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2019 ACN Distinguished Life Fellows

John Kelly

Adjunct Professor John G Kelly AM FACN (DLF)

ACT

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Adjunct Prof John Kelly is an honourable, intelligent and wise leader, not only within the nursing profession, in which he has served for many years, but also within health care, the charitable sector and the legal profession in Australia and internationally.

Adjunct Prof Kelly’s commitment and contribution to the professional nursing Colleges, firstly the NSW College of Nursing and the Royal College of Nursing, Australia and now to the Australian College of Nursing, has been steadfast and generous.

Adjunct Prof Kelly has served as President of the NSW Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia and now the NSW Nursing and Midwifery Council for many years, bringing his amalgam of nursing and legal knowledge to bear on nursing and midwifery regulation.

Adjunct Prof Kelly has demonstrated exceptional leadership across the roles he has worked in, such as Director and Chair of the Smith Family charity, Aged Care Commissioner, Director of Uniting Care, CEO of Aged and Community Care Services and currently as CEO of the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

John has made significant contributions to ACN, one of which is the collaboration between ACN and the Heart Foundation to support ACN’s NurseStrong initiative promoting health and wellbeing amongst nurses.

Despite gaining his law degree and working outside of direct patient care for many years, John’s commitment to the advancement of nursing has never wavered. He has always acted as a nurse at heart, whether in his roles in regulation, in professional colleges, in his role as a lawyer, in executive roles in aged care or within the Heart Foundation. There are few nurses in Australia who have engaged as widely in ‘doing good’ for the wellbeing of the Australian people as Adjunct Professor Kelly.

Adjunct Professor Kelly has served on several Board positions and has held many high-level leadership positions with nationally revered organisations. Such roles include Director and Chair of the Smith Family charity, Aged Care Commissioner, Director of Uniting Care, CEO of Aged and Community Care Services and his current role as CEO of the National Heart Foundation of Australia. Adjunct Professor Kelly is admired and highly respected among his peers. In recognition of his great contribution to the health industry, Adjust Professor Kelly was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in 2009.

We admire his dedication and support to the profession and are extremely proud to recognise Adjunct Prof Kelly as a Distinguished Life Fellow of ACN today.

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Nancy Arnold

Nancy Arnold FACN

TAS

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Nancy Arnold’s distinguished nursing career spans across three decades. Although she has held a number of positions, the title that Nancy wears most with pride is that of registered nurse. Nancy has led several innovative projects in Tasmania’s health care system that have made significant improvements in the quality of care for the Tasmanian community. As Director of Care, Nancy successfully implemented the start up for organisational Home Care Packages increasing availability and access to these packages for Tasmanians in need.

Nancy is committed to her own professional development which is demonstrated through her completion of a Master of Clinical Nursing. Ever committed to strengthen opportunities for nursing, through her strategic leadership Nancy successfully developed and implemented a graduate program called ‘Introduction to Emergency Nursing’. Through partnership of this work with the University of Tasmania, Nancy secured that nurses who completed this program of study could be credited if they progressed to study a Graduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing. This graduate program continues to be successful and has since rolled out to other Tasmanian health organisations.

Whilst working at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Nancy rolled out a National Emergency Access Target Project. As a true leader, Nancy worked closely across all stakeholder groups and developed a new model of care with associated pathways and guidelines that would see improvements in service delivery. Nancy’s priority is always geared towards the patient and as a result of her strategic leadership and innovation, the project demonstrated significant decrease in patient wait times and an increase in both patient and staff satisfaction.

As a nursing leader and strong patient advocate, Nancy has undertaken roles that have seen significant impact for patients in Tasmania. She led the introduction of the Community Nurse Navigator role facilitating the client’s journey in the health system, and as Director of Care for hospice@Home, a Federally funded government project, she supported the ability for 2,500 Tasmanians to die in their place of choice.

Although Nancy at times believe that her contributions may appear small on the surface, all her contributions have had meaning not only to herself but to those who have been a part of it. A true leader within the nursing profession.

Nancy is an active member of ACN both at the national and state level and has been an integral part of the growth and strong support within the Tasmanian membership. Through her leadership roles, as the inaugural Tasmanian State Network Chair and Deputy Chair of the 2018 Healthy Ageing Policy Chapter, Nancy has continually demonstrated not only her commitment to the organisation and nursing profession but to the wider health care community.

We are proud to award Fellowship to Nancy today in honour of her passion and dedication to nursing.

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Dianna Burr

Dianna Burr FACN

VIC

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Dianna Burr is an outstanding nurse leader both within the clinical and education environments. After an established career within education, Dianna decided to pursue nursing bringing an accumulation of skills and experience as both a learner and as an educator to her new profession.

Her commitment to leadership and passion for education within the profession is evident throughout her career having successfully completed a Master of Education Studies with minor thesis exploring academics’ perceptions of undergraduate nursing student engagement. This research found evidence to support a new model of undergraduate nursing education pathway called ‘Diploma2Degree’. This program was adopted by higher education and vocational education organisations to encourage greater opportunity and access to education for prospective nurses.

Dianna has repeatedly assumed the role of a leader at different junctures of her career to effect positive departmental policy changes, secure important partnerships for regional students and re-invent training models, significantly improving the teaching experience for the nursing faculty.

Through her exceptional leadership, Dianna was selected to represent her organisation on the Hume Region Simulated Learning Environment Project establishing simulation facilitates at the local regional health campuses. This secured access to a state-of-the-art health training facility for vocational students enhancing their learning experience.

Dianna is a valued member of ACN and previously RCNA. She has actively contributed to ACN’s policy work, as well as ACN publications over the years. She regularly attends and promotes ACN events and has continually strived to build her leadership team since becoming the inaugural Chair of the Victorian Goulburn Murray Region. Through this leadership role she has promoted not only regional but broader ACN membership. In fact, Dianna drives up to 2 hours each way to visit regional hospitals in Victoria to promote ACN and in 2016 Dianna drove 4 hours from Wodonga to Melbourne to attend the first National Roadshow in Victoria to be able to connect with ACN and meet other members. Her loyalty is unwavering.

As a nurse leader within her region, Dianna has been able to secure partnerships with clinical facilities which provide quality clinical placement experiences for students, many of whom are already well established within the community and may seek employment opportunities once they have completed their nursing degree.

It is with pleasure that we award ACN Fellowship to Dianna today in acknowledgement of her passion and commitment to nursing education and the broader profession.

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Sharon Downman

Sharon Downman FACN

QLD

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In a highly-accomplished career that has spanned over three decades, Sharon Downman has demonstrated leadership and passion for nursing in a truly unique way. As the second nurse in Australia to complete her Certification in Health Informatics Australasia, Sharon has been instrumental in promoting the strength of nursing and midwifery through the lens of digital health.

Sharon’s major focus and passion throughout her career is leading in the digital health field. As an early adopter and leader in digital health, Sharon in her own words said she ‘recognised that the digital health field was the way of the future’. A truly visionary leader.

As a leader and mentor, Sharon provides opportunities to others, and with her own coaching and leadership opportunities she has learnt the skills needed not only to undertake her own role but to be able to support others along with her.

Following completion of her Master of Health Informatics in 2005, Sharon’s studies lead her to an understanding of nursing data sets and contributed to a close collaborative relationship during the development of the informatics system ‘Trendcare’ – a digital solution to workforce planning and workload management providing dynamic data for clinicians that is innovative and integrated to facilitate resource planning and episode of care costing.

Her dedication to patient safety and quality in the management of patient electronic information has seen Sharon lead two of Queensland’s biggest digital eHealth projects. Sharon has participated on state-wide committees such as the eHealth Queensland Clinical Governance Committee and was invited to participate on the Statewide Maternity Committee implementing an alert for newborns at risk of hypoglycaemia. Sharon’s involvement on these committees demonstrates the importance of a nursing voice in the digital build of an EMR and ensuring patient safety.

Sharon has held other important roles within the field of digital health and informatics. At St Stephen’s Hospital in Hervey Bay, Sharon held the role of Clinical Informatics Manager/Quality Manager. St Stephen’s Hospital became the first fully integrated digital hospital in Australia and was also the first to achieve HIMMS Level 6. There are 8 stages that organisations work across, 0 – 8, demonstrating the importance of the Level 6 achievement.

Sharon has been a member of ACN and RCNA since 1995. Her expertise in digital health has been of special significance in her leadership role as Deputy Chair of the Nursing Informatics Community of Interest. Sharon has also further demonstrated her passion and focus in the digital health arena as one of the inaugural Clinical Nurse Champions promoting My Health Record in partnership work undertaken by ACN and the Australian Digital Health Agency.

In recognition of her outstanding and trailblazing leadership, particularly in digital health, we are delighted to award Sharon with ACN Fellowship today.

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Tania Dufty

Tania Dufty FACN

ACT

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Tania Dufty is a highly respected nursing executive and exceptional professional demonstrating outstanding nurse leadership with professionalism and compassion. As a widely respected and distinguished nurse leader, Tania’s career spans almost three decades, across different jurisdictions and rural and remote settings . Tania has demonstrated remarkable capabilities through leading high-level projects that have had transformative outcomes. Tania completed her Masters in Health Administration at the University of NSW where she was awarded the 2/5 Australian General Hospital Association Prize in Health Services Manager (Nursing) and a Diploma in Project Management.

One of Tania’s most notable accomplishments was the successful implementation of the first Australian public nurse-led Walk-in Centre in 2010 in the ACT. This is a momentous achievement. Advanced Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners assess and treat people presenting with minor illness or injury. This model of care has since been expanded within the ACT and is also being rolled out in Queensland.

As the Executive Director Nursing and Midwifery for Southern NSW Local Health District, Tania provided strong professional and operational leadership to over 1600 nurses and midwifes across rural and remote settings. Tania led significant work across the nursing and midwifery workforce which had a direct impact and contribution on improving key performance indicators for the jurisdiction and making it one of only two jurisdictions at the time in NSW Health to have a performance level of zero.

Tania has also co-authored a systematic review which was an outcome of work that she led whilst the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery in Southern NSW Local Health District to implement a pilot of medical consultations via telehealth to patients presenting to a rural Emergency Department when there was no medical officer available at the site. The pilot was informed by the outcomes of the systematic review and was titled ‘Medical consults via telehealth in rural Emergency Departments’. The systematic review was presented at the Bega Health Research Forum and the NSW Rural Health and Research Congress.

As a consultant and project manager at ACN, Tania delivered on key initiatives including the Mid-Career Nurse Leadership Program, Health Minister’s Nursing Trailblazers Award and Nursing Now in Australia. In her 14 years of membership at ACN and RCNA, Tania has steadfastly supported the organisation through policy submissions, involvement in the Workforce Sustainability Policy Chapter over the last 2 years, and volunteering at ACN events.

Through her influential leadership roles, Tania has successfully effected system-wide change and consequently enhanced the nursing profession. In recognition of this work we are proud to award ACN Fellowship to Tania today.

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Alanna Geary

Adjunct Professor Alanna Geary FACN

QLD

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Adjunct Professor Geary is a highly respected and committed nurse executive who provides strong leadership to the nursing profession. As a committed nurse leader, Alanna has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession and wider health care in clinical practice, research, management and policy. Through her many years in executive management roles, Alanna’s ability to benchmark and network has positioned her as an opinion leader both nationally and internationally.

In 2014, as Nursing Director of Cancer Care Services at Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Alanna established the Divisional Nursing Research unit which was instrumental in the evolution of nurse led research in cancer care. This unit has secured funding of $1.5 million in the 5 years since its inception. In addition to this, Adjunct Professor Geary has contributed to many research studies and holds adjunct appointments with three major universities.

Alanna has demonstrated great commitment by contributing to the formation of policy both locally and nationally. This has enabled current and future consumers of health care services to access the best possible care and to enable the best possible outcomes. She is an active and participative member of the Queensland Nursing and Midwifery Executive and she is currently the Deputy Chair of the Executive Director of Nursing Forum for Queensland.

Alanna has contributed to the professional growth and development of nurses in the domain of clinical practice. Within her current role as Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery of Metro North Hospital and Health Service, she led, developed and professionally supported nurses and midwives with a focus to improve the organisational culture. Staff feedback praised this work and the opportunities provided to them. For her commendable contributions Alanna was conferred Metro North Staff Excellence Award – Leadership Excellence as the Leader of the Nursing and Midwifery Community of Practice in 2017.

