Sally Bristow

Lecturer in Nursing - School of Health

Sally Bristow

Phone: +61 6773 3573



Sally has a passion in Aboriginal health, chronic disease management and Renal Nursing and has extensive experience in Haemodialysis as a Clinical Specialist and Nurse Manager. She brings with her 20 years of clinical and health service management experience. 

Prior to commencing at University of New England Sally has had experience in guest lecturing for undergraduate nurse in her area of speciality.

Sally has worked in a variety of clinical areas and locations including; as an Assistant in Nursing prior to becoming a registered nurse, Registered Nurse at Prince Henry Hospital Sydney in renal and kidney transplant ward,  remote nursing in the Gulf of Carpentaria,  Townsville General Hospital haemodialysis unit, Dubbo Base Hospital elective surgery ward.  Sally was a student midwife at Gosford hospital prior to working as a midwife at Wagga Wagga Base Hospital. She then worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in haemodialysis at a Tertiary centre in Sydney.  For the last ten years she  has worked in a number of senior nursing positions including;  Area renal manager commissioning  dialysis unit at Inverell and Moree, Director of Nursing and Midwifery at Armidale Hospital and  Clinical Nurse Consultant for Aboriginal Chronic Care.


University of Technology Sydney Master of Nursing
University of Technology Sydney Certificate of completion in Advanced Nephrology
University of Newcastle Graduate Diploma of Midwifery
Australian Catholic University Bachelor of Nursing
Registered Nurse
Registered Midwife