I have been involved in the practice and teaching of nursing for over 20 years. I am currently the course convenor for a graduate entry nursing program, into which I introduced flipped learning in 2013. From a single unit of study 4 years ago, flipped learning has been adopted across the course and is spreading across the school of nursing’s course offerings. I have provided professional development and mentoring to colleagues, and am part of a community of practice within my university. I am also part of a national group led by Sophie Karanicolas and Cathy Snelling from the University of Adelaide. I have completed 2 research projects around the implementation of flipped learning, with the results nearing publication. My other scholarly focus is interprofessional learning in healthcare, which is the focus of my PhD.