Mrs Sybele Christopher
M02C - 88 Mallett Street - Building C
The University of Sydney
|Telephone||+61 2 9114 4191|
I am a registered nurse with 20 years experience in clinical, acute, and community settings. My clinical specialties are in orthopaedic nursing, surgical nursing, early discharge planning and community based care. More recently I have taught nursing courses at undergraduate and postgraduate entry level in a variety of Australian education facilities. I was employed at the College of Nursing, combining nursing experience and tertiary qualifications to work as a nurse educator, fostering my interest in nursing education and professional development.
During this time, I was responsible for the coordination of graduate certificate nursing courses in collaboration with private and public health facilities, ensuring the management of students through their academic journey in a postgraduate milieu and maintaining professional relationships with hospital management education departments.
Currently, I am planning to commence a doctoral research program focusing on workforce planning and retention strategies. I have completed a Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Nursing from the College of Nursing, a Bachelor of Nursing (Conversion) from the University of Sydney, a Master of Nursing from the University of Sydney and a Master of Public Health from the University of NSW.
Early discharge planning
Hospital in the Home
Post Acute Care Services
Primary Health Care
Nursing Workforce Recruitment and Retention
Generational Differences in Nursing Workforce
Teaching and supervision
Social Contexts of Health
Introduction to Nursing Practice
Population health to Personal Healthcare
Global Health and Nursing
Primary health care; Preventive health services; Refugee & immigrant health