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Sabine is a lecturer in Social Work and Human Services at Charles Sturt University. She began work in the field of aged care in 2005 and later practiced in areas of grief and loss, community development, rehabilitation, and vocational education and training. Sabine grew up in India knowing various cultures and religions. She has maintained an interest in spiritual and religious aspects of the culturally and linguistically diverse population within an Australian context, particularly on palliative and end of life care. Sabine has an extensive vocational educational and training goals setting and social work field practice coordination experience across several education institutes in Australia. Sabine's Ph.D. explored the culturally appropriate end-of-life care for ageing Punjabi Indian population in regional New South Wales.


Sabine has taught a range of subjects in community welfare, social work, and Human Services. She has an interdisciplinary focus in subject preparation. She currently teaches:

·        HCS221-Law for Human Services 2
·        HCS410-Legal issues in Child and Adolescent Welfare
·        SWK423 - Ethics and social work practice
·        WEL409 – Grief, Loss and Change

Sabine Coordinates various field education subjects (HCS402, HCS506, and SWK424) for social work.

Research Interests

  • End of Life/Palliative Care
  • Death and Dying
  • Grief and Loss
  • Social work and public libraries
  • Social work Field Education
  • Ecological Social Work

Current research projects

  • Promote and preserve cultural practices in palliative care through digital storytelling.
  • Embracing the cultural identity of burgeoning ethnic groups in regional public libraries: A pilot project with the Punjabi Indian Community in the Riverina


Education/Academic qualification

Social Work, PhD

… → 18 Jul 2020

Subject keywords

  • Palliative Care
  • Regional
  • Aged
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse


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