Dr Salomé Meyer

Education Advisor/Education Advisory Learning Technologies


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PhD (CIE), MEd (CAE), BCurIetA(Hons)(Adv NE), BCurIetA(NE), PGDip. CHN, PG Dip.NM, Dip. Midw, Dip. GN


Salomé has 15 years clinical nursing practice experience, and a further 17 years in nursing education in South Africa. She held teaching positions at the SG Lourens Nursing College and the University of Pretoria in South Africa as well as Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Her teaching activities centered on the theory of education, bridging the theory-practice gap, curriculum development, leadership and adult education. She is interested in how lecturers facilitate learning, being creative in planning and implementing learning opportunities, using technology in learning, as well as the affective experiences of students in online learning environments. She was a visiting lecturer at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden as well as at Moi University in Kenya.

Salomé’s research focuses on issues in education and currently on blended learning. She has published a number of accredited articles on the facilitation of learning in nursing, is the first author of two text books, of which one is in its 3rd edition, and has presented at numerous conferences. She serves on the review panels of accredited journals.

Salomé is a founding member of the Tau Lambda Chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing in South Africa, and has served as an office bearer for 7 years. She was involved in the development of a Master’s degree in Nursing for Eastern Africa as a member of the STTI Tau Lambda Chapter.


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Research outputs 2017

Research outputs 2015

Research outputs 2013