Elizabeth (Libby) Hoppo
Postgraduate diploma of (Renal) Nursing – Charles Darwin University, 2012; Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration), Charles Darwin University, 2010;
Libby is currently a research nurse on the INFERR (Intravenous Iron Polymaltose For Indigenous Patients with High Ferritin Levels on Haemodialysis) Study having previously worked as a Clinical Training Research Officer for the Hearing for Learning Initiative.
Libby completed her postgraduate diploma in renal nursing at Royal Darwin Hospital (RDH) where she developed her passion for Indigenous health and renal medicine. In 2014, she was awarded the RDH Anne Arthur Award for innovative nursing as a result of her work in this field. Libby has been nominated three times for the NT Nurse of the Year and won the category of NT Graduate Nurse of the Year in 2011.
Libby worked as a nursing lecturer at Charles Darwin University from 2015 until 2019 where she taught undergraduate nursing students general medical/surgical and renal nursing.