Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Adjunct Staff

Visiting Adjuncts in the School of Community Health

Name Areas of Interest

Dr Hannah Barden
Adjunct Research Associate
Albury

Occupational Therapist: Interest in neurological rehabilitation and clinical research, with a special interest in the assessment and management of biomechanical, sensory-motor and cognitive impairments following brain injury.

Associate Professor Naylin Bissessor
Adjunct Associate Professor
Albury

Cardiologist
Specializing in interventional cardiology - stents, heart valves, pacemakers and echo.

Mrs Lauren Blatchford
Adjunct Associate Lecturer
Albury

Diabetes & Foot Health

Dr Eugene Butkowski
Adjunct Research Associate
Albury

Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Medical Biochemistry and Metabolomics, Inflammation and Oxidative stress in Type 2 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease, Pathology

Dr Sally-Anne Denshire
Adjunct Lecturer
Albury

Founding member of Occupational Therapy at CSU with interests in ethnographic and autoethnographic writing incorporating visual media and the body, relational ethics in the health professions and professional heritages. Sally has recent publications on autoethnography in Current Sociology, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, a chapter with Springer and a research methods case study with SAGE.
Mrs Marijke Denton

Adjunct Associate Lecturer

Practicing paediatric speech pathologist working in the community health sector. Her academic interests include workplace learning for undergraduate and postgraduate students, particularly in relation to rural and regional service provision. She also has an interest in community engagement approaches.

Ms Jane Evans
Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Port Macquarie

 

Ms Beverlie de Jong
Adjunct Associate Lecturer
Albury

Areas of interest include cardiac intervention, acute and chronic conditions, complications of diabetes and effects of exercise and holistic care in maintaining good physical and mental health.

Dr Robert Finlay
Adjunct Research Associate
Orange

Primary producers perspectives on land management in central and western NSW. Within producers perspectives, what influence if any, the 5 personality factors (OCEAN) may have on their decision making: in turn providing insight into their personal wellbeing.
Peter Haynes
Adjunct Associate Lecturer

Graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2003 with Bachelor of Physiotherapy.   Employed as a Physiotherapist in acute, subacute, rehabilitation and outreach settings and currently works in private practice in the Albury-Wodonga area.  Peter has been involved in teaching across a range of subjects at CSU in the School of Community Health since 2009.

Catherine Maloney

Adjunct Lecturer

 

Dr Sylvia McAra
Adjunct Lecturer
Albury

Toe blood pressure measurements as indicators of peripheral arterial  disease (PAD), distal vascular supply and  CVD risk. Toe pressure measures (TBIs) are becoming known as indicators of PAD, superior to ankle /brachial indices (ABIs) in at-risk populations. The value of transdermal glyceryl trinitrate used on the feet as a peripheral vasodilator in increasing peripheral supply which may  boost wound healing and reduce neuropathic pain.
Dr Anna Moran

Adjunct Research Fellow Albury

Allied Health Workforce, Rural Health Workforce
Professor Susan Nancarrow

Adjunct Professor

I have nearly 20 years’ international experience as a health services researcher with expertise in health workforce reform, service delivery and organisation. In particular, I work with health services to help them think differently about how they organise and deliver care to provide solutions to enhance health care from the patient’s perspective. I am particularly committed to regional and rural health issues, community health, and capacity building. I have been able to apply these interests and values in my executive leadership roles within the University.
As a researcher, I have collaborated on projects worth more than $40 million, of which I was the lead on approximately $7 million. These projects have impacted directly on the patient experience, service delivery and policy and led to more than 80 peer reviewed journal publications, reports and book chapters. Prior to returning to Australia in 2011, I worked in Sheffield, England for 10 years, examining workforce change in the NHS. While in the UK, I led the internal evaluation of the largest collaborative translational network partnership involving 17 service delivery and university partners (CLAHRC South Yorkshire, £20M). Recent research projects have explored the use of the NBN to provide telehealth to keep older people independent at home; primary health care integration; the use of social media
Therese Pitman
Adjunct Lecturer
 

Dr Judy Ranka
Adjunct Research Associate
Wagga Wagga

Occupational therapy assessment and interventions for adults with cognitive and/or reach, grasp and release impairments that result from neurological disorders.

Mr John Roberts
Adjunct Lecturer
Orange

Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine; Pain science

Joshua Sumankuuro
Adjunct Research Fellow
Orange

Graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi with a BSc (Hons) in Development Planning in June 2010. Acting as the District Planning Officer (2012 -2013) for Nadowli District. Successfully mapped and completed several interventions under the Ghana Social Opportunities Project funded by the WorldBank.  With substantial strengths in systematic reviews, qualitative and mixed methods research. His research interest in maternal health, community health, social determinants of health, health policy and health financing.

Associate Professor Paul Tinley
Adjunct Associate Professor
Albury

Research interests from the diagnosis of Tendo Achilles pain using ultrasound, through to vascular assessment of the lower limb.  His research has covered many areas over the last 35 years with publications in Bone morphology, biomechanical assessment of the ankle and foot, burnout in Podiatrists, OH&S of Podiatry practice, Foot force analysis, running parameter variation, Nasal Fungus in Podiatrists and diabetes blood parameters.

Dr Clare Wilding
Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Albury

Health sciences (especially occupational therapy and occupational science), professional issues and professional development, and theory development

Dr Ming Wu
Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Orange

Understanding the role of protein kinase CK2 on metal ion homeostasis and in turn on cancer development. The experimental platforms employed in my lab include functional genomics, proteomics, mammalian cell culture and model organisms. My teaching activities are involved in a core subject of undergraduates, Functional Proteins and Genes (Biochemistry), and HDR supervision (PhD and Masters).