Lecturer, College of Health & Biomedicine
Prior to working for Victoria University Clive was a clinical nurse in a variety of areas and roles from clinical to managerial. His first experience in an academic role was with Deakin University when nursing first moved from hospitals to universities in a clinician/lecturer role. After completing a Master's degree Clive returned to academia with Victoria University.
One area of expertise is curriculum development, having been involved in the development of two nursing curricula, a school representative for many years on faculty curriculum committees and as a faculty representative on the university curriculum committee. He has been accepted onto the assessment panel of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council.
A second area of expertise is with the clinical education of nursing students and the preparation and development of clinical educators. Clive has been a clinical teacher, an ongoing clinical unit coordinator, and a clinical teaching and learning coordinator with responsibility for arranging clinical teacher workshops and presenters at these workshops. It is also an ongoing area of research interest and publication for him, as well as the area for his doctorate.
Refereed journal articles
Miller, C (2010) Improving and enhancing performance in the affective domain of nursing students: insights from the literature for clinical educators. Contemporary nurse, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 17.
Professional Practice Leader in Nursing
2006 Victoria University Transitions Grant for project entitled "Aiding the transition of Division 2 nurses into higher education." Joint recipient with Karen Lawrence. Total value $7,000.
2009 Victoria University Diamond Model Action Learning project on Assessment & Moderation. Total value $14,100.
Areas of expertise
- Acute care nursing
- Clinical practicums