Meet one of our newest members, James Bonnamy.
James is a clinical nurse specialist, educator and researcher based in Melbourne, Australia. He currently works as a Research Fellow at Monash University in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. He is also a Teaching Associate in the Department of Paramedicine.
James is an experienced educator with particular interest in co-designing teaching and learning activities with consumers and community, particularly in clinical learning environments. His research, teaching and clinical practice transcend health profession disciplines including nursing, midwifery, paramedicine and allied health.
It was through living the experience of cancer care and survivorship that James became passionate about ensuring the consumer and community voice is at the forefront of health professions education so that care can be truly person-centred.
"Being a member of ANZAHPE means that I have the opportunity to learn from other experienced health professions educators as well as contribute to health professions education scholarship. I first heard about ANZAHPE when a colleague recommended attending one of their conferences. This conference led to further career opportunities and new professional relationships."