Doctor of Health Science (Clinical Leadership & Management), 2016
Dr Redknap is the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer for WA Health. She is a distinguished leader in West Australian nursing, who has significantly contributed to the advancement of clinical practice, research and education throughout her career. Dedicated to the enhancement of nursing as a profession, and of patient care, her pioneering work has shaped and driven nursing practice especially within mental health in WA. As a proud ECU alumnus, Dr Redknap epitomises ECU values of integrity, respect, personal excellence and rational enquiry.
Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing), 1991
Anita Clayton is a retired nurse who has spent more than 30 years improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people, both through her work with remote and rural communities, and now in retirement as a Volunteer with Red Cross and the Arthritis Foundation. Anita spent more than 28 years at the Perth Chest Clinic. This dedication to promoting equity of care to diverse populations has supported the sustainability and growth of the Western Australian Tuberculosis Control and the Humanitarian Entrant Health Service programs. Anita has left a legacy for nurses and the wider community through her compassion and professionalism in providing care for vulnerable populations across remote, rural and urban settings in Australia. In 2010, the Perth Chest Clinic was replaced with a new state-of-the-art centre for Tuberculosis Control and Humanitarian Entrant Health and named the Anita Clayton Centre in her honour.
Master of Professional Communications (Screen Studies), 2014
Briege Whitehead is a Perth-based writer, director and producer of ground-breaking factual television and virtual reality documentary productions. Her production company, White Spark Pictures, was founded in 2017 and is already considered by most in the industry as a global pioneering producer of virtual reality content. Briege’s award-winning flagship virtual reality documentary, The Antarctica Experience combines her expertise as a producer/director/writer with cutting edge technology and has been a world-wide success. The documentary brings viewers right into the epicentre of the impacts of climate change in Antarctica, and allows viewers to explore a day in the life of the scientists who work there.
Advanced Diploma of Music (Contemporary), 2010
Bachelor of Music, 2012
Megan McInerney (known as Meg Mac) has one of the most exciting and profoundly soulful voices in music today. Since graduating from WAAPA at ECU, Megan has gone on to become one of Australia's most prominent female artists in the contemporary music industry. ABC Double J recently named her as one of the 50 game-changing women who are shaping the sound and scene of Australian music. Megan was named Triple J’s 2014 Unearthed Artist of the Year, and went on to release her first EP Meg Mag, with singles in the top 100 ARIA charts, and then her first debut album Low Blows, which debuted at #2 on the ARIA charts. Megan's dedication to the progression of equality in music has served as an inspiration to many women and disadvantaged people across Australia and the world.
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