• The University of Western Australia (M702), 35 Stirling Highway, 167 Fitzgerald St, Geraldton WA 6530

    6009 Perth


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 Monica is a registered occupational therapist. In her current role as Associate Professor with the Western Australian Centre for Rural Health she works directly to support the development of rural health workforce through the creation of authentic student learning experiences, the development of support strategies for rural health teams, and research and evaluation of integrated team programs for some of Australia’s most vulnerable communities.
She holds adjunct professorial appointments at Queensland University of Technology, Central Queensland University and the University of Derby in the United Kingdom.
She was a contributor to the WHO Framework for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (WHO, 2010) and participates in interprofessional projects and research activities at local, national and international levels including longitudinal evaluation studies. She is currently a member of a nationally funded project team tasked with developing a national governance structure to secure the development and sustainability of interprofessional education and collaborative practice across Australia.
Over the past 10 years she has been a director of the HealthFusion Team Challenge in Australia, growing the project from a local event involving one university to an international event involving students and staff from many universities across Australia and internationally.
Monica is Immediate Past President of the Australia and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators, a peak organisation providing mentorship and professional development to health professional educators in academic or clinical settings.

She supervises honours and RHD students in the fields of health professional education, interprofessional education and occupational therapy.



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