Research Output per year
Professor Janie Dade Smith is an award-winning author, academic and project consultant. She has worked extensively as is a health educationalist in national curriculum development, program accreditation, educational resource development, policy development, organisational review, Indigenous health, and research; across all health disciplines – medicine, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Janie has written and coordinated three masters degrees whilst at Bond. She was chair of the MD Implementation Committee, and designed and led the transition from the MBBS to the MD between 2016-19. She wrote and coordinated the Master of Clinical Education Program, and teaches into the medical programs Indigenous and rural and remote health curriculum. This program won the prestigious Office of Leaning and Teaching Australian Award for University Teaching, and a citation for an Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2015, as well as the Faculty Award and Vice Chancellors Awards. In 2019, as part of the Solomon Islands team, she was awarded the Australian Award for Unviersity Teaching, Global Citizenship and Internationalisation Award for programs that enhance learning.
In 2019 she developed Australia's first Master of Health Innovations program. She has also undertaken a number of external consultancies whilst at Bond the most recent being the External Evaluation of the Rural Health Multidisiplinary Program for the Department of Health, as part of the team with KBC Australia.
Prior to joining Bond University in 2012 Janie ran her own national consulting company – RhED Consulting Pty Ltd – for 7 years, where she undertook over 47 consultancies for health departments, universities, professional colleges, government and not for profit organisations, turning over more than $2.7M in research funds.
Janie is the immediate past President and Board Chair of CRANAplus – the peak body for all remote health in Australia, and she previously sat numerous national committees including the Council of the National Rural Health Alliance. Janie is well published and is the author of Australia’s Rural, Remote and Indigenous health, 3e published by Elsevier in 2016, which is used extensively by many Australian universities in preparing students for rural and remote practice.
James Cook University Queensland
Award Date: 1 Jan 2004
Award Date: 18 Apr 1996
Director1 Jan 2004 → 1 Sep 20112000 → 2003
National Education Development Officer22 Apr 1996 → 15 May 2000
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › Professional › peer-review
Best practice primary and secondary preventative interventions in chronic disease in remote AustraliaSchmidt, B., Smith, J. D. & Battye, K., 2018, Sydney: ACSQHC. 69 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report › Research
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › Research › peer-review
Integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health across an undergraduate medical curriculum in AustraliaSmith, J. D., 2016, In : Australian Journal of Clinical Education. 1, 5, 5.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Measuring the impact of a discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Course on the development of cultural capabilities of health professional students in Higher EducationWest, R., Wrigley, S., Creedy, D., Mills, K., Taylor, K., Jones, S. & Smith, J. D., 2016.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other › Research › peer-review