Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Sabine Wardle

 Sabine Wardle

Profile

Sabine completed her Bachelor of Arts (1996), Master of Arts (1999) from Guru Nanak Dev University, India and her Master of Social Work (2006) at the Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia. She has worked in social work and community welfare education at various institutes including University of New England and VET sector since 2008. In addition to her work in social work and community welfare education, she has worked in community development and rehabilitation sectors. She has an extensive VET educational goals setting and social work field practice coordination experience.

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Teaching

Sabine has taught a range of subjects in community welfare, social work and Human Services. She has interdisciplinary focus in subject preparation. She currently teaches:

  • HCS103 - Social Work Fields of Practice
  • HCS300 - Social Work Theory and Practice 3
  • HCS504 - Social Work Theory and Practice 4
  • HLT425 - Integrated Transdisciplinary Care Teams (Graduate Certificate in Integrated Chronic and Terminal Care)
  • HLT426 - Biopsychosocial Care in Transdisciplinary Primary Care Teams (Graduate Certificate in Integrated Chronic and Terminal Care)
  • SWK423 - Ethics and social work practice
  • WEL409 - Grief and Loss

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Research interests

End of Life/Palliative Care
Death and Dying
Grief and Loss
Social work Field Education
Ecological Social Work

Current research projects

Palliative Care for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Population

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Recent Publications

Wardle, S., & Mungai, N.(2018). Emerging Ageing and Age-related issues Amongst Migrant Population in Regional Australia. In M. Pawar, W. Bowles & K. Bell, Social Work:Innovations And Insights (1st ed., pp. 257-270). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd.

Crawford,F., Agustine,S., Earle,L., Kuyini,A., Luxford,Y. , Babacan,H. (2015) Environmental Sustainability and Social Work: A rural Australian evaluation of incorporating eco-social work in field education.

Turner, L., Kuyini, A., Agustine, S. and Hunter, S. (2015). Social Work Student Views on Palliative Care Learning Resources. Australian Social Work, 68(2), pp.259-270.

Gillan, P., Agustine, S., Sanderson, H. and Turner, L. (2013). Palliative Care Simulation: Nurturing Inter-professional Collegiality. Health and Inter-professional Practice, 2(1).

Seminars/Conference presentations

14th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing, Melbourne, December 2015

Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Melbourne July 2014

Palliative Care Education Initiative , PCC4U seminar, Sydney, May 2014

9th Global Conference: Making Sense Of: Dying and Death, Salzburg, Austria, 2012

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