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Rebekah Scotney

School of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland

Rebekah graduated from The University of Queensland (UQ) in 1993, taking her first position within the School of Veterinary Science shortly thereafter. Rebekah is an experienced Veterinary Technical Officer, qualified Veterinary Nurse and Workplace Trainer and Assessor. She has a strong background in animal welfare, behaviour and ethics. And, with more than 15 years’ experience in facility management, Rebekah is the Director of the Clinical Studies Centre within the School of Veterinary Science.

Rebekah is a passionate researcher and educator specialising in the psychology of human – animal relationships. Rebekah lectures extensively in the areas of compassion fatigue, occupational stress and emotional intelligence and, provides thought-provoking seminars and workshops within the animal industry.

As Academic Program Coordinator of the Bachelor of Veterinary Technology degree, Rebekah teaches into the BAppSc, BVetTech and BVSc programs. She has a passion for teaching and a commitment to instil a desire in all students to embrace life-long learning.

Rebekah is highly regarded in her field, particularly for her leadership and mentoring expertise.