Rhonda L Wilson The 26th International Nursing Philosophy Conference 2023

Rhonda L Wilson

Professor Rhonda Wilson [RN CMHN BNSc (JCU) MN(Hons) (UNE) PhD (UNE)] is an internationally recognised mental health nursing scientist with a research focus on digital health interventions. She is Professor of Nursing in the Nursing and Midwifery School, at University of Newcastle where she leads the largest Master of Mental Health Nursing program in Australia with 1000 students enrolled, generating 400 graduates per year. Additionally, she leads an innovative digital mental health nursing laboratory, including supervising 12 PhD students. She is a Registered Nurse and a Credentialed Mental Health Nurse in Australia and has worked across various roles as a clinical nurse, researcher and academic in Australia, Denmark and New Zealand over the past 35 years. As a Wiradjuri descendent, she is a vigorous advocate and activist for the promotion of cultural safety and decolonisation in our education and health institutions. She has published extensively in international journals, books and conferences. She has a track record of leading national and international mental health mixed methods research programs, including using methods suited to priority populations, and First Nations peoples. She has a depth of experience in the development and management of funded large-scale multinational digital mental health tailored and implemented studies.

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