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Supervising clinical learners is an important and necessary part of the work lives of most health practitioners, however, many do not relish this component of their role.
Some lack confidence in their teaching skills and others do not feel they have the time to provide an optimum learning environment whilst balancing the needs of their patients.
Professor Stephen Trumble, Department of Medical Education, wants to change this perception and has developed an online course in Clinical Supervision.
The course is suitable for doctors, dentists, nurses, and allied health professionals in teaching roles to learn the necessary principles to carry out effective and efficient clinical supervision.
The online course can be completed at the student's own pace and is accessible across multiple devices (iOS, Android or Windows).
Why is this course important?
- It is essential to ensure a positive learning experience for clinical learners to maintain service quality and safety
- As clinicians, you are encouraged to be able to carry out supervising tasks effectively and efficiently
This course will help you:
- Learn the no-fuss educational theories from experts
- Find out how to give effective and appropriate feedback
- Discover strategies to motivate learners
- Find ways to handle challenging learners and situations
How will you learn?
- Example case studies
- Entertaining and informative video clips
- Interactive quizzes
This course is accredited by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and meets the requirement for 2020 - 2022 triennium (Category 1, 40 points for the QI&CPD program).
To learn more about the course, visit http://go.unimelb.edu.au/8air