Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022

Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate our graduates and former staff members who are recipients of a Queen’s Birthday Honour for 2022.

With contributions ranging from services to medicine, nursing and Indigenous health, to services to heritage, faith, public service, corrections and higher education, these worthy recipients reflect Flinders’ values of Excellence, Courage, Innovation and Integrity.

Alumni 

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

Dr Susan Marsden AM (PhD(SS) ’95) For significant service to history and heritage as an author, academic and speaker.
Ms Margaret R Richardson AM (MPsych ’90) For significant service to the Anglican Church of Australia.
Mrs Lesley Salem AM (GradCertDiabetesMgmtEd ’16) For significant service to nursing, and to Indigenous health.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

The Reverend Dr Christopher Carl Aiken OAM (BA ’81) For service to the community through chaplaincy roles.
Professor Lilian Kow OAM (BMBS ’85, PhD(Med)’96) For service to bariatric and obesity medicine.

Public Service Medal (PSM)

Ms Paula Duffy PSM (MClinRehab ’11) For outstanding public service in nursing and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr Elisabeth Kerr PSM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’03) For outstanding public service to the health and wellbeing of Australians, primarily for work as the scientific force behind the regulation of breast implants globally.
Mr Paul Nunnari PSM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’13) For outstanding public service to New South Wales, particularly in the field of access and inclusion.

Australian Corrections Medal (ACM)

Mrs Sky M Lambert ACM (BJusSoc ’99, BSocWk(GradEntry) ’01, GradCertHlth ’08, GradDipPsych ’12, BBehavSc(Hons) ’14, MPsych(Clin)’18) A highly valued and respected member within the Department for Correctional Services (DCS). Mrs Lambert is an asset to DCS and someone who has provided outstanding clinical services within DCS for 21 years. She has achieved meaningful outcomes for many clients over this time; significantly contributing to their behaviour change and desistance from the criminal justice system.


Former staff

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

Dr Peter Heysen AM For significant service to general medicine, and to the community.
Dr Michelle Kiley AM For significant service to neurology, and to professional associations.
Emeritus Professor Hilary Winchester AM For significant service to tertiary education, and to governance, committee and advisory roles.

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