Louise D Hickman Palliative Care Nurses Australia Conference 2020

Louise D Hickman

A/Professor Louise Hickman expertise is in both quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods research which is grounded in her qualifications in Nursing, Masters of Public Health and a PhD. A/Professor Hickman has been appointed and invited to sit on a number of internal and external industry committees and reference groups for clinical research and curricula. A/Professor Hickman is Editor-In-Chief, Contemporary Nurse. A/Professor Hickman's primary research focus and current research projects are in improving care in ageing, cardiovascular chronic disease, cognitive decline, dementia, palliative care and translational research that bridges the gaps between the acute care sector, community and residential aged care. A/Professor Louise Hickman is Director of Studies Palliative Care Programs, IMPACCT Faculty of Health. In this leadership role A/Professor Hickman is responsible for the quality management; curriculum design and accreditation of a suite of dynamic clinically relevant palliative care postgraduate courses and programs. These courses (Master of Palliative; Graduate Diploma in Palliative care; Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care) are designed to address the significant need to build palliative care workforce capacity across the health care system.

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