RN, PostGradDipPaeds, PostGradDipWomHlth
Hello everyone, my name is Lisa Speedie and I am a Scholar Teaching Fellow in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health – Albury Campus.
I grew up in a small country town and have since moved throughout Australia and also worked in the UK. I was in the first group to go through Bendigo College of Advanced Education, which became LaTrobe University – Bendigo Campus.
I worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Paediatrics in both NT and NSW for over 10 years. I am neonate intensive care trained and also returned to Uni to study Psychology, and hope to complete a Post Graduate in Psychology in the future, as this has been a fantastic insight and bonus to my nursing skills and teaching. My areas of interest are Paediatrics and Mental Health.
I began working with CSU Bathurst campus over 10 years ago as a casual and have continued to work in some capacity with CSU since then. I have been employed on a casual basis as a Subject Coordinator, Clinical Facilitator, teacher and marker.
I enjoy teaching within the School and over all three years. I particular enjoy teaching clinical labs. My area of interest in Paediatrics and Mental Health and I have taught in these areas for over 10 years in both the nursing organisations, University and within organisations in the community in both these areas.
I have a keen interest in building resilience and confidence with students within my teaching.
Mindfulness for Students, Paediatrics and Dementia in Age Care