Deanne Riddington

VIC
2015

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Deanne Riddington is a passionate advocate for health workforce education and for public health, with a career spanning 30 years as a Registered Nurse in Victoria. Her career has transitioned from clinical practice to education and leadership. Deanne holds a Certificate IV in Government Investigations from the Investigation Compliance and Enforcement Training Systems, a Certificate III in Investigative Services from the Australian Security Academy, a Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training and Leadership from the University of Ballarat, and a Graduate Diploma (Education), a Graduate Diploma (Oncology Nursing) and a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) from Victoria University. Deanne is on the Board of Our People-Her Heart, a not-for-profit (NFP) focused on the prevention of women’s heart disease. Deanne is an Associate Professor (Clinical) who has extensive experience as a senior manager and education specialist creating and leading high-performing teams and projects in the healthcare sector including General Manager of Education & Learning at St Vincent’s Hospital. Deanne is an Investigator with A Matter of Fact P/L and a Public Health Officer with the Victorian Department of Health. She is an honorary Clinical Associate Professor with the Australian Catholic University. Deanne led the development of Victoria’s first Aboriginal Graduate Nurse Program and was awarded a Fellowship from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2015 for her work in this field. Deanne is currently the President Elect of the Churchill Fellows Association of Victoria.

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The Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to build upon the pilot Aboriginal Graduate Nurse Program at St Vincent's Hospital

The Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to build upon the pilot Aboriginal Graduate Nurse Program at St Vincent's Hospital

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