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Position: Senior Lecturer
Faculty: Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences
School: School of Nursing and Midwifery
RN BN BN (Hons) Crit Care Cert,
Grad Cert Sc (App Stats),
Grad Cert Higher Ed PhD
Dr Judy Currey is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery and Senior Research Fellow in The Alfred / Deakin Nursing Research Centre at The Alfred hospital. At Deakin, Judy coordinates the suite of ten critical care postgraduate specialty nursing programs. Judy’s teaching role and practice at Deakin is underpinned by her academic leadership and skills as an educator, researcher, administrator and clinician. Judy's postdoctoral research program has educational and clinical arms. Educationally, Judy is an expert in Team-Based Learning (TBL). She is currently leading two funded studies exploring the impact of TBL on student engagement, learning outcomes and the acquisition of expertise. Judy is also interested in curriculum design, particularly assessments to improve the quality of the postgraduate nursing workforce in terms of knowledge, skills and behaviours for specialty practice and teamwork.
Judy is a member of Applied Clinical and Classroom Education Research (ACCER), a school-based strategic research group; the Teaching Leaders’ Group in the Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences; and the University wide Higher Education Research Group (HERG). Judy is also a member of the International Team-Based Learning Collective and TBL Scholarship Group.
WJC Banks Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Learning and Deakin University Teacher of the Year 2010
Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching 2010