Research Activities - June 2022
Come along and discover the research activities on offer in the Department of Medical Education in June 2022.
Zoom (link will be sent separately each week)
Convenor: Professor Robyn Woodward-Kron email@example.com
Coordinator: Michelle Grainger firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 2 June, 1-2pm, zoom
EXCITE MASTERS STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Amod Karnik – Transitioning to senior roles in Intensive Care: A qualitative study of senior registrar perspectives.
Hannah Sharma – What are the experiences and perceptions of clinical supervisors in gerontological physiotherapy of teaching clinical reasoning?
Jael Wafula – Enhancing assessment for indigenous health at level 7 of the NZQA framework.
Thursday 9 June, 1-2pm, zoom
Dr Tim Clement (DME, University of Melbourne)
‘Home visits’: A new possibility for GP-supervisor professional development by taking it to teaching practices.
Thursday 16 June, 1-2pm, zoom
ANZAHPE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES
Associate Professor Rola Ajjawi (Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Deakin University)
Maximising feedback through an educational alliance.
Please note that this session is organised and conducted through ANZAHPE rather than DME. Registration is through the ANZAHPE website (https://www.anzahpe.org/ANZAHPE-Online), and a zoom link will be sent from ANZAHPE before the event.
Thursday 23 June, 1-2pm, zoom
Dr Kayley Lyons (Digital Health Workforce Development Lead, Centre for Digital Transformation of Health, University of Melbourne) and Dr Sathana (‘Sat’) Dushanthen (Digital Health Workforce Development Specialist, Centre for Digital Transformation of Health, University of Melbourne)
Design and evaluation of a flipped classroom short course for practicing clinicians and non-clinicians.
Thursday 30 June, 1-1.30pm, zoom [please note change of time]
SCHOLARLY TEACHING IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION SEMINAR SERIES
Mr Clinton Kempster (Lecturer, Adelaide Dental School; Deputy Director, Gender Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, University of Adelaide)
The ADS Volunteer Patient Program (VPP): Leveraging community volunteer partnerships to enhance patient-centred clinical communication.
Dr Lyndall Smythe (Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry, Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne)
Development of Dental Student Communication Literacy Using a Simulated Patient Approach.
Chair – Professor Robyn Woodward-Kron (DME, University of Melbourne)
Download the June flyer here.