Dr Salomé Meyer came from South Africa to New Zealand in 2008. She has 15 years clinical nursing practice experience, and 17 further years in nursing education in South Africa. The last position in South Africa was as senior lecturer at the University of Pretoria in the Faculty of Health Sciences, and in New Zealand as senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health. Her teaching activities centered on the theory of education, bridging the theory-practice gap, curriculum development, leadership and adult education.
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