RN, BSc, MN, PhD
Michelle is a Registered Nurse with clinical, education and research experience in critical care nursing, simulation and pedagogy. Her qualifications in science and education confer broader context for teaching and researching across nursing programs.
Michelle has authored over 30 publications relating to simulation in addition to editing a special issue for Collegian in 2012. She was one of 4 editors (and co-author of 4 chapters) in Healthcare simulation education: Evidence, theory and practice (John Wiley & Sons) as well as lead author for chapters in 2 other recent simulation texts.
International collaborations in research and simulation scholarship extend to the USA, South Korea, Singapore, New Zealand, China, Norway, Sweden and the UK.
Past Chair of the Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare (ASSH)
Contributed to the Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare (GNSH)
Associate Editor for Advances in Simulation
Editorial Board member for Clinical Simulation in Nursing
Member of: Simulation Australasia, SESAM, SSH, INACSL and honorary member of PASSH.
Team member – localisation of Laerdal/NLN simulation scenarios and vSim for the Australian and New Zealand market.
For more information about A/P Michelle Kelly see her Curtin University profile.
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6380-1150