Kylie joined the ACSEP team in the role of National Training Coordinator in March 2019. Providing ongoing support for the Registrars in the ACSEP training program and ensuring high educational quality are key aspects of Kylies role. Kylie advises and facilitates the development of year 1 ACSEP Registrar research projects. Kylie also organizes the admissions and examination processes within the college.
Kylie has previously worked as a lecturer in the osteopathy program at Victoria University from 2005-2019. Her roles at VU included Osteopathy Course Coordinator (2009-2012), Bachelor of Science (Osteopathy) Course Leader (2015-2018) and Accreditation Coordinator (2009-10, 2014-15). Her academic and research interests include pain education, clinical education, simulated learning, self/peer assessment and assessment evaluation.
Kylie completed a Graduate Certificate of Tertiary Education in 2016. Kylie is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) at The University of Sydney, Faculty of Medicine and Health. Kylie has led several research projects investigating knowledge, attitudes and beliefs towards pain in osteopathic education and practice.
Kylie is an AHPRA registered osteopath and also worked part time in private practice in the Melbourne CBD and in her own clinics in Doncaster East and Maryborough, Victoria from 2002-2012. From 2014-2018 she was also a registered osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council in the UK. Her current professional roles include Accreditation Panel Member – Panel of Assessors, Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Board (AOAC), and Accreditation Panel Member - Osteopathic Council of New Zealand Osteopathic Council (OCNZ).
Outside of work, Kylie is currently training her young horse in dressage and is actively involved in HRCAV (adult riding) clubs in country Victoria.