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Professor Debra Kiegaldie is a registered nurse with a background in intensive care nursing. She is the current Clinical Chair for the Faculty of Health Sciences at Holmesglen Institute and Healthscope Australia and holds an adjunct appointment with Monash University’s Eastern Health Clinical School. Debra’s career in higher education has spanned over 30 years where she has provided major contributions to the field of education and simulation. She has been involved in course coordination, curriculum development, teacher training and educational research and is also President of the Board of Management for the Victorian Simulation Alliance.
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|1||2021||Cognitive dissonance of students between falls prevention evidence and strategies||Kiegaldie, Debra|
|2||Jul-2019||Design, delivery and evaluation of a simulation-based workshop for health professional students on falls prevention in acute care settings||Pryor, Elizabeth; Kiegaldie, Debra|
|3||Jun-2021||Educating health professionals to implement evidence-based falls screening in hospitals||Shaw, Louise ; Kiegaldie, Debra|
|4||22-Jan-2020||Educating health professionals to optimise falls screening in hospitals: protocol for a mixed methods study||Shaw, Louise ; Kiegaldie, Debra|
|5||Mar-2021||Improving hospital falls screening and mitigation using a health professional education framework||Shaw, Louise ; Kiegaldie, Debra|