining her passion for simulation with her critical care nursing experience.
She has successfully implemented a number of organisational-wide in-situ simulation initiatives, identifying significant threats to patient safety and experience.
Stephanie has recently completed an international Simulation Research Fellowship with the globally renowned Center for Medical Simulation (in Boston), and is currently undertaking further research into new applications of simulation for improved consumer safety in healthcare.
- Masters of Science (Research) - Current
- Bachelor of Nursing Science
- Post Graduate Certificate of Nursing Science (Intensive Care)
- Masters of Advanced Nursing Practice
- Post Graduate Diploma of Midwifery
- International Simulation Research Fellow, Center for Medical Simulation, Boston, MA (2017)
- Member of Australian Society for Simulation in Health Care (ASSH)
- Member of Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)
- Co-Chair of Women in Simulation (interest group of ASSH)