Alanna is a highly engaged and motivated member of ACN and both its predecessor organisations. Alanna participated in the establishment of the National Nursing Executive Group and was appointed as the inaugural Deputy Chair of the Workforce Sustainability Policy Chapter in 2018 and continues in this role for 2019.

We value Alanna’s extensive contributions to the nursing profession, and to ACN, and are delighted to acknowledge this through awarding Fellowship to her today.

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Melinda Jayne Hassall

Melinda Hassall FACN

QLD

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In a career that has spanned over two decades, Melinda Hassall has demonstrated strong leadership across a variety of positions, be it in disaster management or in leading policy work to advocate for nurses. In 2002 when the Bali bombing occurred, Melinda was involved in analysing resources and strategic planning to receive casualties at the Royal Perth Hospital. She observed and learned from her senior colleagues as this event unfolded. Through this tragedy, Melinda reflects this was a pivotal time in her career and demonstrated the critical role of nurse leadership within our healthcare system. It was from this that Melinda went on to complete a Diploma of Frontline Management to enhance and build upon her leadership skills.

Melinda has specialised in blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections and has gained significant expertise in this area through work, extensive research and publication in national and international peer-reviewed journals. Through public health roles Melinda has been able to successfully advocate and lead on several initiatives to enhance patient outcomes and lead policy work to support nurses and nurse practitioners to work to their full scope of practice. Examples of this work include additional government funds for Queensland influenza and pneumococcal vaccination health promotion campaigns and development of education resources to support the elimination of stigma and discrimination from healthcare. Melinda’s strong interest in vaccination as a significant public health initiative lead to her volunteering with a leading social science researcher at the University of Sydney. The research focussed on the exploration of vaccine hesitancy amongst parents and concluded the development of a series of resources in conjunction with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance. The data analysis and subsequent report contributed to the development of resources for the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance ‘Sharing Knowledge About Immunisation’ project.

As a member of ACN and RCNA since 2010, Melinda’s contribution to the organisation is evident through her numerous engagements. As a clinical expert in the field of adult immunisation, she represented ACN internationally at the International Council of Nurses and Pfizer adult immunisation workshop in Paris.

Melinda is highly involved in ACN’s Brisbane Region, and has been an active volunteer at the ACN Expo in Brisbane in 2014, in addition to contributing to ACN’s publications.

Melinda is a valued and highly respected member of can. In acknowledgement of her strong advocacy for the nursing profession and enhancing patient care, we are delighted to award her ACN Fellowship today.

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Susan Hughes

Susan Hughes FACN

TAS

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Susan Hughes is a highly respected nurse and midwife who has demonstrated strong leadership to the nursing profession. Having attained her registered nurse qualification in the United Kingdom, Susan migrated to Australia and completed her studies to become a Midwife.

Sue is passionate about leading through education and has continually demonstrated different ways her leadership has made a difference to the healthcare of the community. Sue firmly believes that as professionals we learn from each other, whatever your years of experience and knowledge, and has used her own education and development roles to support the education of nurses and midwifes throughout her career. As a commitment to her own learning, Sue completed a Batchelor of Education and then progressed to complete a Master of Education as a complimentary layer to her nursing and midwifery qualifications.

As a member of the Nursing Board of Tasmania and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Sue has continued to display leadership through the chairing of two committees, the Registration and Standards Committee and the Nursing Board of Tasmania Accreditation Committee. Sue played a pivotal role as the Chair of these committees and the work undertaken has led to the development of standards and codes of practice for nurses and midwives in Tasmania.

Through the various senior positions that Sue has held, she has always looked for opportunities to improve patient outcomes and enhance the role of nursing. Susan has undertaken a number of significant initiatives within the nursing profession that have culminated in new nursing roles and the expansion in scope of practice for nurses.

Sue’s influence in the nursing profession and health care more broadly is far reaching. Sue passion for education led her to identify a need to develop paediatric skills in nurses caring for patients on a Paediatric Unit. Sue developed and delivered a post graduate paediatric course to enhance the skills and knowledge of nurses in this speciality. This led to successfully trained paediatric nurses that were retained on the Paediatric Unit.

Sue has been a member of both RCNA and ACN, valued by nurses and her peers. She has actively contributed to the organisation as part of the Tasmanian Region Leadership Group and at ACN events, both regional and national. In recognition of her commitment to the nursing profession and to ACN, we are proud to welcome Sue as a Fellow today.

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Deborah Ireson

Dr Deborah Ireson FACN

WA

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Dr Ireson is an exceptional nurse leader, demonstrated through her work caring for women and children within Western Australia’s health care system along with extensive experience within the UK National Health Service. She has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession and wider health care in clinical practice, education and community nursing throughout her extensive career.

Dr Ireson’s influence and connection transcends across both the community of nursing and the higher education sector because of her undertakings in nursing and midwifery educational change and reform. She is a passionate advocate for age appropriate care for pregnant adolescents and has helped these young women and their families throughout their birth experience in often challenging circumstances. Through this work, Deborah has been recognised through her nomination on two occasions for the HESTA WA Nursing Excellence Awards.

Deborah has been an active professional engaged within the public health system caring for women and children in WA. She promoted healthy pregnancy, healthy babies, family partnership support and empowered young women throughout their birth experience to adapt successfully to their mothering role in often challenging circumstances.

Inspired by her interest in maternal health, Deborah pursued further personal education to enhance her expertise and ability to provide comprehensive nursing support. This included several post graduate qualifications including a Master of Midwifery and PhD. Deborah’s PhD focused on antenatal care for pregnant adolescents and within her current role at Edith Cowan University, she supports registered nurses and midwives to complete their PhD studies. Deborah also coordinates the undergraduate child and adolescent health-nursing unit and teaches in the regionally based undergraduate dual degree nursing and midwifery course. Deborah also provides peer support to nursing students by organising community events and welcome information for students at various points throughout the year showcasing her exemplary leadership qualities.

Not only has she actively promoted ACN to the membership base in WA, Deborah has also supported ACN through volunteering at major events and mentoring student members. Deborah is passionate about supporting junior nurses and participates as a Career Coach to ACN student members as well as providing mentorship to students locally.

In recognition of her contributions, we are proud to award ACN Fellowship to Deborah.

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Joanne Mapes

Joanne Mapes FACN

VIC

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As a values-based leader and steward for the nursing profession, Joanne Mapes demonstrates dedication, commitment and strategic thinking in all that she does whilst championing the nursing voice to lead and influence health care reform. As Director of Nursing/Midwifery and Operations and Director of Professional Practice at Eastern Health in Victoria, Jo provides inspiring leadership for professional practice to 4,000 nurses and midwives and endeavours to tirelessly drive expansion of the scope of practice for nurses, workforce initiatives and regulation and policy development. She is recognised and regarded as a nurse leader who engenders trust and motivates teams.

Having led the Professional Practice portfolio for 4 years, Jo is passionate about maintaining the integrity and values of the profession and committed to the development of expanding the scope of practice for nurses, workforce initiatives and regulation.

Jo has demonstrated her leadership acumen in many facets of her nursing career and is currently responsible for a variety of professional and clinical initiatives, policy development, scope of practice credentialing and regulation matters.

Jo was elected to the Victorian Nursing and Midwifery Board in 2018 as a practitioner member which further underlines her commitment to the nursing profession.

With a passion for regulation and her commitment as a leader, Jo was involved in significant work developing and implementing the Professional Framework titled ‘The Domains of Practice’ at Eastern Health. This framework compliments the regulatory requirements of the professions of nursing and midwifery and ensures that staff can develop their own professional career plans and aspirations to develop as a nurse or midwife.

Jo has been responsible for the implementation of the state-wide Hospital in the Home review and development of HITH guidelines. She has also contributed to the Assistant in Nursing role development on a state-wide level and the roll out of the delegation and supervision guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services. At a local level, Jo has contributed to and coordinated the Nursing Practice guidelines and provides nursing representation on the Medication Safety and Clinical Deteriorating Expert Advisory Committees.

Jo has been a member of ACN since 2016, and in that short time she has embraced opportunities to promote the importance of membership with the nursing professional peak body. Jo has grabbed at opportunities locally, nationally and internationally to promote the valuable work she has undertaken across workforce and professional frameworks, which is demonstrated through her National Nursing Forum and International Council of Nurses presentations.

In acknowledgement of her strong leadership and support for the profession, we are delighted to award Jo ACN Fellowship today.

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Brett Mitchell

Professor Brett Mitchell FACN

NSW

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Professor Brett Mitchell is a highly regarded nurse leader whose contribution throughout his extensive career has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession through research, policy and education. With over two decades of experience in nursing, Brett moved from the UK where he commenced his nursing career migrating to Australia in 2008.

Throughout his research career, Professor Mitchell has over 120 peer-reviewed publications and has secured $1.9 million in research grants. Brett’s involvement as a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Executive within Tasmania is an excellent example of where he has demonstrated his leadership skills achieving positive outcomes for the community. Through this leadership position, Professor Mitchell led Tasmania to become the first state in Australia to publically report infection rates. This was a transformational journey improving governance structures for reporting health care quality indicators within the Tasmanian health system.

Professor Mitchell is regarding as an expert within the field of infection, prevention and control and has been recognised both nationally and internationally in this area. In 2011, Professor Mitchell was appointed to the national steering committee providing oversight to the establishment of a national body for infection prevention and control where he led the development of significant governance processes. In 2015 and 2016 he held the role of Scientific Chair for international conferences organised by the Australasian College of Infection Prevention and Control further highlighting the recognition of his leadership and expertise in this field.

Throughout his extensive career, Brett has held many high-level leadership positions in clinical practice, education, research, management and policy. Some of Professor Mitchell’s large array of contributions include:

  • Chair of a National health and Medical Research Council committee of Australian Infection Disease Experts,
  • Member of Antimicrobial Utilisation and Resistance Australia Committee, Australian Commission on Safety and quality in Health Care, and
  • Editor-in-Chief for the international peer reviewed journal – ‘Infection Disease and Health

Professor Mitchell has been instrumental in ACN’s policy initiatives through his feedback on policy consultations. He actively participates in the Tasmanian regional events and his involvement in the Career Coaching program and valuable mentorship to students also deserve a special mention.

In recognition of Professor Mitchell’s exceptional contribution to the nursing profession, and in particular to infection, prevention and control, we are delighted to honour him with ACN Fellowship today.

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Robyn Quinn

Robyn Quinn FACN

NSW

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Over the last 3 decades, Robyn Quinn’s exceptional leadership has transcended health care systems nationally and globally, particularly in the area of pain management, and was the first nurse ever to be elected to the Council of the Australian Pain Society, a significant appointment and achievement.

Through Robyn’s expertise and leadership, she was successful in leading a multidisciplinary team and developing clinical pathways for specific pain diagnoses. These pathways had positive outcomes for patients and were widely accepted by all clinicians. As a trailblazer of her time, the pathways Robyn developed are still being used to this day demonstrating true leadership to improve the patient experience and improve clinical governance. As a member of the International Association for Pain, Robyn was selected as the Asia-Pacific representative to work with other international representatives on the development of a curriculum for pain education. This curriculum was formulated to assist nursing colleges in the developed and under-developed world to teach both under-graduate and post-graduate students on nursing patients with pain. This invitation is significant recognition of Robyn’s expertise in this field undertaking work on the international stage.

As co-convenor of the Australian Pain Society and Australian Rehabilitation College, Robyn was instrumental in establishing a special interest group, ‘Pain Interest Group Nurses’. Despite being established in 1990, this group continues to offer education and support to nurses working or interested in pain management. Another example of Robyn’s visionary leadership.

In addition to the many leadership roles Robyn has held, she has also undertaken the role of President of the Australasian Association for Quality in Healthcare for the past 3 years.

Robyn is a highly-respected and exceptional nurse leader both to ACN and the wider nursing community, nationally and internationally. Over the last three decades she has been an active member of the Australian College of Nursing and its predecessor organisations. Robyn has enthusiastically assumed various leadership roles, including Chair of NSW State Network, Deputy Chair of the Chronic Disease Policy Chapter and Chair of the Clinical Product Advisors Community of Interest. Currently, Robyn is actively working to promote ACN in NSW and create engagement opportunities for our Fellows and Members, including opportunities to promote and support our Emerging Nurse Leaders.

In recognition of her exemplary leadership to advance nursing, particularly within the field of pain management, we are delighted to honour Robyn as a Fellow of ACN today.

