Kirrian Steer

Kirrian Steer

Board of Director and Executive Director, SimGHOSTS

Prior to working in healthcare simulation, Kirrian owned and operated a private multidisciplinary allied health practice and was a sessional educator in the vocational education sector. Kirrian’s simulation career began at La Trobe University where she saw an opportunity to combine her three key areas of interest – healthcare, education and technology. During her time at La Trobe University Kirrian developed scenarios for, and provided technical and operational advice to the four campuses of the La Trobe Rural Health School. Additionally, Kirrian managed the Hume Simulation Alliance project, worked with colleagues to establish and run a successful Simulated Patient program, and played a key role in the development of simulation resource portal www.SimEd.net.au. Following completion of the HSA project Kirrian worked at University of Melbourne as Simulation Coordinator and Education Coordinator in the Rural Clinical School.

Kirrian has a Bachelor of Osteopathic Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical) from RMIT University and a Master of Preventive Medicine from Edith Cowan University.