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Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, and various foundations, Dr. Ng has explicated what health professionals do in value-conflicted, uncertain, and unstable zones of practice. Informed by this research, Stella applies and studies transformative education approaches to support health professionals in being reflective practitioners and agents of change. She became a registered audiologist in 2006; and while practicing, earned her PhD in Health Professional Education and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in medical education. Since 2013 Stella has been the Director of Research, Centre for Faculty Development, and since 2017, the Arrell Family Chair in Health Professions Teaching.