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ISSN: 2165-7386

Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine
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Nicole Brooke

Nicole Brooke
Nicole Brooke
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania


Dr. Nicole Brooke is a passionate clinician and academic who has worked in aged care for more than 15 years. Nicole has extensive senior management experience as a Registered Nurse, Senior Nurse Educator, Operations Manager, Director of Nursing and more recently a Research and Development Manager. Nicole has worked as a Senior Lecturer both at the University of Technology, Sydney and currently with University of Tasmania. Her Doctorate of Philosophy explored case management in residential aged care and carefully considered the increasing complexity and acuity within the sector along with the challenges involved in workforce and case management implementation. Dr. Brooke has additionally been very successful at influencing and determining policy improvements in the sector both at an organisation and national level.

Research Interest

Dr. Nicole Brooke research interests include: Case management, Aged care and gerontology,Education and professional development, Palliative Care,Organisation capability, Workforce capability and development,Client acuity, Primary healthcare and community nursing




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Care Partnership; Recognition of Reciprocity of Care in Aged Care

Nicole Brooke
Commentary: J Palliat Care Med 2013, 3: 137
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7386.1000137