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Connected Conversations | Leonie Heilbronn

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The COVID-19 pandemic threatened to throw a spanner into Associate Professor Leonie Heilbronn’s work, but 2021 presents new hope for her clinical trials investigating diet.

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Connected Conversations | Elyce Kenny

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Back in 2008, Elyce Kenny was among the first cohort of undergraduate nursing students at the University of Adelaide. Though she had a successful career in the clinical environment, Elyce always knew her heart was in education. Now, over 10 years later, she’s back at the University teaching our next generation of nurses.

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Connected Conversations | Jessica Sharkey, Annabel Sorby-Adams & Bianca Guglietti

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Best friends, Jessica Sharkey, Annabel Sorby-Adams and Bianca Guglietti met during their PhD studies. Now, with their studies winding up, they’re travelling down very different paths but the bond they’ve forged is as strong as ever.

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Connected Conversations | Rachel Gibson

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The University’s new School of Allied Health Science and Practice welcomed its very first student intake in February but Professor Rachel Gibson and her team have been working hard behind-the-scenes well before 2021.

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Connected Conversations | Shannon Barnes

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After a successful career as a registered nurse of 15 years, Shannon Barnes now has her sights set on a PhD. Combining a passion for clinical healthcare and evidence-based research, she proves that the health industry opens doors to endless opportunities.

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Connected Conversations | Yoko Brigitte Wang

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Science and art might be the furthest apart two disciplines can be but third-year PhD student, Yoko Brigitte Wang, recently found science communication—now combining the best of both worlds. A precursor to her interdisciplinary passions, Yoko’s research focuses on neuroscience and nutritional epidemiology and her inspiration dates back to her high school days.

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Connected Conversations | Frank Donnelly

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After over 20 years at the University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Frank Donnelly stepped into the Dean of Nursing role amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Between managing the Adelaide Nursing School and continuing his own research, you might find Frank engrossed in the latest sci-fi book or training for his bucket list goal of running a marathon in every state and territory of Australia.

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Connected Conversations | Kyla Burman

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Associate Lecturer Kyla Burman’s interdisciplinary teaching practice encourages her oral health rural placement students to think laterally about their learning. Putting a spin on their ‘Whyalla Experience’, she guides them towards the next step in their clinical practice while promoting student awareness around rural employment post-graduation.

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Connected Conversations | Neha Lalchandani

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Public health has suddenly been thrown under the spotlight over the past year thanks to COVID-19 but, for Neha Lalchandani, it goes beyond the pandemic. Now in her second year of a Master of Philosophy (Public Health), Neha’s research blends public health and sustainability to hopefully create a better world for us all.

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Connected Conversations | Amelia Winter

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Inspired by her own experiences parenting two young children while undertaking her undergraduate studies, PhD student, Amelia Winter, hopes to find the link between health service provision and wellbeing in refugee families' ‘First 1000 Days’.

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