Amal Al-Ghareeb

Nurse Lecturer

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With a background in nursing, Amal has a strong interest in patient simulation, nursing education and workforce, stress and anxiety in nursing education, and research integrity. Amal has extensive experience in developing a wide range of systematic reviews including integrative, scoping and rapid reviews.

She completed a Master thesis at Monash University in 2013 to explore barriers and enablers to the use of high-fidelity patient simulation manikins in nurse education. Amal went into PhD studies (Monash University) in the context of physiological and psychological anxiety in managing deteriorating patient in emergency setting. Following PhD completion in 2017, Amal worked with multiple research teams in Melbourne-based universities.

She contributed to the development and teaching research methods and evidence-based practice for undergraduate and postgraduate nursing students across a couple of Australian Universities. Amal joined University of Canberra in 2023 and currently is the unit convenor for Research and Technology for Healthcare practice and Co-convener for Diversity and inclusion and healthcare.


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