Research Activities - April 2023
Come along and discover the research activities on offer in the Department of Medical Education in April 2023.
Zoom (link will be sent separately each week)
Convenor: Professor Robyn Woodward-Kron firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator: Andrea Meyer email@example.com
Thursday 6 April (1-2pm - Zoom)
Dr Damian Castanelli, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Department of Medical Education UoM; Monash Health Centre
Title: Assessment for learning in programmatic assessment
- Castanelli DJ, Weller JM, Chander AR, Molloy EK, Bearman ML. A balancing act: The Supervisor of Training role in anaesthesia education. Anaesth Intensive Care. 2019:47(4) 349–356.
- Castanelli DJ, Weller JM, Molloy E, Bearman M. Shadow systems in assessment: how supervisors make progress decisions in practice. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract. 2020;25:131-47.
- Castanelli DJ, Weller JM, Molloy E, Bearman M. How Trainees Come to Trust Supervisors in Workplace-Based Assessment: A Grounded Theory Study. Academic Medicine. 2022;97(5):704-10.
- Castanelli, DJ, Weller, JM, Molloy, E, Bearman, M. Trust, power and learning in workplace-based assessment: The trainee perspective. Medical Education. 2022; 56(3): 280- 291.
Thursday 13 April – No Roundtable scheduled (Easter Holidays)
Thursday 20 April (1-2pm - Hybrid)
Ms Tatiana Zecher, Dr Bec Szabo, Royal Women’s Hospital; University of Melbourne
Title: Translational simulation-based research for improving care and teamwork during maternity emergencies: a focus with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) mothers
Thursday 27 April (1-2pm - Hybrid)
RESEARCH TRAINING FOCUS
Chapter discussions from Researching Clinical Education (eds) J Cleland, S Durning
For UoM staff and students, the e-book is available here.
Chapter title: Understanding and appraising healthcare students’ learning through workplace experiences (by Stephen Billett and Linda Sweet) - discussion to be led by Prof. Robyn Woodward-Kron
Chapter title: Theoretical perspectives on identity: researching identities in healthcare education (by Lynn V. Monrouxe and Charlotte E. Rees) - discussion to be led by Dr Charlotte Denniston