Community Engagement & Wellness Centre (CEW)

Emma Baker

Bachelor of Health Science Podiatry (BHsPod)

Clinical Practicum Coordinator & Academic Workplace Learning Coordinator - Podiatry
Albury / Wodonga
Building 715 Room 119

Emma commenced work at Charles Sturt University in 2016, as a Clinical Educator and Sessional Academic, before securing a full-time role as the Podiatry Clinical Practicum Coordinator, in 2018. Within this role, Emma coordinates the provision of clinical education for the podiatry undergraduate course, in the on-campus podiatry clinic. Emma is also the Workplace Learning Coordinator for the podiatry, and is responsible for facilitating external podiatry placement opportunities, for all students, over the duration of the podiatry course.

Within this role, Emma has taught into various subjects within the podiatry course, with a special interest in the integration of workplace learning, pharmacology, paediatrics and diabetes management (primarily focusing on those who are newly diagnosed).

Emma is currently working towards her Endorsement for Scheduled Medicines, through Pathway B (Podiatry Board of Australia).

Clinical educator within:

  • Podiatry and Community  Health Practice
  • Consolidating Podiatric Clinical Practice
  • Advanced Clinical Podiatry Practice
  • Clinical Podiatric Residency

Subjects taught:

  • Introduction to Podiatric Practice
  • Clinical Podiatric Residency
  • Podiatric Pediatrics and Orthomechanics

Emma has a keen research interest in exploring the provision of diabetic foot health messaging for patients who are ‘newly diagnosed’ or deemed ‘low risk’.

Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

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