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Mrs Geraldine Roderick

Mrs Geraldine Roderick
Name Geraldine Roderick
Position Clinical Facilitator
Section School of Nursing and Midwifery
Office W546
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2468
Extension 2468
Email
Qualifications DipHigherEdNursSt London Sth Bank , BSc London Sth Bank , MNurs USQ

Research interests
Paediatric Respiratory Research
Paediatric Intensive Care
Paedaitric Retrieval Nursing

Currently teaching courses/programs
NUR3201- 1- 2020 Quality Safety & Risk
NUR2000 -1-2020 Medication Management
NUR2000-1- 2019
NUR2399 -1-2019
NUR1299-2-2019
NUR2204-2-2019
NUR2399-2-2019
NUR1299-2-2018
NUR1299-3-2018
NUR3200-1-2017
NUR3200-2-2017

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
3 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
10 Years

Geraldine is an Academic Clinical Facilitator in the School of Nursing and Midwifery (Toowoomba Campus). She holds a Masters in Nursing, Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Professional Practice: Children's Nursing and a Registered General Nurse qualification. Geraldine has a nursing career that spans over 26 years of nursing experience in Paediatric and Child Health Nursing which she obtained through various clinical settings in Ireland, United Kingdom and Australia. Geraldine has gained extensive experience in clinical leadership and management as a nurse unit manager in London, she also completed her leadership for child health nurses studies at the Royal College of Nursing during this time. Geraldine specialised in critical care nursing and retrieval nursing when she arrived in Australia. She has experience in research as a research assistant for numerous paediatric research projects nationally and internationally. Geraldine has been involved in the education of nurses for many years and became involved in Tertiary education 3 years ago. She is a member of the Paediatric Teaching And Research Network (PATTERN) and a member of the Queensland Nurses Union. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm and passion for nursing with undergraduate student nurses along with her commitment to improving quality nursing care through evidence based practice.