Anita Bressan graduated in Philosophy at the University of Trieste (Italy), and then moved to Australia to obtain a Master of Teaching in Secondary Education at Alphacrucis College (Sydney, NSW), and a PhD in Anthropology and Sociology at the University of Western Australia (Perth, WA).
Anita worked as an academic educator for Sydney’s University of Technology, the University of Sydney, and Western Sydney University, while also delivering training programs for large cohorts of staff in the private sector, including through online Learning Management Systems.
Specialised in the digital transformation of learning, and in the implementation and development of online platforms, Anita joined MetabERN in 2020 to coordinate the Clinical Patient Management System, the telemedicine tool made available to the European Reference Networks for rare diseases by the European Commission.
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