Researcher biography

Angelique Zamora is an Associate Lecturer and an Undergraduate Course Coordinator for clinical courses in the Bachelor of Nursing Program. Angelique joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work (SNMSW) in 2015. She has received the 2020 Elsevier Emerging Leader in Nursing and Midwifery Education High Commendation Award and the SNMSW 2016 Innovation in Teaching and Learning Award.

Angelique obtained her nursing qualifications in both The Philippines and Australia. She is currently a Registered Nurse under the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. She has clinical experience in General Medical & Surgical, Community, Gerontological, Maternal & Child, Intensive Care, and Intraoperative Nursing. She also has several years of experience in clinical teaching in nursing both in Australia and overseas. Angelique's research interests and background include Nursing Education, Interprofessional Care and Dementia Care.

Currently, Angelique is undertaking her PhD studies investigating the interprofessional collaboration in dementia care in residential aged care facilities.