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Kalpana Raghunathan

Kalpana Raghunathan FACN

VIC

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An accomplished nursing education expert, Kalpana Raghunathan’s work in education strategy and course management has been truly commendable. Kalpana’s expertise in innovative course designing and education strategy in vocational training has been instrumental in redesigning the curriculum and program delivery of several nursing education programs including ‘Integrating Nursing Informatics competencies into entry to practice curriculum’ at Melbourne University.

With a blend of educational backgrounds demonstrating Kalpana’s passion and interest to learn and grow, Kalpana started her nursing career as an Enrolled Nurse before progressing to complete her Bachelor of Nursing degree. With a continued passion for course design and innovative learning techniques, Kalpana has been invited to give numerous presentations at conferences along with professional speeches. She has also been the contributing author on a number of nursing text book publications including Tabbner’s nursing care: Theory and Practice. 8th edition.

Kalpana’s leadership in mentoring and workforce development has provided immense support to new and inexperienced nurse educators who are entering the formal teaching environment. She has always been a role model for nurses who are interested in progressing their careers in different areas of education and or potential future nurses considering late entry into nursing.

As an active member of ACN, Kalpana has continually sought out ways to stay connected. She has held the Deputy Chair role for ACN’s Melbourne Region and actively promotes informal networking and formal CPD events, such as the Gertrude Berger Oration, as well as promoting membership engagement in the region. In response to the introduction of Voluntary Assisted Dying in Victoria, Kalpana worked with the Melbourne Region leadership team and coordinated an event for nurses on this important legislative change.

As a visionary undergraduate student, Kalpana recognised the importance and connection with the national peak body for the nursing profession and sought out ways to be connected and involved. Through this engagement, Kalpana has become highly regarding and respected as a nurse leader.

To acknowledge her outstanding leadership and contributions as a member of ACN, we are pleased to welcome her as a Fellow of ACN today.

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NameState/Territory
Professor R Lynette Russell AO FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Anna Shepherd FACN (Hon)NSW
Dr Ruth De Souza FACNVIC
Helen Eccles FACNNSW
Dr John Rolley FACNNSW
Anthony Russell FACNNSW
Associate Professor Georgina Parkes Willetts FACNVIC
Susan Williams FACNNSW
NameState/Territory
Judith Louise Meppem PSM FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Lydia Dennett FACNQLD
Adjunct Professor Naomi Dobroff FACNVIC
Yvonne Mckinlay FACNNSW
Leanne Smith FACNQLD
NameState/Territory
Rosemary Barrington Bryant AO FACN (DLF)VIC
John Buxton FACN (Hon)ACT
Dr Drew Dwyer PhD FACNQLD
Dr Elizabeth Emmanuel FACNQLD
Karina Fung-Cheung So FACNNSW
Professor Jane Phillips FACNNSW
Adjunct Professor David Plunkett FACNVIC
Dr Elise Sullivan FACNVIC
NameState/Territory
Associate Professor Elisabeth Jacob FACNWA
NameState/Territory
Belynda Abbott FACNQLD
Elizabeth Hutchings FACNNSW
Professor Alison Hutton FACNNSW
Professor Debra Jackson FACNNSW
Elizabeth Matters FACNNSW
Professor Lisa McKenna FACNVIC
Kay Ross FACNQLD
NameState/Territory
Dr Catriona Booker FACNQLD
Dr Jason Mills FACNQLD
Annette Solman FACNNSW
Dr Jennifer Weller-Newton FACNVIC
Dr Chiung-Jung Wu FACNQLD
NameState/Territory
Sandra Eagar FACNNSW
Professor Jeffrey Fuller FACNSA
Jennifer Lumsden CSC FACNNSW
Dr Bodil Rasmussen FACNVIC
Dr Andrew Scanlon FACNVIC
Maureen Ward FACNVIC
NameState/Territory
Ms Barbara G Daly FACN (DLF)ACT
Ms Margaret Gladys Dockar FACN (DLF)ACT
Ms Christine M. Smith FACN (DLF)ACT
Mrs Natalie Anne Ashcroft FACNACT
Dr Christine Margaret Ashley FACNACT
Ms Mary-Grace Bingham FACNACT
Dr Lexie Anne Brans FACNACT
Ms Karen Margaret Cook FACNACT
Mrs Paula Christine Elliott FACNACT
Ms Edna Florence Fenwick FACNACT
Ms Therese Alice Gehrig FACNACT
Mrs Marilyn A. Gendek FACNACT
Dr Elizabeth Gayle Hanna FACNACT
Dr Janice Evelyn Sylvia Herbert FACNACT
Mrs Lillian Merle Hicks FACNACT
Miss Kathleen Evelyn Hogan AM FACNACT
Dr Susan Hunt FACNACT
Mrs Yvonne Jayawardena FACNACT
Mrs Mary May Kellow OAM FACNACT
Mr Matt Alan Luther OAM FACN FACNP FCENAACT
Ms Kathleen McLaughlin FACNACT
Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Porra FACNACT
Ms Margaret Proctor FACNACT
Dr Joanne Marian Ramadge FACNACT
Adjunct Professor Kylie Anne Ward FACNACT
Mrs Patricia Joan Warfe FACNACT
Ms Deirdre Joy Anderson FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Kathleen Evelyn Baker AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Beryl June Bentley FACN (DLF)NSW
Dr Gayle Estelle Burr FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Roberta Carter-Brown OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Margaret Joan Coulson FACN (DLF)NSW
Mrs Margaret Ann Doherty FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Betty Ethel Hall FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Brenda Joy Hawkins FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Nancy Monica Joyce OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Mr Ernest William Lindfield FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Nola Estelle Negus FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Shirley Nelson OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Phyllis Margaret Newnham AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Merle Elecia Parkes AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor Robin June Parsons AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor Debora Margaret Picone AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Paulina Pilkington RSC AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Thelma Moreen Power FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Rosalie Pratt AM FACN (DLF)NSW
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Mrs Rosemary Oates FACNNSW
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Mr Robert O'Donohue FACNNSW
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Mrs Julie Anne Porritt FACNNSW
Dr Lesley Evelyn Potter FACNNSW
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Dr Ruth Lillian Rae FACNNSW
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Mr Warrick Garth Charles Brewster-Webb FACNQLD
Mrs Gwendoline Christina Brown FACNQLD
Mr John Bernard Brown FACNQLD
Mr Mark Joseph Brown FACNQLD
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Mr Alan Douglas Cooper FACNQLD
Mrs Margaret Ann Cooper FACNQLD
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Mrs Deirdre Rita Cowan FACNQLD
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Carmel Cullen FACNQLD
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Mr Gareth John Daniels FACNQLD
Mrs Susan Marie De Vries FACNQLD
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Miss Jan Margaret Denyer FACNQLD
Mr Robert J. Devere FACNQLD
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Mr Glenn Douglas Hokin FACNQLD
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Dr Deborah Claire Mooney FACNQLD
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Dr Monica Lydia Nebauer FACNQLD
Ms Debra Ellen Nizette FACNQLD
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Mr Stephan Francis Nugent FACNQLD
Dr Yvonne T. Osborne FACNQLD
Dr Frances Mary Peart FACNQLD
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Mrs June Marie Cox FACNSA
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Professor Jeffrey Donald Fuller FACNSA
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Mr Stephen W. Harding FACNSA
Mrs Ann M. Henderson FACNSA
Dr Charmaine Helen Hockley FACNSA
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Dr Heather Ann Mattner FACNSA
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Mrs Heather Margaret Schubert FACNSA
Mrs Christine Frances Sedunary FACNSA
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Dr Gillian Rita Sneddon FACNSA
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Mr Ian Robert Thackray FACNSA
Mrs Ella Patricia Tyler FACNSA
Mrs Elizabeth Warnes FACNSA
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Dr Heather Gluyas FACNTAS
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Mrs Susan Angela Hughes FACNTAS
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Mrs Julie M. Porter FACNTAS
Mrs Anne-Marie Ramsay FACNTAS
Mrs Mara Skuja FACNTAS
Mrs Evelynne Laurence Thorp FACNTAS
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Mrs Helen Marguerite Hamilton FACN (DLF)VIC
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Dr John Hendrik Bamberg FACNVIC
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Miss Alice Wing Choi FACNVIC
Mr Christopher A. Cliffe FACNVIC
Dr Lisa Marie Clinnick FACNVIC
Dr Jennifer Ann Coghlan FACNVIC
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Mrs Amelia Jean Courtney FACNVIC
Mrs Karen Crawford FACNVIC
Dr Wendy Michele Cross FACNVIC
Ms Susan Maureen Daly FACNVIC
Dr Ruth Noreen De Souza FACNVIC
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Professor Elaine Mary Duffy FACNVIC
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Mrs Ann Shirley Edgley FACNVIC
Mrs Lynette Maree Elliott FACNVIC
Mrs Marsha Joan Ellis FACNVIC
Ms Julie Fechner FACNVIC
Mr Nigel Clive Fidgeon FACNVIC
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Mr Wayne Kenneth Charles Johnston FACNVIC
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Miss Marion Elizabeth Kilvert FACNVIC
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Mr Thomas Graham Morgan FACNVIC
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Penny Newsome FACNVIC
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Miss Dorothy Owen FACNVIC
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Mrs Sussan Jane Pleunik FACNVIC
Virginia Margaret Plummer FACNVIC
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Dr Jocelyn M. Small FACNVIC
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Mrs Neroli-Anne Gosper FACN (DLF)
Adjunct Professor Cheyne Chalmers FACN
Dr Geoffrey Clark FACN
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Dr David John Lindsay FACN
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2019

2019 ACN Distinguished Life Fellows

John Kelly

Adjunct Professor John G Kelly AM FACN (DLF)

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Adjunct Prof John Kelly is an honourable, intelligent and wise leader, not only within the nursing profession, in which he has served for many years, but also within health care, the charitable sector and the legal profession in Australia and internationally.

Adjunct Prof Kelly’s commitment and contribution to the professional nursing Colleges, firstly the NSW College of Nursing and the Royal College of Nursing, Australia and now to the Australian College of Nursing, has been steadfast and generous.

Adjunct Prof Kelly has served as President of the NSW Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia and now the NSW Nursing and Midwifery Council for many years, bringing his amalgam of nursing and legal knowledge to bear on nursing and midwifery regulation.

Adjunct Prof Kelly has demonstrated exceptional leadership across the roles he has worked in, such as Director and Chair of the Smith Family charity, Aged Care Commissioner, Director of Uniting Care, CEO of Aged and Community Care Services and currently as CEO of the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

John has made significant contributions to ACN, one of which is the collaboration between ACN and the Heart Foundation to support ACN’s NurseStrong initiative promoting health and wellbeing amongst nurses.

Despite gaining his law degree and working outside of direct patient care for many years, John’s commitment to the advancement of nursing has never wavered. He has always acted as a nurse at heart, whether in his roles in regulation, in professional colleges, in his role as a lawyer, in executive roles in aged care or within the Heart Foundation. There are few nurses in Australia who have engaged as widely in ‘doing good’ for the wellbeing of the Australian people as Adjunct Professor Kelly.

Adjunct Professor Kelly has served on several Board positions and has held many high-level leadership positions with nationally revered organisations. Such roles include Director and Chair of the Smith Family charity, Aged Care Commissioner, Director of Uniting Care, CEO of Aged and Community Care Services and his current role as CEO of the National Heart Foundation of Australia. Adjunct Professor Kelly is admired and highly respected among his peers. In recognition of his great contribution to the health industry, Adjust Professor Kelly was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in 2009.

We admire his dedication and support to the profession and are extremely proud to recognise Adjunct Prof Kelly as a Distinguished Life Fellow of ACN today.

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2019 ACN Fellows

Nancy Arnold

Nancy Arnold FACN

TAS

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Nancy Arnold’s distinguished nursing career spans across three decades. Although she has held a number of positions, the title that Nancy wears most with pride is that of registered nurse. Nancy has led several innovative projects in Tasmania’s health care system that have made significant improvements in the quality of care for the Tasmanian community. As Director of Care, Nancy successfully implemented the start up for organisational Home Care Packages increasing availability and access to these packages for Tasmanians in need.

