Invited Speaker, Educators
Clinical Learning and Assessment Lead, University of Queensland, QLD
Christy Noble is the Clinical Learning and Assessment Lead in the Office of Medical Education at The University of Queensland. Through her work, Christy seeks to foster the development of learners’ capabilities to effectively learn through practice. She started her career as a hospital pharmacist and through her pharmacist educator experiences, in the UK, her interest in health profession education grew. She completed a Masters of Education (Clinical Education), University of Leeds, 2006. When she returned to Australia, she completed a PhD at the University of Queensland (2014) exploring pharmacy students professional identity formation.
Christy has more than 40 publications aligned to her research interests including practice-based learning (especially in clinical settings) and workplace pedagogic practices including feedback and clinical supervision. She has generated more than $1 million in postdoctoral research funding as both chief and co-investigators through several national and international collaborations.