Ms Tash Olley
University Newcastle Department of Rural Health
- Phone:(02) 4055 1961
Tash is an Associate Lecturer in Physiotherapy at The University of Newcastle, Department of Rural Health in Coffs Harbour. This role involves working with undergraduate students who chose to spend their final year in a rural location, supporting students of all year levels and supervisors through placement and promoting and providing continuing profressional development opportunities to rural clinicians.
Tash continues to work clinically as a physiotherapist within NSW Health across a variety of areas. She has extensive experience in both neurological and cardio respiratory physiotherapy.
- Bachelor of Science, University of Salford - UK
- Clincal Education
- Rural Health
- Spinal Cord Injury
- English (Mother)
Fields of Research
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University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health
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Conference (1 outputs)
Urquhart L, Killey N, Boyle G, Urquhart R, Olley N, 'How do you teach reflective practice? Exploring interprofessional differences.', Virtual Conference (2021)