Nancy is committed to her own professional development which is demonstrated through her completion of a Master of Clinical Nursing. Ever committed to strengthen opportunities for nursing, through her strategic leadership Nancy successfully developed and implemented a graduate program called ‘Introduction to Emergency Nursing’. Through partnership of this work with the University of Tasmania, Nancy secured that nurses who completed this program of study could be credited if they progressed to study a Graduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing. This graduate program continues to be successful and has since rolled out to other Tasmanian health organisations.

Whilst working at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Nancy rolled out a National Emergency Access Target Project. As a true leader, Nancy worked closely across all stakeholder groups and developed a new model of care with associated pathways and guidelines that would see improvements in service delivery. Nancy’s priority is always geared towards the patient and as a result of her strategic leadership and innovation, the project demonstrated significant decrease in patient wait times and an increase in both patient and staff satisfaction.

As a nursing leader and strong patient advocate, Nancy has undertaken roles that have seen significant impact for patients in Tasmania. She led the introduction of the Community Nurse Navigator role facilitating the client’s journey in the health system, and as Director of Care for hospice@Home, a Federally funded government project, she supported the ability for 2,500 Tasmanians to die in their place of choice.

Although Nancy at times believe that her contributions may appear small on the surface, all her contributions have had meaning not only to herself but to those who have been a part of it. A true leader within the nursing profession.

Nancy is an active member of ACN both at the national and state level and has been an integral part of the growth and strong support within the Tasmanian membership. Through her leadership roles, as the inaugural Tasmanian State Network Chair and Deputy Chair of the 2018 Healthy Ageing Policy Chapter, Nancy has continually demonstrated not only her commitment to the organisation and nursing profession but to the wider health care community.

We are proud to award Fellowship to Nancy today in honour of her passion and dedication to nursing.

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Dianna Burr

Dianna Burr FACN

VIC

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Dianna Burr is an outstanding nurse leader both within the clinical and education environments. After an established career within education, Dianna decided to pursue nursing bringing an accumulation of skills and experience as both a learner and as an educator to her new profession.

Her commitment to leadership and passion for education within the profession is evident throughout her career having successfully completed a Master of Education Studies with minor thesis exploring academics’ perceptions of undergraduate nursing student engagement. This research found evidence to support a new model of undergraduate nursing education pathway called ‘Diploma2Degree’. This program was adopted by higher education and vocational education organisations to encourage greater opportunity and access to education for prospective nurses.

Dianna has repeatedly assumed the role of a leader at different junctures of her career to effect positive departmental policy changes, secure important partnerships for regional students and re-invent training models, significantly improving the teaching experience for the nursing faculty.

Through her exceptional leadership, Dianna was selected to represent her organisation on the Hume Region Simulated Learning Environment Project establishing simulation facilitates at the local regional health campuses. This secured access to a state-of-the-art health training facility for vocational students enhancing their learning experience.

Dianna is a valued member of ACN and previously RCNA. She has actively contributed to ACN’s policy work, as well as ACN publications over the years. She regularly attends and promotes ACN events and has continually strived to build her leadership team since becoming the inaugural Chair of the Victorian Goulburn Murray Region. Through this leadership role she has promoted not only regional but broader ACN membership. In fact, Dianna drives up to 2 hours each way to visit regional hospitals in Victoria to promote ACN and in 2016 Dianna drove 4 hours from Wodonga to Melbourne to attend the first National Roadshow in Victoria to be able to connect with ACN and meet other members. Her loyalty is unwavering.

As a nurse leader within her region, Dianna has been able to secure partnerships with clinical facilities which provide quality clinical placement experiences for students, many of whom are already well established within the community and may seek employment opportunities once they have completed their nursing degree.

It is with pleasure that we award ACN Fellowship to Dianna today in acknowledgement of her passion and commitment to nursing education and the broader profession.

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Sharon Downman

Sharon Downman FACN

QLD

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In a highly-accomplished career that has spanned over three decades, Sharon Downman has demonstrated leadership and passion for nursing in a truly unique way. As the second nurse in Australia to complete her Certification in Health Informatics Australasia, Sharon has been instrumental in promoting the strength of nursing and midwifery through the lens of digital health.

Sharon’s major focus and passion throughout her career is leading in the digital health field. As an early adopter and leader in digital health, Sharon in her own words said she ‘recognised that the digital health field was the way of the future’. A truly visionary leader.

As a leader and mentor, Sharon provides opportunities to others, and with her own coaching and leadership opportunities she has learnt the skills needed not only to undertake her own role but to be able to support others along with her.

Following completion of her Master of Health Informatics in 2005, Sharon’s studies lead her to an understanding of nursing data sets and contributed to a close collaborative relationship during the development of the informatics system ‘Trendcare’ – a digital solution to workforce planning and workload management providing dynamic data for clinicians that is innovative and integrated to facilitate resource planning and episode of care costing.

Her dedication to patient safety and quality in the management of patient electronic information has seen Sharon lead two of Queensland’s biggest digital eHealth projects. Sharon has participated on state-wide committees such as the eHealth Queensland Clinical Governance Committee and was invited to participate on the Statewide Maternity Committee implementing an alert for newborns at risk of hypoglycaemia. Sharon’s involvement on these committees demonstrates the importance of a nursing voice in the digital build of an EMR and ensuring patient safety.

Sharon has held other important roles within the field of digital health and informatics. At St Stephen’s Hospital in Hervey Bay, Sharon held the role of Clinical Informatics Manager/Quality Manager. St Stephen’s Hospital became the first fully integrated digital hospital in Australia and was also the first to achieve HIMMS Level 6. There are 8 stages that organisations work across, 0 – 8, demonstrating the importance of the Level 6 achievement.

Sharon has been a member of ACN and RCNA since 1995. Her expertise in digital health has been of special significance in her leadership role as Deputy Chair of the Nursing Informatics Community of Interest. Sharon has also further demonstrated her passion and focus in the digital health arena as one of the inaugural Clinical Nurse Champions promoting My Health Record in partnership work undertaken by ACN and the Australian Digital Health Agency.

In recognition of her outstanding and trailblazing leadership, particularly in digital health, we are delighted to award Sharon with ACN Fellowship today.

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Tania Dufty

Tania Dufty FACN

ACT

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Tania Dufty is a highly respected nursing executive and exceptional professional demonstrating outstanding nurse leadership with professionalism and compassion. As a widely respected and distinguished nurse leader, Tania’s career spans almost three decades, across different jurisdictions and rural and remote settings . Tania has demonstrated remarkable capabilities through leading high-level projects that have had transformative outcomes. Tania completed her Masters in Health Administration at the University of NSW where she was awarded the 2/5 Australian General Hospital Association Prize in Health Services Manager (Nursing) and a Diploma in Project Management.

One of Tania’s most notable accomplishments was the successful implementation of the first Australian public nurse-led Walk-in Centre in 2010 in the ACT. This is a momentous achievement. Advanced Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners assess and treat people presenting with minor illness or injury. This model of care has since been expanded within the ACT and is also being rolled out in Queensland.

As the Executive Director Nursing and Midwifery for Southern NSW Local Health District, Tania provided strong professional and operational leadership to over 1600 nurses and midwifes across rural and remote settings. Tania led significant work across the nursing and midwifery workforce which had a direct impact and contribution on improving key performance indicators for the jurisdiction and making it one of only two jurisdictions at the time in NSW Health to have a performance level of zero.

Tania has also co-authored a systematic review which was an outcome of work that she led whilst the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery in Southern NSW Local Health District to implement a pilot of medical consultations via telehealth to patients presenting to a rural Emergency Department when there was no medical officer available at the site. The pilot was informed by the outcomes of the systematic review and was titled ‘Medical consults via telehealth in rural Emergency Departments’. The systematic review was presented at the Bega Health Research Forum and the NSW Rural Health and Research Congress.

As a consultant and project manager at ACN, Tania delivered on key initiatives including the Mid-Career Nurse Leadership Program, Health Minister’s Nursing Trailblazers Award and Nursing Now in Australia. In her 14 years of membership at ACN and RCNA, Tania has steadfastly supported the organisation through policy submissions, involvement in the Workforce Sustainability Policy Chapter over the last 2 years, and volunteering at ACN events.

Through her influential leadership roles, Tania has successfully effected system-wide change and consequently enhanced the nursing profession. In recognition of this work we are proud to award ACN Fellowship to Tania today.

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Alanna Geary

Adjunct Professor Alanna Geary FACN

QLD

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Adjunct Professor Geary is a highly respected and committed nurse executive who provides strong leadership to the nursing profession. As a committed nurse leader, Alanna has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession and wider health care in clinical practice, research, management and policy. Through her many years in executive management roles, Alanna’s ability to benchmark and network has positioned her as an opinion leader both nationally and internationally.

In 2014, as Nursing Director of Cancer Care Services at Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Alanna established the Divisional Nursing Research unit which was instrumental in the evolution of nurse led research in cancer care. This unit has secured funding of $1.5 million in the 5 years since its inception. In addition to this, Adjunct Professor Geary has contributed to many research studies and holds adjunct appointments with three major universities.

Alanna has demonstrated great commitment by contributing to the formation of policy both locally and nationally. This has enabled current and future consumers of health care services to access the best possible care and to enable the best possible outcomes. She is an active and participative member of the Queensland Nursing and Midwifery Executive and she is currently the Deputy Chair of the Executive Director of Nursing Forum for Queensland.

Alanna has contributed to the professional growth and development of nurses in the domain of clinical practice. Within her current role as Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery of Metro North Hospital and Health Service, she led, developed and professionally supported nurses and midwives with a focus to improve the organisational culture. Staff feedback praised this work and the opportunities provided to them. For her commendable contributions Alanna was conferred Metro North Staff Excellence Award – Leadership Excellence as the Leader of the Nursing and Midwifery Community of Practice in 2017.

Alanna is a highly engaged and motivated member of ACN and both its predecessor organisations. Alanna participated in the establishment of the National Nursing Executive Group and was appointed as the inaugural Deputy Chair of the Workforce Sustainability Policy Chapter in 2018 and continues in this role for 2019.

We value Alanna’s extensive contributions to the nursing profession, and to ACN, and are delighted to acknowledge this through awarding Fellowship to her today.

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Melinda Jayne Hassall

Melinda Hassall FACN

QLD

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In a career that has spanned over two decades, Melinda Hassall has demonstrated strong leadership across a variety of positions, be it in disaster management or in leading policy work to advocate for nurses. In 2002 when the Bali bombing occurred, Melinda was involved in analysing resources and strategic planning to receive casualties at the Royal Perth Hospital. She observed and learned from her senior colleagues as this event unfolded. Through this tragedy, Melinda reflects this was a pivotal time in her career and demonstrated the critical role of nurse leadership within our healthcare system. It was from this that Melinda went on to complete a Diploma of Frontline Management to enhance and build upon her leadership skills.

Melinda has specialised in blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections and has gained significant expertise in this area through work, extensive research and publication in national and international peer-reviewed journals. Through public health roles Melinda has been able to successfully advocate and lead on several initiatives to enhance patient outcomes and lead policy work to support nurses and nurse practitioners to work to their full scope of practice. Examples of this work include additional government funds for Queensland influenza and pneumococcal vaccination health promotion campaigns and development of education resources to support the elimination of stigma and discrimination from healthcare. Melinda’s strong interest in vaccination as a significant public health initiative lead to her volunteering with a leading social science researcher at the University of Sydney. The research focussed on the exploration of vaccine hesitancy amongst parents and concluded the development of a series of resources in conjunction with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance. The data analysis and subsequent report contributed to the development of resources for the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance ‘Sharing Knowledge About Immunisation’ project.

As a member of ACN and RCNA since 2010, Melinda’s contribution to the organisation is evident through her numerous engagements. As a clinical expert in the field of adult immunisation, she represented ACN internationally at the International Council of Nurses and Pfizer adult immunisation workshop in Paris.

Melinda is highly involved in ACN’s Brisbane Region, and has been an active volunteer at the ACN Expo in Brisbane in 2014, in addition to contributing to ACN’s publications.

Melinda is a valued and highly respected member of can. In acknowledgement of her strong advocacy for the nursing profession and enhancing patient care, we are delighted to award her ACN Fellowship today.

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Susan Hughes

Susan Hughes FACN

TAS

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Susan Hughes is a highly respected nurse and midwife who has demonstrated strong leadership to the nursing profession. Having attained her registered nurse qualification in the United Kingdom, Susan migrated to Australia and completed her studies to become a Midwife.

