Ally Jeffers

Q: What is your role in the Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct team?
A: My role is Nurse Educator for Interprofessional Education. My role provides the central support for the Randwick Model of Interprofessional Education, implementing the strategy and collaborating openly with all partners including South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, UNSW, and associated stakeholders.

Q: What attracted you to this type of work?
A: I’m really passionate about education in healthcare, and love that this role is all about healthcare students and healthcare professionals learning and working together to provide person-centred care to our community.

It’s amazing to see true collaboration across universities, healthcare facilities, community groups and schools.

Q: What excites you most about the Precinct? 
A: So many things! The combined strength of the Precinct has already brought about such positive change and will continue to do so.
What excites me the most is the creative, inclusive way the Precinct approaches education and healthcare.

Q: What do the next six months look like?
A: The next six months are all about developing the Interprofessional Education Strategy.
We will be launching some really exciting interprofessional educational pilot projects, so watch this space!

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