Professor Victoria Terry
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Dr Victoria Terry, PhD MN BHSc GDCC RN, is a Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Victoria is the Associate Head Clinical Education. Her teaching profile spans more than two decades in the clinical and academic arenas and reflects her passion for clinical education. Victoria is affiliated with the National Network of Clinical Coordinators, the National Rural Health Alliance and has been a member of the Queensland Nurses Union for over 20 years. Her research has focused primarily on the investigation of nursing workforce issues. More than eighty percent of her publications are in top quartile journals and are well cited in the literature (Scholar H-index 11: 1165 total citations). With total grant income in excess of $250K, Victoria has a solid record of securing internal and external research funding, most recently exploring the resilience of nurses working in the South West Hospital and Health Services throughout rural Queensland.
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