Campus Dean, Signadou 2009 -
Head, Schools of Theology (ACT and NSW) 2005 - 2006, Assistant Head, National School of Theology 2007
Lecturer at Signadou Campus since 1999
Lecturer at Sydney Campuses since 1996
I have graduate qualifications in Theology - including a PhD in Practical Theology, and Masters degrees in Moral Theology and Education. I am currently completing graduate studies in Canon Law.
“Levinas and Responsibility for the Other: A practical theological analysis of the cases of Nancy Crick and Terri Schiavo” Australian EJournal of Theology Volume 13 (March 2009)
My primary research is related to Christian Anthropology - the study of the human person. I apply my findings in this field to Practical Theology and Christian Ethics, especially in the field of health care. A second are of research interest is about effective teaching and learning in Theology. My recent publications centre on health care and Christian anthropology; on models of formation for those engaged in ministries and other Church based activities; and, the educational impact of relational personhood. My next major publication will consider the intersection of relational personhood and disability.
Health care ethics, including relational models of health care
Theological education and professional formation
Public policy, health and welfare
Chair, Archdiocesan Catholic Education Commission
Member ACT Chapter of Australian Catholic University
Fellow, Association of Practical Theology in Oceania
Member, Australian Catholic Theology Association
Member, Australian and New Zealand Moral Theology Association
Member, Canon Law Society of Australia and New Zealand
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