Nicola Inglis is currently working as a Lecturer (Teaching Specialist Academic) in Molecular Medicine and Pathology at Flinders University in South Australia. She has interests in medical education, equity in access to education and educational resources, EdTech (technology for education in clinical healthcare), social accountability in health professionals education, medical leadership and doctor and medical student welfare. In her spare time, Nicola enjoys being a certified beach bum and taking walks along the coast with her husband and golden retriever. She maintains an estranged relationship with her flute and forms of physical activity more strenuous than walking or Pilates.
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