1st WORLD CONGRESS ON HEALTHY AGEING
"Evolution: Holistic Ageing in an Age of Change"
19th-22nd March 2012, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Organised by Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society



Prof. Janice Paterson

Professor of Nursing (Health Care for Older People) School of Nursing & Midwifery
Flinders University of South Australia

A joint appointment between Flinders University and the Repatriation General Hospital,
Daw Park, South Australia.


Education Details

1999 Foundations of University Teaching
Flinders University of South Australia
1999 Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing)
(An Interpretive Voice: A client centred approach to Urinary Incontinence)
Flinders University of South Australia
1996 Master of Nursing (Research) Converted to PhD
Flinders University of South Australia
1994 Qualifying work for entry into the Master of Nursing (Research)
1992 Churchill Fellowship
(Winston Churchill Memorial Trust)
1989 Continence Promotion Certificate
(Royal District Nursing Service, Victoria)
1979 Matriculation
(South Australian Dept. of Education)
1971 Renal and Metabolic Certificate
(Royal Melbourne Hospital)
1968 General Nursing Certificate
(Nurses Board of South Australia)


Awards created in Prof. Jan Paterson's name

2011 Life membership & Jan Paterson Scholarship
2000 Jan Paterson Award
This award was created by the Board of the Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA) in recognition of my contribution to continence promotion, education and research. It is presented each year to the winner of the Best Scientific Paper at the annual Conference on Incontinence.


Awards

2003 Premiers Nursing Excellence Award for Nursing Education
Government of South Australia
2001 Jan Paterson Award
This award was created by the Board of the Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA) in recognition of my contribution to continence promotion, education and research. It is presented each year to the winner of the Best Scientific Paper at the annual Conference on Incontinence.
1998 Continence Foundation of Australia- President's Award
This is a discretionary award by the Incumbent President of the CFA to a person they deem has given outstanding service to the organisation.
1997 Joyce Wickham Memorial Scholarship Grant
Royal College of Nursing
1996 Nurses' Memorial Foundation of South Australia Research Scholarship Grant
1993 Public Service Medal - Australia Day Honours List
For Outstanding Public Service
Commonwealth Government of Australia
1991 Churchill Fellowship
In relation to incontinence acquire further expertise and exchange information in assessment, investigation, treatment and management of incontinence as well as education, research and promotion of continence, the role of the Continence Nurse Advisor and care as part of the cure.