Ms Sally Farrington
Lecturer - Lecturer in Human Bioscience
"BSc (Anatomy), GradDip (Physiotherapy), MHlth (Personnel Education)"
|Contact Campus||Rozelle Campus|
|Telephone||+61 2 8572 7963|
|Fax||+61 2 8572 7966|
In Sally's previous position she taught anatomy, neurobiology and embryology to undergraduate and postgraduate allied health students at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Sydney. Most recently she was involved in providing preparation and support for Indigenous students enrolled in a variety of programs at the Faculty. As a staff member in Human Life Sciences at the University of Tasmania Sally teaches in the Human Bioscience units to undergraduate nursing students at the Rozelle and St Vincents campuses in Sydney.
- 'Listening to our Students: Understanding the factors that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students' academic success Daniel DiGregorio, K., Farrington, S. & Page, S. 2000 * Higher Education Research and Development 19 (3) 297-309
- 'The Things that Matter: Understanding The Factors That Affect The Participation And Retention Of Indigenous Students In The Cadigal Program at the Faculty Of Health Sciences, University of Sydney'. Farrington, S., Page, S.,& Daniel DeGregorio, K 2001 * Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association 18 October 40-55
- The Student Experiences Study:Using research to transform curriculum for Indigenous health science students,Transforming a University. Page,S., Farrington,S. & Daniel-DiGregorio, K. 2007 * The scholarship of teaching and learning in practice Sydney University Press, Sydney
- Scaffolding Academic Literacy with Indigenous Health Sciences students: an evaluative study. Rose, D., Rose, M., Farrington, S .& Page, S 2008 * Journal of English for Academic Purposes 7 (3) 165-179