Tracey Sheehan is a Director of Sheehan Health. She has more than 25 years’ experience abroad, interstate and within NSW Health, as well as working in the tertiary education sectors as a clinical educator and supervisor for Bachelor of Nursing Science students. Tracey believes in supporting our future workforce to develop resilience and integrity in their professional practice and still contributes as an active clinical educator to University of Western Sydney.
Tracey has a particular expertise in mental health, working with clients that have both acute and enduring illness, she is also passionate about teaching, advocacy and contributing to quality care through research, education and best practice evidence.
Tracey has a Master of Public Health which has extended her interest in health promotion and public health issues. In particular, the impact continence health has on psychosocial disability in the community. She has recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Continence Promotion and Management and is qualified in Training and Workplace Assessment.