Sue is passionate about leading through education and has continually demonstrated different ways her leadership has made a difference to the healthcare of the community. Sue firmly believes that as professionals we learn from each other, whatever your years of experience and knowledge, and has used her own education and development roles to support the education of nurses and midwifes throughout her career. As a commitment to her own learning, Sue completed a Batchelor of Education and then progressed to complete a Master of Education as a complimentary layer to her nursing and midwifery qualifications.

As a member of the Nursing Board of Tasmania and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Sue has continued to display leadership through the chairing of two committees, the Registration and Standards Committee and the Nursing Board of Tasmania Accreditation Committee. Sue played a pivotal role as the Chair of these committees and the work undertaken has led to the development of standards and codes of practice for nurses and midwives in Tasmania.

Through the various senior positions that Sue has held, she has always looked for opportunities to improve patient outcomes and enhance the role of nursing. Susan has undertaken a number of significant initiatives within the nursing profession that have culminated in new nursing roles and the expansion in scope of practice for nurses.

Sue’s influence in the nursing profession and health care more broadly is far reaching. Sue passion for education led her to identify a need to develop paediatric skills in nurses caring for patients on a Paediatric Unit. Sue developed and delivered a post graduate paediatric course to enhance the skills and knowledge of nurses in this speciality. This led to successfully trained paediatric nurses that were retained on the Paediatric Unit.

Sue has been a member of both RCNA and ACN, valued by nurses and her peers. She has actively contributed to the organisation as part of the Tasmanian Region Leadership Group and at ACN events, both regional and national. In recognition of her commitment to the nursing profession and to ACN, we are proud to welcome Sue as a Fellow today.

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Deborah Ireson

Dr Deborah Ireson FACN

WA

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Dr Ireson is an exceptional nurse leader, demonstrated through her work caring for women and children within Western Australia’s health care system along with extensive experience within the UK National Health Service. She has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession and wider health care in clinical practice, education and community nursing throughout her extensive career.

Dr Ireson’s influence and connection transcends across both the community of nursing and the higher education sector because of her undertakings in nursing and midwifery educational change and reform. She is a passionate advocate for age appropriate care for pregnant adolescents and has helped these young women and their families throughout their birth experience in often challenging circumstances. Through this work, Deborah has been recognised through her nomination on two occasions for the HESTA WA Nursing Excellence Awards.

Deborah has been an active professional engaged within the public health system caring for women and children in WA. She promoted healthy pregnancy, healthy babies, family partnership support and empowered young women throughout their birth experience to adapt successfully to their mothering role in often challenging circumstances.

Inspired by her interest in maternal health, Deborah pursued further personal education to enhance her expertise and ability to provide comprehensive nursing support. This included several post graduate qualifications including a Master of Midwifery and PhD. Deborah’s PhD focused on antenatal care for pregnant adolescents and within her current role at Edith Cowan University, she supports registered nurses and midwives to complete their PhD studies. Deborah also coordinates the undergraduate child and adolescent health-nursing unit and teaches in the regionally based undergraduate dual degree nursing and midwifery course. Deborah also provides peer support to nursing students by organising community events and welcome information for students at various points throughout the year showcasing her exemplary leadership qualities.

Not only has she actively promoted ACN to the membership base in WA, Deborah has also supported ACN through volunteering at major events and mentoring student members. Deborah is passionate about supporting junior nurses and participates as a Career Coach to ACN student members as well as providing mentorship to students locally.

In recognition of her contributions, we are proud to award ACN Fellowship to Deborah.

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Joanne Mapes

Joanne Mapes FACN

VIC

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As a values-based leader and steward for the nursing profession, Joanne Mapes demonstrates dedication, commitment and strategic thinking in all that she does whilst championing the nursing voice to lead and influence health care reform. As Director of Nursing/Midwifery and Operations and Director of Professional Practice at Eastern Health in Victoria, Jo provides inspiring leadership for professional practice to 4,000 nurses and midwives and endeavours to tirelessly drive expansion of the scope of practice for nurses, workforce initiatives and regulation and policy development. She is recognised and regarded as a nurse leader who engenders trust and motivates teams.

Having led the Professional Practice portfolio for 4 years, Jo is passionate about maintaining the integrity and values of the profession and committed to the development of expanding the scope of practice for nurses, workforce initiatives and regulation.

Jo has demonstrated her leadership acumen in many facets of her nursing career and is currently responsible for a variety of professional and clinical initiatives, policy development, scope of practice credentialing and regulation matters.

Jo was elected to the Victorian Nursing and Midwifery Board in 2018 as a practitioner member which further underlines her commitment to the nursing profession.

With a passion for regulation and her commitment as a leader, Jo was involved in significant work developing and implementing the Professional Framework titled ‘The Domains of Practice’ at Eastern Health. This framework compliments the regulatory requirements of the professions of nursing and midwifery and ensures that staff can develop their own professional career plans and aspirations to develop as a nurse or midwife.

Jo has been responsible for the implementation of the state-wide Hospital in the Home review and development of HITH guidelines. She has also contributed to the Assistant in Nursing role development on a state-wide level and the roll out of the delegation and supervision guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services. At a local level, Jo has contributed to and coordinated the Nursing Practice guidelines and provides nursing representation on the Medication Safety and Clinical Deteriorating Expert Advisory Committees.

Jo has been a member of ACN since 2016, and in that short time she has embraced opportunities to promote the importance of membership with the nursing professional peak body. Jo has grabbed at opportunities locally, nationally and internationally to promote the valuable work she has undertaken across workforce and professional frameworks, which is demonstrated through her National Nursing Forum and International Council of Nurses presentations.

In acknowledgement of her strong leadership and support for the profession, we are delighted to award Jo ACN Fellowship today.

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Brett Mitchell

Professor Brett Mitchell FACN

NSW

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Professor Brett Mitchell is a highly regarded nurse leader whose contribution throughout his extensive career has provided strong leadership to the nursing profession through research, policy and education. With over two decades of experience in nursing, Brett moved from the UK where he commenced his nursing career migrating to Australia in 2008.

Throughout his research career, Professor Mitchell has over 120 peer-reviewed publications and has secured $1.9 million in research grants. Brett’s involvement as a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Executive within Tasmania is an excellent example of where he has demonstrated his leadership skills achieving positive outcomes for the community. Through this leadership position, Professor Mitchell led Tasmania to become the first state in Australia to publically report infection rates. This was a transformational journey improving governance structures for reporting health care quality indicators within the Tasmanian health system.

Professor Mitchell is regarding as an expert within the field of infection, prevention and control and has been recognised both nationally and internationally in this area. In 2011, Professor Mitchell was appointed to the national steering committee providing oversight to the establishment of a national body for infection prevention and control where he led the development of significant governance processes. In 2015 and 2016 he held the role of Scientific Chair for international conferences organised by the Australasian College of Infection Prevention and Control further highlighting the recognition of his leadership and expertise in this field.

Throughout his extensive career, Brett has held many high-level leadership positions in clinical practice, education, research, management and policy. Some of Professor Mitchell’s large array of contributions include:

  • Chair of a National health and Medical Research Council committee of Australian Infection Disease Experts,
  • Member of Antimicrobial Utilisation and Resistance Australia Committee, Australian Commission on Safety and quality in Health Care, and
  • Editor-in-Chief for the international peer reviewed journal – ‘Infection Disease and Health

Professor Mitchell has been instrumental in ACN’s policy initiatives through his feedback on policy consultations. He actively participates in the Tasmanian regional events and his involvement in the Career Coaching program and valuable mentorship to students also deserve a special mention.

In recognition of Professor Mitchell’s exceptional contribution to the nursing profession, and in particular to infection, prevention and control, we are delighted to honour him with ACN Fellowship today.

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Robyn Quinn

Robyn Quinn FACN

NSW

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Over the last 3 decades, Robyn Quinn’s exceptional leadership has transcended health care systems nationally and globally, particularly in the area of pain management, and was the first nurse ever to be elected to the Council of the Australian Pain Society, a significant appointment and achievement.

Through Robyn’s expertise and leadership, she was successful in leading a multidisciplinary team and developing clinical pathways for specific pain diagnoses. These pathways had positive outcomes for patients and were widely accepted by all clinicians. As a trailblazer of her time, the pathways Robyn developed are still being used to this day demonstrating true leadership to improve the patient experience and improve clinical governance. As a member of the International Association for Pain, Robyn was selected as the Asia-Pacific representative to work with other international representatives on the development of a curriculum for pain education. This curriculum was formulated to assist nursing colleges in the developed and under-developed world to teach both under-graduate and post-graduate students on nursing patients with pain. This invitation is significant recognition of Robyn’s expertise in this field undertaking work on the international stage.

As co-convenor of the Australian Pain Society and Australian Rehabilitation College, Robyn was instrumental in establishing a special interest group, ‘Pain Interest Group Nurses’. Despite being established in 1990, this group continues to offer education and support to nurses working or interested in pain management. Another example of Robyn’s visionary leadership.

In addition to the many leadership roles Robyn has held, she has also undertaken the role of President of the Australasian Association for Quality in Healthcare for the past 3 years.

Robyn is a highly-respected and exceptional nurse leader both to ACN and the wider nursing community, nationally and internationally. Over the last three decades she has been an active member of the Australian College of Nursing and its predecessor organisations. Robyn has enthusiastically assumed various leadership roles, including Chair of NSW State Network, Deputy Chair of the Chronic Disease Policy Chapter and Chair of the Clinical Product Advisors Community of Interest. Currently, Robyn is actively working to promote ACN in NSW and create engagement opportunities for our Fellows and Members, including opportunities to promote and support our Emerging Nurse Leaders.

In recognition of her exemplary leadership to advance nursing, particularly within the field of pain management, we are delighted to honour Robyn as a Fellow of ACN today.

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Kalpana Raghunathan

Kalpana Raghunathan FACN

VIC

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An accomplished nursing education expert, Kalpana Raghunathan’s work in education strategy and course management has been truly commendable. Kalpana’s expertise in innovative course designing and education strategy in vocational training has been instrumental in redesigning the curriculum and program delivery of several nursing education programs including ‘Integrating Nursing Informatics competencies into entry to practice curriculum’ at Melbourne University.

With a blend of educational backgrounds demonstrating Kalpana’s passion and interest to learn and grow, Kalpana started her nursing career as an Enrolled Nurse before progressing to complete her Bachelor of Nursing degree. With a continued passion for course design and innovative learning techniques, Kalpana has been invited to give numerous presentations at conferences along with professional speeches. She has also been the contributing author on a number of nursing text book publications including Tabbner’s nursing care: Theory and Practice. 8th edition.

Kalpana’s leadership in mentoring and workforce development has provided immense support to new and inexperienced nurse educators who are entering the formal teaching environment. She has always been a role model for nurses who are interested in progressing their careers in different areas of education and or potential future nurses considering late entry into nursing.

As an active member of ACN, Kalpana has continually sought out ways to stay connected. She has held the Deputy Chair role for ACN’s Melbourne Region and actively promotes informal networking and formal CPD events, such as the Gertrude Berger Oration, as well as promoting membership engagement in the region. In response to the introduction of Voluntary Assisted Dying in Victoria, Kalpana worked with the Melbourne Region leadership team and coordinated an event for nurses on this important legislative change.

As a visionary undergraduate student, Kalpana recognised the importance and connection with the national peak body for the nursing profession and sought out ways to be connected and involved. Through this engagement, Kalpana has become highly regarding and respected as a nurse leader.

To acknowledge her outstanding leadership and contributions as a member of ACN, we are pleased to welcome her as a Fellow of ACN today.

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2018
NameState/Territory
Professor R Lynette Russell AO FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Anna Shepherd FACN (Hon)NSW
Dr Ruth De Souza FACNVIC
Helen Eccles FACNNSW
Dr John Rolley FACNNSW
Anthony Russell FACNNSW
Associate Professor Georgina Parkes Willetts FACNVIC
Susan Williams FACNNSW
2017
NameState/Territory
Judith Louise Meppem PSM FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Lydia Dennett FACNQLD
Adjunct Professor Naomi Dobroff FACNVIC
Yvonne Mckinlay FACNNSW
Leanne Smith FACNQLD
2016
NameState/Territory
Rosemary Barrington Bryant AO FACN (DLF)VIC
John Buxton FACN (Hon)ACT
Dr Drew Dwyer PhD FACNQLD
Dr Elizabeth Emmanuel FACNQLD
Karina Fung-Cheung So FACNNSW
Professor Jane Phillips FACNNSW
Adjunct Professor David Plunkett FACNVIC
Dr Elise Sullivan FACNVIC
2015
NameState/Territory
Associate Professor Elisabeth Jacob FACNWA
2014
NameState/Territory
Belynda Abbott FACNQLD
Elizabeth Hutchings FACNNSW
Professor Alison Hutton FACNNSW
Professor Debra Jackson FACNNSW
Elizabeth Matters FACNNSW
Professor Lisa McKenna FACNVIC
Kay Ross FACNQLD
2013
NameState/Territory
Dr Catriona Booker FACNQLD
Dr Jason Mills FACNQLD
Annette Solman FACNNSW
Dr Jennifer Weller-Newton FACNVIC
Dr Chiung-Jung Wu FACNQLD
2012
NameState/Territory
Sandra Eagar FACNNSW
Professor Jeffrey Fuller FACNSA
Jennifer Lumsden CSC FACNNSW
Dr Bodil Rasmussen FACNVIC
Dr Andrew Scanlon FACNVIC
Maureen Ward FACNVIC
Pre-unification
NameState/Territory
Ms Barbara G Daly FACN (DLF)ACT
Ms Margaret Gladys Dockar FACN (DLF)ACT
Ms Christine M. Smith FACN (DLF)ACT
Mrs Natalie Anne Ashcroft FACNACT
Dr Christine Margaret Ashley FACNACT
Ms Mary-Grace Bingham FACNACT
Dr Lexie Anne Brans FACNACT
Ms Karen Margaret Cook FACNACT
Mrs Paula Christine Elliott FACNACT
Ms Edna Florence Fenwick FACNACT
Ms Therese Alice Gehrig FACNACT
Mrs Marilyn A. Gendek FACNACT
Dr Elizabeth Gayle Hanna FACNACT
Dr Janice Evelyn Sylvia Herbert FACNACT
Mrs Lillian Merle Hicks FACNACT
Miss Kathleen Evelyn Hogan AM FACNACT
Dr Susan Hunt FACNACT
Mrs Yvonne Jayawardena FACNACT
Mrs Mary May Kellow OAM FACNACT
Mr Matt Alan Luther OAM FACN FACNP FCENAACT
Ms Kathleen McLaughlin FACNACT
Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Porra FACNACT
Ms Margaret Proctor FACNACT
Dr Joanne Marian Ramadge FACNACT
Adjunct Professor Kylie Anne Ward FACNACT
Mrs Patricia Joan Warfe FACNACT
Ms Deirdre Joy Anderson FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Kathleen Evelyn Baker AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Beryl June Bentley FACN (DLF)NSW
Dr Gayle Estelle Burr FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Roberta Carter-Brown OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Margaret Joan Coulson FACN (DLF)NSW
Mrs Margaret Ann Doherty FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Betty Ethel Hall FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Brenda Joy Hawkins FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Nancy Monica Joyce OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Mr Ernest William Lindfield FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Nola Estelle Negus FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Shirley Nelson OAM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Phyllis Margaret Newnham AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Merle Elecia Parkes AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor Robin June Parsons AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor Debora Margaret Picone AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Paulina Pilkington RSC AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Thelma Moreen Power FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Rosalie Pratt AM FACN (DLF)NSW
Mary Martina Rice LCM FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Dorothy Rae Rogers FACN (DLF)NSW
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Ms Dorothy Rae Rogers FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor R Lynette Russell AO FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Adele Mary Sherlock FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Marion Stenning FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Patricia Joan Stephenson FACN (DLF)NSW
Dr Julia Wendy Stewart FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Beryl Symons FACN (DLF)NSW
Adjunct Professor Debra Thoms FACN DLFNSW
Ms Margaret France Thurn FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Carmel Therese Trainor FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Annette Wilma Watson FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Marion Watson FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Rita May Young FACN (DLF)NSW
Ms Dora Ruth Fairclough Zionzee FACN (DLF)NSW
Professor Marie Bashir AD CVO FACN (Hon)NSW
Dr Judith Jane Godden FACN (Hon)NSW
Dr Anthony John Koop FACN (Hon)NSW
Mr Malcolm McKissock OAM FACN (Hon)NSW
Adjunct Professor Michael Reid FACN (Hon)NSW
Adjunct Professor Anna Shepherd FACN (Hon)NSW
Ms Shirley Ann Sinclair FACN (Hon)NSW
Dr Anne Patricia Adams FACNNSW
Ms Amanda Mary Adrian FACNNSW
Mrs Rhonda Albani FACNNSW
Ms Janelle Allan FACNNSW
Dr Judith Anderson FACNNSW
Dr Sharon Andrew FACNNSW
Ms Susan Elizabeth Archer FACNNSW
Ms Muriel Baird FACNNSW
Dr Penelope Ann Barrett FACNNSW
Gabriel Bernadette Bast FACNNSW
Mrs Maureen Pamela Bellhouse FACNNSW
Dr Jennifer Maria Ann Bichel-Findlay FACNNSW
Ms Elisabeth Ann Black FACNNSW
Dr Jennifer Rosemary Blundell FACNNSW
Dr Lynette Joy Bowen FACNNSW
Dr Sandra Louise Bredemeyer FACNNSW
Miss Hazel Bridgett FACNNSW
Dr Carolyn Jean Briggs FACNNSW
Miss Kathleen Ellen Bright OAM FACNNSW
Ms Pamela Joy Brinsmead FACNNSW
Mrs Pauline Dorothy Bryon FACNNSW
Ms Nancy Roslyn Bundle AM FACNNSW
Mr Stephen Dominic Burke FACNNSW
Ms Meryl Caldwell-Smith AM FACNNSW
Professor Andrew James Cashin FACNNSW
Dr Esther Chang FACNNSW
Ms Frances Karen Therese Chavasse FACNNSW
Professor Elizabeth Mary Chiarella AM FACNNSW
Ms Patricia Frances Comerford FACNNSW
Ms Marion Patricia Cooney FACNNSW
Adjunct Professor Marilyn Cruickshank FACNNSW
John Daly FACNNSW
Ms Irene Joyce Davey FACNNSW
Professor Patricia Mary Davidson FACNNSW
Ms Carmel Elizabeth Davies FACNNSW
Ms Menna Davies FACNNSW
Ms Renee Leoni de Neve FACNNSW
Ms Pamela Louise Deacon FACNNSW
Professor Christine Duffield FACNNSW
Mr Geoff M. Dulhunty FACNNSW
Ms Sandra Carmel Eagar FACNNSW
Mrs Helen Eccles FACNNSW
Ms Marlene Ann Eggleston FACNNSW
Ms Elizabeth Ann Eglington FACNNSW
Ms Margaret Dawn Emerton FACNNSW
Ms Anne Louise Fallon FACNNSW
Ms Diane Elizabeth Flecknoe-Brown FACNNSW
Mr Paul Anthony Fookes FACNNSW
Dr Mavis Mary Gaff-Smith FACNNSW
Mrs Kalwant Kaur Gill FACNNSW
Jane Leanne Gordon FACNNSW
Mrs Julie Anne Graham FACNNSW
Mrs Margaret Elaine Greening FACNNSW
Professor Rhonda Dawn Griffiths AM FACNNSW
Mr Wayne Griffiths FACNNSW
Ms Pamela Jan Gulbis FACNNSW
Dr Elizabeth Jane Halcomb PhD FACNNSW
Dr Lois Hamlin FACNNSW
Mr Jeffrey Murray Hardcastle FACNNSW
Dr Ann Chrystine Harrington FACNNSW
Mrs Barbara Jill Harris FACNNSW
Mr Gregory Kenneth Harris FACNNSW
Mr John Jeffrey Hebblewhite AM FACNNSW
Ms Christene Patricia Hobbin FACNNSW
Ms Joanne Cheryl Pauline Hope FACNNSW
Ms Mary Hourigan FACNNSW
Ms Elizabeth Helen Hutchings FACNNSW
Professor Alison Hutton FACNNSW
Mrs Cheryl Dorothy Hyde FACNNSW
Mrs Diana Patricia Innes FACNNSW
Professor Debra Jackson FACNNSW
Mr Mark Anthony Kearin FACNNSW
Ms Ann Kelly OAM FACNNSW
Ms Tina Susanne Kendrick FACNNSW
Mr Kevin Michael Kidd FACNNSW
Mr Mark Andrew Lamb FACNNSW
Ms Leann Jean Lancaster FACNNSW
Ms Letitia Lancaster FACNNSW
Dr Vivien Elizabeth Lane FACNNSW
Ms Joanne Sara Lawrence FACNNSW
Mrs Jennifer Norma Le Miere FACNNSW
Professor Sandra Cherie Legg FACNNSW
Dr Maria Cynthia Leigh FACNNSW
Ms Marilla Jayne Lenne FACNNSW
Mr Shane Anthony Lenson FACNNSW
Mrs Rebecca Jane Leon FACNNSW
Mrs Merrilyn Dawn Little FACNNSW
Ms Alison Mary Loudon FACNNSW
Professor Judith Lumby FACNNSW
Ms Jennifer Karen Lumsden CSC FACNNSW
Ms Erella Florence Macaulay-Hamilton AM FACNNSW
Professor Elizabeth Bernice MacKinlay AM FACNNSW
Miss Elizabeth Catherine MacKinnon FACNNSW
Ms Ann Maree MacLochlainn FACNNSW
Mrs Susanne Lorraine Macri AM FACNNSW
Dr Christine Margaret Manwarring FACNNSW
Mr Nicholas David Marlow FACNNSW
Ms Elizabeth Jane Matters FACNNSW
Mr Geoffrey John Matthews FACNNSW
Professor Tracey Therese McDonald AM FACNNSW
Ms Katherine Frances McInerney FACNNSW
Ms Larissa Blanch McIntyre FACNNSW
Ms Yvonne Mckinlay FACNNSW
Sr Nora Marie McMahon LCM FACNNSW
Mrs Joyce Melville FACNNSW
Professor Sandy Jane Middleton FACNNSW
Mrs Gae Miller FACNNSW
Professor Brett Mitchell FACNNSW
Mrs Beryl Moore FACNNSW
