Sandra Bunn

Sandra Bunn

Senior Academic Staff Member

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Phone
+64 7 834 8800 extension 7660
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Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching, University of Waikato, 2013
  • Certificate in Adult Teaching, Wintec, 2007
  • Masters in Nursing (Clinical), Victoria University of Wellington, 2007
  • Advanced Practice Nursing Programme Certificate (Intensive Care), Capital & Coast DHB, 2002
  • Acute Care Speciality Programme, Capital & Coast DHB, 2001
  • Diploma in Comprehensive Nursing, Wintec, 1995
  • National Certificate in Business Studies, Wintec, 1992

Industry experience, affiliations and achievements

  • Clinical experience in critical care and acute nursing
  • Experience in clinical nursing education before coordinating Wintec modules, including:
    • Clinical Nurse Educator and Stream Postgraduate Coordinator, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Royal Melbourne Hospital
    • Critical Care Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma Coordinator, Melbourne University
    • Nurse Entry to Practice Educator, Waikato District Health Board
    • Clinical Nurse Specialist in Physiologically Unstable Patients, Middlemore District Health Board
  • Led and managed implementation of student allocator process for students and staff, 2013-2015
  • Member of Employee Partnership Group
  • Havill Research Award for Best Critical Care Nursing Research, Waikato District Health Board, 2007

Areas of expertise and research

  • Collaboration and integration within Enrolled Nursing Programme
  • Interest in ‘Critical Care Outreach’ and patient deterioration models

Research activity

  • Student Allocator Project Leader, 2014-2015.
  • Member of the Dedicated Education Unit project, 2013-2014.
  • ‘An exploration of the transition of patients from intensive care to the ward environment: A ward nursing perspective’ (Unpublished thesis, Victoria University of Wellington). Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Conference, Rotorua, 2007.
  • ‘Developing an understanding of an outreach service from an intensive care unit and general ward perspective in a New Zealand context’ (Co-author and Research Coordinator), 2003. Published on hospital intranet. Poster presented at the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Conference, Dunedin, 2003.

 

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