B.Sc. Macquarie University;
M.App.Sc.(MedRad)(Res) University of Sydney;
Grad.Cert. Uni. Tech. & Learn. Charles Sturt University, SFHEA and GAICD
Dr Logan began her career as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist working for over 20 years in large metropolitan and regional hospitals as well as private practice. She undertook a biology degree at Macquarie University to broaden her skills. Patricia's introduction to university teaching began at the University of Sydney in Nuclear Medicine.
Dr Logan completed her research Masters with their School of Medical Radiation Science and her PhD with the CSU Faculty of Education. She has been employed with CSU since the inception of the Dubbo Campus and has undertaken various roles as the campus has developed. Her research interests include tertiary education in science, health education, academic professional practice, medical imaging and neuroscience.
Dr Logan served as elected academic staff member for CSU University Council for 2 years to June 2012. She received the Faculty of Science Award for Academic Excellence in 2011.
Dr Logan is currently the Course Director for the School of Exercise, Sport and Health and one of the Course Directors for the School of Biomedical Science.
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) United Kingdom
Project lead: Office of Learning and Teaching Seed Grant 2016
Enrolled nurse transition: development of a university preparation program for direct entry to 2nd year.
Please see the Bioscience Essentials website developed by this project team
Patricia has previously taught the following subjects :
Patricia undertakes research in areas of health science practice and tertiary science education. She is a member of the Aging Well Research Group.
Neurodegenerative conditions in the bush: identifying gaps in needs evidenced by the 45 and Up survey data.
Grant supported project: $45,000.
Logan, P.A., Micalos, P., Wong, A., & Bramble, M.
Clare Sutton, current PhD candidate: The impact of community engagement and participation in volunteer organisations on levels of resilience in paramedic students and graduates.
Catherine Malia, current PhD candidate: Active learning with animal alternatives.
Jacqueline Spurway, 2018, Calculating normal reference ranges for the intra-amniotic umbilical cord vein diameter, blood flow and peak velocity in a regional New South Wales population.