Bronwyn is an occupational therapist with extensive experience in the area of rehabilitation. She has a specific interest in neurological rehabilitation, upper limb rehabilitation person-centred goal setting. Bronwyn’s clinical experience includes inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation settings in both the public and private sector.
In addition to her clinical roles, Bronwyn has been involved in several projects aimed at improving services for stroke survivors living in rural and regional areas. Her major achievements include the establishment of an upper limb robotics program, the implementation of an ‘Enriched Environment’ for inpatient stroke survivors and the development of a telehealth neuropsychology service for stroke survivors.
Bronwyn holds a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from LaTrobe University, Bundoora and a Master of Health Science specialising in Stroke Management from University of Newcastle.
Bronwyn commenced teaching in the undergraduate occupational therapy program in 2021. Prior to this appointment, Bronwyn had been involved in the CSU undergraduate program since 2017.
Bronwyn has an interest in neurological rehabilitation and is interested in knowledge translation with the aim to provide high quality occupational therapy services within rural and regional communities.