Christine Jackman


Associate Professor Christine Jackman graduated from Adelaide University in 1995 before completing her emergency medicine training at multiple sites across Adelaide, receiving her Fellowship in 2004. She developed her interest in medical education during her emergency medicine training and now has extensive experience working across the three main medical University courses in Victoria. She commenced as the Dean of the Epworth Clinical school in August 2020. Prior to joining Epworth, she was appointed as the curriculum lead for the Eastern Health Clinical School and as Acting Deputy Course Director for the Deakin medical school.


Christine has worked extensively in South Australia and Victoria but also in Northern and Western Queensland. She is a senior simulation facilitator and facilitator trainer at Alfred Health and has been involved in medical and interprofessional training at all levels of experience from student to senior practitioner. She has worked extensively in teaching communication skills to health care practitioners and has trained both facilitators and simulated patients in this field. She has completed a Master of Health Professional Education.


She is passionate about medical education and in supporting medical students, junior medical staff and experienced clinicians in becoming the best clinicians they can be. Christine is the co-author of the Clinical Assessment course.

David Maccora

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