Ms Suellen Carol Gifford Moore FACNNSW
Ms Virginia Margaret Leseberg Morris FACNNSW
Ms Leanne Helen Morton FACNNSW
Ms Phyllis Anne Moses FACNNSW
Ms Toni Carmen Mostyn FACNNSW
Professor Lorna Jane Moxham FACNNSW
Mr Eric James Murray FACNNSW
Rhonda Maree Nay FACNNSW
Ms Judith Ann Nelmes FACNNSW
Mr Stephen Montague Newhouse FACNNSW
Ms Susan Scott Nicholson FACNNSW
Ms Amanda F L Niciak FACNNSW
Dr Janette R Noble AM FACNNSW
Mrs Rosemary Oates FACNNSW
Mrs Barbara Jeanette O'Donnell FACNNSW
Mr Robert O'Donohue FACNNSW
Associate Professor Julienne Lesley Onley FACNNSW
Mrs Tracey Lee Osmond FACNNSW
Ms Joy Patricia Phelps FACNNSW
Mrs Jan Elizabeth Phillips FACNNSW
Professor Jane Louise Phillips FACNNSW
Ms Rona Kanagambal Pillay FACNNSW
Mrs Julie Anne Porritt FACNNSW
Dr Lesley Evelyn Potter FACNNSW
Adjunct Professor Gabrielle L. Prest FACNNSW
Mrs Jill Mary Pretty FACNNSW
Mr Gregory John Price FACNNSW
Dr Julie Anne Pryor FACNNSW
Ms Robyn Joan Quinn FACNNSW
Dr Ruth Lillian Rae FACNNSW
Miss Lynette Ramsay FACNNSW
Ms Holly Anne Rebeiro FACNNSW
Ms Verna Eileen Rice FACNNSW
Ms Kay Lorraine Richards FACNNSW
Ms Robyn Tracey Ringwood FACNNSW
Dr Kathryn L. Roberts FACNNSW
Ms Sally Ann Robertson FACNNSW
Dr Janet Roden FACNNSW
Dr John Xavier Rolley FACNNSW
Dr Susan Mary Ronaldson FACNNSW
Mr Francis Ian Ross FACNNSW
Ms Michele Rumsey FACNNSW
Mr Anthony James Russell FACNNSW
Ms Fiona Catherine Russell FACNNSW
Ms Kerry Joy Russell FACNNSW
Mr James Andrew Saunders FACNNSW
Professor Ramon Z. Shaban RN PhD FACN FCENANSW
Ms Julie Shepherd FACNNSW
Mrs Patricia Rose Shepherd FACNNSW
Ms Shirley Irene Snell FACNNSW
Ms Karina Fung-Cheung So FACNNSW
Annette Solman FACNNSW
Mrs Leigh Frances Spokes FACNNSW
Dr Irene Louise Stein FACNNSW
Professor Mary Jane Stein-Parbury FACNNSW
John Anthony Stevens FACNNSW
Ms Coral Bernice Stewart FACNNSW
Ms Lyn Elizabeth Stewart FACNNSW
Ms Margaret Ruth Stewart FACNNSW
Ms Suzanne Constance Streeter FACNNSW
Dr Sandra Dawn Sunjic FACNNSW
Ms Susan Maree Taylor FACNNSW
Ms Jan-Maree Tweedie FACNNSW
Mr Gregory Ian Urquhart FACNNSW
Professor Kim Jocelyn Usher AM FACNNSW
Dr Thea Francisca Van De Mortel FACNNSW
Ms Yvonne Van Netten FACNNSW
Ms Pamela Mae Venn FACNNSW
Ms Joan Walker FACNNSW
Professor Donna Louise Waters FACNNSW
Ms Jennifer Ruth West FACNNSW
Professor Sandra Helen West FACNNSW
Ms Anne-Marie Whelan FACNNSW
Mr David Frank White FACNNSW
Professor Jill Fredryce White AM FACNNSW
Professor Kathryn Joan White FACNNSW
Ms Valda Helen Wiles AM FACNNSW
Professor Lesley Marie Wilkes FACNNSW
Ms Nancy Margaret Wilkins FACNNSW
Mrs Susan Williams FACNNSW
Mr Geoffrey Allen Wilson FACNNSW
Ms Margaret Anne Wilson FACNNSW
Mrs Susan Alice Woods FACNNSW
Ms Beverley Christine Wright FACNNSW
Ms Angelika Wyness FACNNSW
Ms Margaret Mary Yates FACNNSW
Mrs Jacqueline Moya O'Brien OAM FACN (DLF)NT
Mrs Marjorie Joyce Bowden FACNNT
Professor Sandra Victoria Dunn FACNNT
Ms Yvette Gomez FACNNT
Adjunct Professor Susanne Angelika Hawes FACNNT
Dr Beverley Janet Turnbull FACNNT
Ms Elizabeth Rosalind Webb FACNNT
Ms Marie Josephine Burley FACN (DLF) BA JPQLD
Dr Stephanie Kay Fox-Young FACN (DLF)QLD
Dr Sally Sophia Goold OAM FACN (DLF)QLD
Professor Genevieve Isabel Gray FACN (DLF)QLD
Dr Hugh Philip Avey FACN (Hon)QLD
Ms Quentin Bryce AC FACN (Hon)QLD
Ms Dulcie Flower OAM FACN (Hon)QLD
Ms Mary Elizabeth Abbot FACNQLD
Mrs Belynda Jane Abbott FACNQLD
Ms Ann Louise Aitken FACNQLD
Miss Jennifer Leigh Andrews PSM FACNQLD
Ms Denise Ann Bingley FACNQLD
Dr Beverley Jean Bird FACNQLD
Professor Melanie Jane Birks FACNQLD
Dr Catriona Anne Booker FACNQLD
Mrs Denise Laraine Brewster-Webb FACNQLD
Mr Warrick Garth Charles Brewster-Webb FACNQLD
Mrs Gwendoline Christina Brown FACNQLD
Mr John Bernard Brown FACNQLD
Mr Mark Joseph Brown FACNQLD
Mr Ronald John Bruggemann FACNQLD
Ms Cheryl Anne Burns FACNQLD
Professor Yvonne Lorraine Cadet-James FACNQLD
Ms Suzanne Mary Camille FACNQLD
Dr Amender Catherine Campbell FACNQLD
Miss Veronica Mary Casey FACNQLD
Professor Anne Marie Chang FACNQLD
Ms Ellen Laurene Christie FACNQLD
Mr Alan Douglas Cooper FACNQLD
Mrs Margaret Ann Cooper FACNQLD
Ms Valda May Coughlin-West FACNQLD
Mrs Deirdre Rita Cowan FACNQLD
Miss June Ethel Cruden FACNQLD
Carmel Cullen FACNQLD
Ms Margaret Anne Cumes FACNQLD
Mr Gareth John Daniels FACNQLD
Mrs Susan Marie De Vries FACNQLD
Adjunct Professor Lydia Jane Dennett FACNQLD
Miss Jan Margaret Denyer FACNQLD
Mr Robert J. Devere FACNQLD
Mrs Helen Grace Donovan FACNQLD
Miss Mary-Margaret Rose Downing FACNQLD
Ms Sharon Lee Downman FACNQLD
Dr Drew Dwyer PhD FACNQLD
Professor Helen Ethel Edwards OAM FACN FAANQLD
Dr Elizabeth Emmanuel FACNQLD
Dr Lorraine June Ferguson AM FACNQLD
Ms Julie Maria Finucane OAM FACN FCENAQLD
Mrs June Firth FACNQLD
Mrs Rosanne Mary Fleming FACNQLD
Dr Karen Ann Flowers FACNQLD
Mrs Elizabeth R. Foley FACNQLD
Ms Lynelle Foster FACNQLD
Mrs Coralie Joy Friend FACNQLD
Professor Glenn Elizabeth Gardner FACNQLD
Laurie Anne Grealish RN PhD FACNQLD
Mr Warren John Hann FACNQLD
Ms Theresa Mary Harvey FACNQLD
Ms Melinda Jayne Hassall FACNQLD
Ms Barbara Joan Healey FACNQLD
Dr Marjory Jean Henderson FACNQLD
Dr Saras Henderson FACNQLD
Mrs Cheryl Christine Herbert FACNQLD
Ms Jane Winifred Hogan FACNQLD
Mr Glenn Douglas Hokin FACNQLD
Mrs Dianne Mary Jones FACNQLD
Miss Jillian Irene King FACNQLD
Ms Julie Dianne Kirby FACNQLD
Professor Sabina Knight FACNQLD
Ms Lorraine Kollar FACNQLD
Ms Teri Marion Lambert FACNQLD
Brother Benildus Larkin FACNQLD
Ms Claire Lees FACNQLD
Ms Juana Maria Losa FACNQLD
Mrs Heather Jean MacKellar FACNQLD
Professor Andrea Marshall FACNQLD
Mrs Judith Anne Marshall FACNQLD
Ms Lorraine Catherine Matthews FACNQLD
Ms Jennifer Mary Josephine McDonald FACNQLD
Mrs Maureen McDonnell FACNQLD
Professor Anne Mary McMurray AM RN PhD FACNQLD
Professor Jane E. Mills FACNQLD
Dr Jason Matthew Mills FACNQLD
Dr Deborah Claire Mooney FACNQLD
Ms Anne Davidson Morrison FACNQLD
Dr Monica Lydia Nebauer FACNQLD
Ms Debra Ellen Nizette FACNQLD
Adjunct Professor Shelley Patricia Nowlan FACNQLD
Mr Stephan Francis Nugent FACNQLD
Dr Yvonne T. Osborne FACNQLD
Dr Frances Mary Peart FACNQLD
Ms Marel Judith Pike FACNQLD
Mrs Rosemary Jeanette Power FACNQLD
Mr Jamie Clemith Charles Ranse FACNQLD
Mrs Leonie Mary Rastas FACNQLD
Dr Roslyn Corinne Reilly FACNQLD
Dr Claire Rickard FACNQLD
Mrs Rilla M. Roberts FACNQLD
Mrs Adele Elizabeth Rogers FACNQLD
Ms Kay Ross FACNQLD
Mrs Madeleine Mary Salton FACNQLD
Mrs Leeanne Fae Schmidt FACNQLD
Professor Linda Ellen Shields MD PhD FACNQLD
Ms Leanne Smith FACNQLD
Mrs Veronica Laura Somerwil-Nord FACNQLD
Ms Joyce Stephan FACNQLD
Ms Lorraine Joy Stevenson FACNQLD
Mrs Glynda Jan Summers FACNQLD
Mrs Pamela Janet Swaine FACNQLD
Ms Sandra Thomson FACNQLD
Dr Maie Tonuma FACNQLD
Ms Elaine Tredrea FACNQLD
Mrs Robyn Margaret Tuffley FACNQLD
Ms Maria Johanna Letecia Van Eps FACNQLD
Mrs Kym Dawn Volp FACNQLD
Miss Karen Wade FACNQLD
Dr Marianne Clare Wallis FACNQLD
Ms Carol Erna Ward OAM FACNQLD
Ms Jennifer Mary Ward FACNQLD
Miss Anne Webster FACNQLD
Dr Lesley Alison Williams FACNQLD
Mrs Lorraine Joy Wilson FACNQLD
Mrs Heather Craven Wood FACNQLD
Dr Chiung-Jung Wu FACNQLD
Professor Patricia Mary Yates FACNQLD
Dr Jeanine Young FACNQLD
Dr Susan Carol Young FACNQLD
Mrs Elizabeth Mary Burton FACN (DLF)SA
Ms Fay Beryl Franks-Weniger FACN (DLF)SA
Ms Judith Ellen Rowley FACN (DLF)SA
Miss Lavinus Patricia Monica Schneider OAM FACN (DLF)SA
Ms June Frances Cochrane AM FACN (Hon)SA
Dr Dorothy Joan Durdin AM FACN (Hon)SA
Dr Lowitja O'Donoghue AC CBE AM FACN (Hon)SA
Dr Jennifer Ann Abbey FACNSA
Ms Judith Anne Aiello FACNSA
Dr Paul Andrew Arbon AM FACNSA
Ms Lesley Patricia Anne Attrill FACNSA
Ms Amelia Antonio Bartjes Sr FACNSA
Ms Sigrid Birzer FACNSA
Ms Marie Ruth Brazier FACNSA
Dr Elizabeth Dionicia Button FACNSA
Dr Tiffany Conroy FACNSA
Ms Rosemary Jill Cooper FACNSA
Mrs June Marie Cox FACNSA
Professor Sheryl Lynne De Lacey FACNSA
Miss Elizabeth Leighton Flint OAM FACNSA
Professor Jeffrey Donald Fuller FACNSA
Professor Heather Jean Gibb FACNSA
Ms Maria Teresa Gibson FACNSA
Mr Stephen W. Harding FACNSA
Mrs Ann M. Henderson FACNSA
Dr Charmaine Helen Hockley FACNSA
Ms Julie Beatrice Johnston FACNSA
Ms Robyn Johnston OAM FACNSA
Mrs Robyn Anne Knight FACNSA
Mr Peter Wayne Lorimer OAM FACNSA
Dr Judith Magarey FACNSA
Dr Heather Ann Mattner FACNSA
Ms Suzanne M. McKechnie FACNSA
Mrs Michelle Debra Nisbet FACNSA
Mrs Jennifer Ann Rutter Norman FACNSA
Ms Elizabeth C. Percival AM FACNSA
Miss Helen Marie Prisk FACNSA
Ms Jennifer Mary Richter AM FACNSA
Mr Alan Michael Scarborough FACNSA
Ms Betty Winifred Schipp FACNSA
Mrs Heather Margaret Schubert FACNSA
Mrs Christine Frances Sedunary FACNSA
Mrs Marilyn Ann Seidel FACNSA
Dr Gillian Rita Sneddon FACNSA
