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Yung-Hui is an associate nurse unit manager working in a residential aged care facility in Bendigo, Victoria. She completed a Master of Advanced Practice (Gerontological Nursing) and is currently a Bond University PhD candidate. Her research project addresses the inadequacies of current assessment tools that examine healthcare professionals’ knowledge and attitudes towards sexual desire, needs and preferences of older people including those living with dementia and identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or intersex (LGBTI) individuals. She aims to develop a reliable and valid assessment tool to examine knowledge and attitudes toward late life sexuality held by healthcare professionals.

Dominique is a Bond University PhD candidate who is studying Autism in the Health Sciences and Medicine Faculty. Her project is on educating pre-service professionals about the brain development of children with autism. Prior to commencement at Bond University, Dominique completed two Masters Degrees in Education at the University of Melbourne whilst working as a Primary School Educator. She has also completed an Autism qualification through Griffith University in which sparked her interest in wanting to research and help the lives of children with autism.

Lawrence Lim has over 30 years' experience in consulting and held management roles in both the public and private sectors in Australia, Asia, and the Middle East. Some of these roles include a Planning specialist at Baxter Healthcare, Project Director for national wide projects, and leading the Centre of Medical Informatics. Lawrence teaching experience at tertiary level includes health informatics, public health, health services management, and Information technologies. His current research is in aged care with interest in workforce education, training and competency, and gerontechnology. Lawrence has presented his research on conversational agents, information seeking behaviours, perceptions of quality of care, structural quality indicators, and project/portfolio management in healthcare conferences.

Charlotte Phelps is an alumni from Bond University, graduating with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science in February 2019. She is currently undertaking an Honours Research Program with the goal to commence a PhD in 2021. Charlotte’s area of interest is in Medical Education, specifically researching the effectiveness of mixed-reality HoloLens to educate health science and medicine students about asthma. Most of these health science and medicine students will pursue careers in the primary or allied health professionals; therefore, a clear understanding of chronic disease is vital. Asthma is a disease of particular interest because of its increasing prevalence and the alarming number of over diagnosed patients.