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Professor Brown Wilson’s research focuses on practice improvement for older people, including those with dementia and their carers.

Her areas of research include practice development in long term care and curriculum development in health care education. Her scholarly activity includes developing and implementing a consensus model of curriculum development in Australia and the UK.

Christine is actively engaged embedding digital capabilities for health care students and is working with an Australian multi-university interprofessional research team investigating unintended outcomes of ePortfolio use.

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Professor Brown Wilson is open to PhD applications in the fields of:

  • Older person’s nursing and dementia care, including support of carers and staff education. Qualitative approaches welcome. 

Current Funded PhD Opportunity: Embedding Digital Health Knowledge, Capabilities and Attributes into University Nursing Curriculum: a cross cultural study is currently available.

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School of Nursing and Midwifery

Professor Christine Brown Wilson


 Professor Brown Wilson leads the Education Research theme in the School of Nursing and Mdiwifery.


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