Professor Jennene Greenhill, Director of Flinders Rural Health South Australia, has been awarded an honorary membership to the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) for her significant contribution to her industry.
The honorary membership is a prestigious award that recognises outstanding and long-term advocacy as an ANZAHPE member and exemplary work as a health educator.
Professor Greenhill’s passion for rural health and her courage in pursuing the rural health agenda have been particularly noted by her ANZAHPE peers, including Jill Romeo, Executive Officer at ANZAHPE.
In receiving her honorary membership, Professor Greenhill highlighted the importance of being innovative and creative in delivering rural health education, and engaging the community in inter-professional training for medical, nursing and allied health students.
Professor Greenhill is based at the Renmark campus of Flinders Rural Health South Australia in the Riverland, which sits within Renmark Paringa District Hospital.
Her award has been promoted in both The Murray Pioneer and on 5RM radio.