Professional Development in Health Careers

Fremantle 03 Nov 2020

When: Tuesday 3 November, 6.00pm
Where: Join us on campus (Drill Hall, 27 Mouat Street Fremantle) or online via Zoom webinar

A career in health requires continual learning and upskilling. Hear from Dr Sheralee Tamaliunas, Director Workforce and Employment, WA Health, about the best time to take on career learning, planning your career trajectory, and how to navigate ongoing career learning alongside the challenges of life and work.

Plus you’ll learn how you can expand your mind and your career horizons through postgraduate studies at Notre Dame, including a new suite of postgraduate Health Leadership degrees available in 2021 and a range of online degrees.

  • About Dr Sheralee Tamaliunas

    Dr Sheralee Tamaliunas is the Director of Workforce and Employment at the WA Department of Health and sits on the Board for CommunitySkills WA. She is the lead for the Minister for Health ‘Your Voice in Health’ survey, System-wide Policy Frameworks, Health Executive Service and several Sustainable Health Review recommendations including the WA health workforce strategy.

    Sheralee is a Registered Nurse with over twenty years’ experience in healthcare with her first love being intensive care. She has held several key positions in education, management, leadership, workforce and policy. Sheralee has led and authored several key nursing workforce initiatives including the Leading Great Care Program (Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Management), alternative graduate transition models (Mental Health, Perioperative, Child Health, General), implemented and chaired the Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Conference (2013, 2015, 2017) and was the inaugural WA Region Chair for the Australian College of Nursing.

    Sheralee has been the recipient of education and research grants and recently completed her PhD in 2019 where she explored the lived experience of nurse executives within the public health care system.

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