Dr Rebecca Munt
Dr Rebecca Munt (BN (Hons), Grad Cert Education (Higher Ed), PhD, MACN)
CALHN and University of Adelaide
Dr Rebecca Munt is a registered nurse with a PhD that explored the self-management experiences of people living with type 1 diabetes while in hospital. Rebecca is the Principal Investigator for the South Australia Inpatient Diabetes Survey that involved collecting data across 29 hospitals in metropolitan, regional and rural locations.
Her previous experience includes 14 years as a Lecturer in Nursing at Flinders University where she coordinated the Diabetes management and education specialisation.
Rebecca has undertaken a number of research projects in the area of diabetes and disseminated the research findings at local, national and international conferences and in peer reviewed publications. She was the Chair of the Expert Reference Group and ACN representative for the National Diabetes Nursing Education Framework. Rebecca is currently a member of the Australian Diabetes Society’s In-hospital diabetes management committee and Insulin Pump in Vulnerable Situation (IPVS) subcommittee.
Rebecca currently has a joint appointment as a Research Nurse with Central Adelaide Local Health Network and the Adelaide Nursing School, University of Adelaide. In this role Rebecca provides support and mentoring for nurses to undertake their own projects while involving nurses in all aspects of the research process to increase research knowledge and skill. Rebecca also supervises Research Higher Degree students in their Masters and PhD programs as well as Honours students.