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Personal profile

BNat SCU, GradDipEd (Tertiary and Workplace) Murdoch, MEd Murdoch, PhD Candidate - Doctorate of Philosophy – Education TUA.

Kelly is a Senior Learning Experience Designer in the Production Innovation Hub for Laureate Education Services Australia/Torrens University and has 20 years of experience in both teaching and health practitioner industries. Professionally, Kelly has held positions of senior lecturer, course leader, and clinic supervisor for several Bachelor of Naturopathy University programs in Australia and the UK.

In 2015, Kelly completed a Master in Education, expanding upon a Graduate Diploma in Education (Adult and Tertiary) gained in 2007.  Her passion for educational research extended to PhD studies in 2018, focusing on developing and trialling an online tool to assist clinical reasoning development for undergraduate health science students.

 

Publications

Kelly is also co-author of a textbook developed to assist students and new graduates entering into clinical professions. Galvin, K., & Bishop, M. (2011). Clinical Case Studies For complementary Therapists: a collaborative approach. Australia: Elsevier. Retrieved from http://www.us.elsevierhealth.com/internal-medicine/case-studies-for-complementary-therapists-e-book/9780729579551/  

Education/Academic qualification

Education, Master, Murdoch University

2 Feb 201520 Dec 2015

Award Date: 15 Dec 2015

Adult Education, Graduate Diploma, Murdoch University

10 Feb 200518 Dec 2007

Award Date: 15 Dec 2007

Naturopathy, Bachelor, Southern Cross University

20 Feb 19953 Dec 1999

Award Date: 15 Dec 1999

Education, PhD, Torrens University Australia

15 Feb 2018 → …

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Case Studies for Complementary Therapists: A Collaborate Approach

Galvin, K. & Bishop, M., 3 Mar 2011, Australia: Elsevier. 733 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook