Episode 2: Alexander O’Sullivan

alexAlex graduated from La Trobe University around a year ago and is about to finish his first speech pathology job, working in inpatient geriatric evaluation and management in Melbourne.

This episode offers insights into being a speech pathology student, starting out in the profession, working with people with dementia, and being a male in a predominantly female profession. Something for everyone.

Apologies for the audio problems – Alex sounds a bit muffled, I had some echoing, we had some background noise. As we all know, communication is not always perfect or easy. I did my best to fix it up as much as I could.

“Being strategic, but being open minded” – O’Sullivan, A. (2016)

The Brenner model that Emma mentioned: http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/nursing/projects/Documents/novice-expert-benner.pdf

How to contact Alex: twitter: @os_alexo

Opening and closing theme: Bright Future – Silent Partner: https://youtu.be/j-eUXXW95Rg

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