PhD, MHSM, MN, BN, RN
Judith has a 20 year history of working as a Registered Nurse in rural areas. The majority of this time was spent in multi-purpose services and aged care, where she worked in several roles both clinical and managerial. This work has led to an interest in aged care, rural health, emergency care and community development. This led to research related to multi-purpose services, palliative care, primary health care and education and a move into nursing education.
Judith has taught undergraduate and postgraduate nursing for several years, with a focus on primary health care, chronic care, aged care and health service management. Judith has provided education online, face to face and in simulation settings. She has also supervised Honours, Masters projects and PhD students.
Judith has been involved in several research projects related to aged care, primary health care, resilience in nurses, and multi-purpose services.