Associate Professor Linda Anne Starr FACNSA
Mr Ian Robert Thackray FACNSA
Mrs Ella Patricia Tyler FACNSA
Mrs Elizabeth Warnes FACNSA
Ms Kerre Ann Willsher FACNSA
Professor Brenda Wilson FACN FAICDSA
Dr Lily Dongxia Xiao PhD FACNSA
Dr Kathryn Marie Zeitz FACNSA
Ms Nancy Jean Arnold FACNTAS
Associate Professor Anthony Paul Barnett FACNTAS
Mrs Helen May Bryan FACNTAS
Mrs Phyllis Calvert FACNTAS
Dr Dorothy Merylin Glenys Cross FACNTAS
Mr Eric N. Daniels FACNTAS
Dr Heather Gluyas FACNTAS
Mrs Anthea Suzanne Mary Griffin FACNTAS
Ms Rhonda Gayle Heckenberg FACNTAS
Mrs Susan Angela Hughes FACNTAS
Mrs Carol Ann Jackson FACNTAS
Adjunct Professor Moira Theresa Laverty FACNTAS
Ms Karen Jane Linegar FACNTAS
Mrs Julie M. Porter FACNTAS
Mrs Anne-Marie Ramsay FACNTAS
Mrs Mara Skuja FACNTAS
Mrs Evelynne Laurence Thorp FACNTAS
Ms Jennifer Tuffin FACNTAS
Professor Susan Turale FACNTAS
Margaret J. Bennett AM FACN (DLF)VIC
Ms Rosemary Barrington Bryant AO FACN (DLF)VIC
Professor Patricia Lynette Dunning AM FACN (DLF)VIC
Mrs Helen Marguerite Hamilton FACN (DLF)VIC
Professor Elizabeth Manias FACN (DLF)VIC
Dr Margaret Anne Robinson Scharp FACN (DLF)VIC
Dr Lawrence W. Shears FACN (Hon)VIC
Professor Richard Paul Tisher FACN (Hon)VIC
Ms Marguerite Una Abbott FACNVIC
Barbara Helen Abley AM DJSJ, FACNVIC
Miss Marie Anderson FACNVIC
Dr Dorothy J Angell OAM FACNVIC
Miss Mary Terese Archibald FACNVIC
Dr John Hendrik Bamberg FACNVIC
Ms Lesley Dawn Baragwanath FACNVIC
Associate Professor Tracy Beaton FACNVIC
Dr Jillian Maria Beattie FACNVIC
Ms Mary-Anne Betson FACNVIC
Dr Melissa Bloomer FACNVIC
Mrs Kerry Dianne Bradley FACNVIC
Mrs Mary Frances Brandy FACNVIC
Ms Lorraine Anne Broad FACNVIC
Ms Ingrid Ann Brooks FACNVIC
Ms Dianna Margaret Burr FACNVIC
Dr Patricia Anne Burton FACNVIC
Mrs Gael LeBreton Butcher FACNVIC
Mrs Molly F B Carlile AM FACNVIC
Miss Jillian Maree Carson FACNVIC
Mrs Barbara Evelyn Carter FACNVIC
Dr Penelope Anne Cash FACNVIC
Ms Debra Yolande Cerasa FACN GAICDVIC
Ms Siok H. Chew FACNVIC
Miss Alice Wing Choi FACNVIC
Mr Christopher A. Cliffe FACNVIC
Dr Lisa Marie Clinnick FACNVIC
Dr Jennifer Ann Coghlan FACNVIC
Professor Julie-Anne Considine FACNVIC
Mrs Amelia Jean Courtney FACNVIC
Mrs Karen Crawford FACNVIC
Dr Wendy Michele Cross FACNVIC
Ms Susan Maureen Daly FACNVIC
Dr Ruth Noreen De Souza FACNVIC
Adjunct Professor Naomi Kathleen Dobroff FACNVIC
Professor Elaine Mary Duffy FACNVIC
Professor Maxine Mary Duke FACNVIC
Mrs Ann Shirley Edgley FACNVIC
Mrs Lynette Maree Elliott FACNVIC
Mrs Marsha Joan Ellis FACNVIC
Ms Julie Fechner FACNVIC
Mr Nigel Clive Fidgeon FACNVIC
Ms Frances Teresa Fisher FACNVIC
Professor Karen Louise Francis FACNVIC
Mr David William Fraser FACNVIC
Ms Raelene Anne Galvin FACNVIC
Dr Marcia Valerie George OAM FACNVIC
Ms Helen Isabel Gillies FACNVIC
Ms Margaret Isabell Glenn FACNVIC
Dr Loretta Gya FACNVIC
Miss Kathleen Mary Hanrahan FACNVIC
Dr Joanne Elizabeth Harding FACNVIC
Ms Karen Margaret Harmon AM FACNVIC
Mr Peter Eric Hayes FACNVIC
Dr Lois Marjorie Hazelton FACNVIC
Ms Gabrielle Mary Hickey FACNVIC
Dr Valerie Jean Higginson FACNVIC
Dr Evelyn Johanna Sophia S. Hovenga FACN RN PhD FACS FACVIC
Mrs Anne Marie Howe FACNVIC
Mrs Dorothy Anne Humphrey-Lesque FACNVIC
Mrs Natasha Anne Jennings FACNVIC
Mr Wayne Kenneth Charles Johnston FACNVIC
Dr Ingrid Emma Erna Jones FACNVIC
Ms Linda Katherine Jones FACNVIC
Professor Olga Kanitsaki AM FACNVIC
Miss Kathleen Mary Kehoe FACNVIC
Mrs Helen Kelly FACNVIC
Miss Marion Elizabeth Kilvert FACNVIC
Mr Michael John Krejany FACNVIC
Mrs Mara Langley FACNVIC
Mrs Janet Josephine Lawrence FACNVIC
Dr David Michael Lee FACNVIC
Mrs Jill Elizabeth Davis Linklater FACNVIC
Mrs Elisabeth Dorothy Lionnet-Swaan FACNVIC
Mrs Judith Mitchell Lukeis FACNVIC
Dr Carole Margaret Maddison FACNVIC
Mrs Joanne Mapes FACNVIC
Mrs Marie Elizabeth Markham FACNVIC
Ms June Marjorie Marles FACNVIC
Miss Una Joan Martin FACNVIC
Mrs Jennifer Mather FACNVIC
Mrs Margot Anne McCluskey FACNVIC
Mr Andrew McDonell FACNVIC
Professor Lisa Gaye McKenna FACNVIC
Ms Margaret Medew FACNVIC
Miss Helen Winsome Menadue FACNVIC
Mrs Marguerite Deslie Menon FACNVIC
Ms Barbara Anne Merrigan FACNVIC
Miss Helen Hayward Millican FACNVIC
Mr Thomas Graham Morgan FACNVIC
Dr Cheryle Ailsa Moss FACN PhDVIC
Penny Newsome FACNVIC
Ms Susan Peta Nursey FACNVIC
Ms Susan Oates FACNVIC
Professor Margaret Mary O'Connor AM FACNVIC
Mrs Patricia Marjorie O'Hara OAM FACNVIC
Ms Susanne Joy O'Keeffe FACNVIC
Miss Dorothy Owen FACNVIC
Miss Marianne Heather Parrott FACNVIC
Mrs Meryn Pease FACNVIC
Mrs Sussan Jane Pleunik FACNVIC
Virginia Margaret Plummer FACNVIC
Adjunct Professor David John Plunkett FACNVIC
Mrs Kay Roberta Plymat FACNVIC
Ms Robyn Joy Pritchard FACNVIC
Ms Jennifer Mary Rabach FACNVIC
Ms Kalpana Raghunathan FACNVIC
Ms Kerry Elizabeth Ranson FACNVIC
Dr Bodil Rasmussen FACNVIC
Dr Jane Redden-Hoare FACNVIC
Mrs Christine Riddall FACNVIC
Ms Catherine Riddoch FACNVIC
Ms Merle Roseman FACNVIC
Mrs Jeanette Ann Ryan FACNVIC
Ms Margaret Mary Ryan FACNVIC
Dr Andrew Scanlon FACNVIC
Dr Zevia Merle Schneider FACNVIC
Ms Shu Sun See FACNVIC
Mrs Marie Julia Shea FACNVIC
Dr Leanne Rhonda Sheeran FACNVIC
Mrs Patricia Eileen Sim FACNVIC
Dr Jocelyn M. Small FACNVIC
Mr Mark Christopher Smith FACNVIC
Ms Merilyn Dawn Spratling FACNVIC
Mrs Carolyn Mary Stapleton FACNVIC
Mrs Victoria Dorothy Stevenson FACNVIC
Dr Elise Sullivan FACNVIC
Mr Raymond Paul Thomas FACNVIC
Ms Dianne Lynette Thompson FACNVIC
Dr Rebecca Anne Vanderheide FACN PhDVIC
Dr Beverly C Walker FACNVIC
Ms Elizabeth Margaret Walker FACNVIC
Ms Maureen Ward FACNVIC
Mrs Correne Necia Wassertheil FACNVIC
Mrs Donna Arlene Watmuff FACNVIC
Ms Elizabeth Anne Watt FACNVIC
Dr Jennifer Margaret Weller-Newton FACNVIC
Miss Diane Whitehead FACNVIC
Dr Patricia Joan Wilkinson FACNVIC
Associate Professor Georgina Anne Parkes Willetts FACNVIC
Mrs Carollyn Rosemary Williams FACNVIC
Professor Gerald Francis Williams FACNVIC
Mrs Katharine Ann Williams FACNVIC
Ms Morgaine Margaret Ruth Williams FACNVIC
Mr James Fook Kheong Wong FACNVIC
Dr Beverley Anne Wood FACNVIC
Ms Diana Mary Wood FACNVIC
Mrs Kathleen Therese Wright FACNVIC
Mrs Mary Jo Kroeber AM FACN (DLF)WA
Miss Soo Yong Lee FACN (DLF)WA
Ms Janice Shirley Arcus FACNWA
Mrs Tanya Louise Basile FACNWA
Dr Joy Brann AM FACNWA
Dr Patricia Elizabeth Canning FACNWA
Ms Heather Gillian Chitty RFD FACNWA
Associate Professor Vicki Catherine Cope FACNWA
Miss Evelyn Teresa Coral FACNWA
Dr Jennifer Helen Cramer FACNWA
Ms Lynda Joanne Daly FACNWA
Professor Phillip Roy Della FACNWA
Ms Norma Devilla FACNWA
Dr Janice Edwards FACNWA
Professor Judith Claire Finn FACNWA
Dr Nicholas Peter Gibson FACNWA
Dr Deborah Mary Ireson FACNWA
Associate Professor Elisabeth Ruth Jacob FACNWA
Professor Gavin David Leslie FACNWA
Mrs Elizabeth Anne Manley FACNWA
Professor Oranea Kathleen Michael FACNWA
Ms Karine Nicole Camille Miller FACNWA
Ms Carol Louise Mirco FACNWA
Dr Leanne Monterosso FACNWA
Mrs Suzanne Morey OAM FACNWA
Ms Carmen L. Morgan FACNWA
Dr Arthur Frank Mowle FACNWA
Mr Anthony Thomas Patton FACNWA
Dr Dale Michelle Pugh FACNWA
Miss Phyllis Mary Reid AM FACNWA
Ms Wendy Scapin FACNWA
Professor Diane Esma Twigg FACNWA
Robin Jennifer Watts FACNWA
Dr Leanne Maree Aitken FACNOverseas
Dr Eric Lu Shek Chan FACNOverseas
Mrs Yuet-Oi Chee FACNOverseas
Mr Hyder Gulam FACNOverseas
Mr Stephen Chi-Fung Ha FACNOverseas
Dr Susie Shun-Sui Lum FACNOverseas
Ms Linda Diane Murray FACNOverseas
Mr Thomas William Robinson FACNOverseas
Professor Edward George White PhD FACNOverseas
Ms Coralie M. Gerrard AM FACN (DLF)
Mrs Neroli-Anne Gosper FACN (DLF)
Adjunct Professor Cheyne Chalmers FACN
Dr Geoffrey Clark FACN
Professor Robyn Louise Fox FACN
Adjunct Professor Alanna Lorette Geary FACN
Dr David John Lindsay FACN
Mr Ross Dylan MacDonald FACN
Dr Hendrika J. Maltby FACN
Dr Anne Maria Nolan FACN

About ACN Fellowship

Fellowship

Fellowship of ACN is a prestigious member status awarded to nurse leaders who have demonstrated significant professional achievement. It recognises their professional leadership capabilities, commitment and contribution to the organisation and to the profession.

Honorary Fellowship

Honorary Fellowship is the highest honour that can be bestowed by the ACN Board on an individual who is not a member. Honorary Fellowship is awarded to eminent nurses and non-nurses in recognition of their contribution to the profession and to health care.

Distinguished Life Fellowship

Distinguished Life Fellowship (DLF) is awarded to exceptional nurse leaders in recognition of their active participation in ACN and significant contribution to the profession and to health care through clinical practice, education, research, policy and/or management.