Graduate Research Coordinator
PhD(Family Studies) RN BHlthSc(Nurs) MNS(Child and Family Health) GradCertUnivLearn&Teach
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I'm pleased to write you about Lindsay Smith…I find him to be bright, energetic, very positive in his attitude, resilient, always moving forward, and dedicated to making a difference in the world. Lindsay (is) interested in health promotion using a family strengths paradigm — an assets base rather than a deficit model. Lindsay and his family share beliefs that give them strength and meaning in life, and at the same time, Lindsay is very tolerant and accepting of others' beliefs.
John DeFrain, Ph.D., Professor
Family and Community Development
University of Nebraska
I commenced at the SN&M in 2000 to coordinate the curriculum development project in the BN program resulting in the SN&M offering one of the first fully online units at UTAS. Prior to this I was employed in the School of Clinical Sciences Charles Sturt University in NSW and coordinated the Child Health stream. Since 2007 I have been involved in the online developments in the SN&M postgraduate programs.
CNA145 Child & Adolescent Health – unit advisor
CNA513 Foundations of Community Nursing Practice – unit coordinator
CNA515 Foundations of Health & Wellbeing in the Community – unit coordinator
CNA613 Project Management for Health Professionals – unit coordinator
For development of innovative online learning materials and teaching strategies in health science units that meet student learning needs, motivate participation and enhance capability outcomes.
1994 Faculty of Health Science (Charles Sturt University) Award for Teaching Excellence in collaboration with Dr A. Basseer Jeeawody
For innovative teaching of Primary Health Care in the Bachelor of Nursing program.
I conduct clinical nursing and applied health research from a strengths based perspective in:
For a list of current research projects and publications please search WARP.
Authorised by Head of School, Nursing and Midwifery
24 January, 2013