Annie is a Nurse/Midwife, with a BA in Social Science/Communication and over 25 years’ experience in health. She is the Nurse Educator for the COQI project, leading the development of the Competency Based Workforce Development Package which will support treatment services to implement the Clinical Care Standards for AoD Treatment.
Annie has experience working in drug and alcohol, primary health and infectious diseases in a range of roles including clinically, as a project manager, in policy development, and adult education. Most recently, in her role as the Senior Nurse Manager in SESLHD Drug and Alcohol Services, Annie played a critical role in establishing the Consumer Participation Program, the Ngalaiya Wellbeing Program and helping to roll out the Take Home Naloxone Program in NSW.
She is inspired by organisations and people that are committed to progressing the role of consumers and continual quality improvement in health care.
She hasn’t got any hidden talents or hobbies, but she does love people, dogs, dancing, summer and having fun so I guess that’s something…..