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Judith Nicoll Hudson

Prof Judith Hudson

qualifications: BSc, BMBS, MSc, PhD, FHEA

position: Professor Health Professional Education

department: Faculty Health and Medical Sciences

Australia

Professor Nicky Hudson is Professor of Health Professional Education at the University of Adelaide. She is a general medical practitioner who has worked in urban, indigenous and remote health in South Australia. She started her academic career at the University of Adelaide, playing a major role in medical curriculum development and reform, as well as completing a PhD on the challenge of linking theory to practice in medical education. As a foundation staff member (Academic Leader in Human Function) at Peninsula Medical School in the South West of England, she gained further valuable experience to subsequently contribute to the development of an innovative medical curriculum at the Graduate School of Medicine (GSM) at the University of Wollongong. At the GSM, as Chair of the Assessment she led in the implementation of a competency-based assessment programme, and as leader of the Clinical Competency theme she developed two clinical skills centres and the associated skills programme. As Associate Dean Community-based Health Education (CBHE) at the GSM, she led in the development and implementation of longitudinal integrated clinical clerkships in regional, rural or remote New South Wales for all senior students. Following this she was Director of Rural Health at the University of Newcastle in NSW, maintaining her passion for rural health. Her research interests include assessment, the impact of longitudinal integrated community based education on all key stakeholders, including patients, interprofessional education and rural workforce and health education. She is an active member of the global health and medical education community, presenting regularly at international medical education conferences and publishing in the international literature.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 21 September 2015

When a LIC came to town: the impact of longitudinal integrated clerkships on a rural community of healthcare practice


Original Research 17 April 2012

Medical students on long-term regional and rural placements: what is the financial cost to supervisors?


Commentary 29 August 2017

Rural multidisciplinary training: opportunity to focus on interprofessional rapport-building


Review Article 23 April 2021

The role of governance in Indigenous medical education research


Comment 11 July 2012

Reply to Comment on: Medical students on long-term regional and rural placements: what is the financial cost to supervisors?

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