Professor Robyn Aitken

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20022021

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Robyn's role is to oversee the academic activities relating to remote and Indigenous health and to advance the incorporation of original and innovative educational strategies within entry to practice, postgraduate, continuing and vocational education programs conducted by Flinders NT. Her position is critical to the integration of the educational activities of the Remote Clinical School/Medical education and the educational activities of the Centre for Remote Health. This includes providing strategic direction to the well established interprofessional educational offerings in Central Australia across a broad range of activities and remote health professions, responding to workforce development initiatives (e.g. Nurse Practitioner developments; HWA programs), and expanding the Northern Territory medical program into Central Australia. The position also participates in collegial activities in collaboration with organisations and educational institutions outside of Flinders NT, contributing to education in national and international rural and remote settings.

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