qualifications: RN, PhD, Grad Cert Clin Man
Sally Hall is a Registered Nurse and health services researcher at the Australian National University, where she works in the Rural Clinical School as a Senior Lecturer and Research Lead. Sally’s clinical background is in rural critical care and nursing management, and she’s worked as a nurse in general practice, hospital and public health settings. She has also undertaken senior roles with rural primary health care organisations and state-funded regional health services. Her current research interests lie largely in primary care, focused on chronic disease, interprofessional practice and the relationships between complexity and quality of care. Her research training is centred on qualitative and mixed methods, including social science approaches, and research ethics. She is currently completing a PhD through the ANU Medical School examining clinical practice variation using routinely collected general practice data. Sally continues to live in rural New South Wales not far from where she grew up.