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Research Biography

Ali Dymmott is a lecturer and the fieldwork coordinator in Occupational at Flinders University. She graduated in 2002 and has worked clinically in a range of areas across rural and metropolitan South Australia.  Ali's clinical work has focused on paediatrics, rehabilitation, acute care and community health.  She also worked extensively in project management for SA Health which has seen her develop various resources including a statewide clinical supervision framework and e-learning modules for Allied Health Professionals.

Research Interests

Ali's research interests are in clinical practice, clinical education and health workforce.  She is currently undertaking a research project as part of a higher reseach degree with South Australia Rural Support Service exploring the impact of the Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway on workforce and clinical outcomes. She is also participating in a range of other tertiary education service developement and research projects.  

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Occupational Therapy , University of South Australia

Award Date: 1 Apr 2007

Bachelor, Applied Science (Occupational Therapy), University of South Australia

Award Date: 1 Apr 2003


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