Marjorie Bonello, MSc (Lond.), SROT Marjorie Bonello, MSc (Lond.) is an assistant lecturer within the Department of Occupational Therapy at the Faculty of Health Sciences. She qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1989 and obtained an MSc with Distinction from at the University of East London in 1998 the latter of which was focused on clinical education. She is currently reading for a PhD in interprofessional education at the University of Brighton. Ms Bonello has been a part-time lecturer at the University of Malta since 1995 and became a resident academic in 2010. During these years, she has been instrumental in developing students’ clinical practice both through undergraduate work and through the conduction of continuous professional development courses for qualified occupational therapists. She is also a lecturer on the multi-professional Clinical Education in Practice study-unit. Her other lecturing commitments include upper-extremity rehabilitation exploring occupation-based interventions for patients with upper extremity trauma and disability, and clinical skills laboratories. Marjorie is a member on the Board of the Faculty of Health Sciences and a member on the Board of Studies and Board of Examiners within the Occupational Therapy Department. M. Bonello worked in hand rehabilitation within the Health Sector for 10 years and was instrumental in setting up occupational therapy services within this area. She also held the post of a Policy Co-ordinator at the Ministry of Health for a number of years and was involved in various innovation projects such as service audits, operational reviews, coordination of policy initiatives, EU programme management, gender mainstreaming in health and dementia services development in Malta. She has also sat on several National Boards and Committees. Her research interests are primarily interprofessional education, clinical education, the process of learning during practice and dementia studies. She is also interested in the potential impact of national culture on innovation in health professional education especially in European mini-states and other nations. Publications Bonello, M. (2001). Fieldwork within the context of higher education: A literature review. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(2), 93-99. Bonello, M. (2001). Perceptions of fieldwork education in Malta: Challenges and opportunities. Occupational Therapy International, 8(1), 17-33. Bonello, M. (2000). Fieldwork education in Malta: Future challenges for OT. British Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation, 7(5), 222.