- currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University investigating the lived experience of transcending burnout as described by Mental Health Crisis Team nurses.
- also very interested in the provision of mental health care in the emergency department setting, as well as the development of more clinically efficient services for patients with a Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis.
Alistair Ross is a subject coordinator and lecturer within the undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Alistair has extensive clinical experience in the acute adult mental health setting, particularly in the areas of Community, Triage and Emergency Department Mental Health Nursing Care.
- Research and Philosophical Inquiry
- Mental Health Nursing (at undergraduate and postgraduate levels)
- Community & Men’s health
Academic management / Administration responsibilities
- Member of the Division of Nursing and Midwifery’s Marketing and Publicity committee.
- Member of the Division of Nursing and Midwifery’s Research and Development committee.
- Bachelor of Nursing Year One Coordinator.
- PhD Candidate, RMIT University, Victoria.
- Master of Health Science (Mental Health Nursing), RMIT University, Victoria.
- Postgraduate Diploma Mental Health Nursing, RMIT University, Victoria.
- Bachelor of Nursing, Deakin University, Victoria
- Practicing member of the Casey ECATT Service.
- Member PANDA Group Facilitators Network
- Member Australian Nursing Federation
1 Masters by Research Completions