Congratulations to our 2018 Master of Clinical Education graduates
Graduating with this degree is a very special achievement. Our 2018 graduates have balanced very busy clinical and teaching practices with their education research. Their research is now contributing to health professions education scholarship, and their education leadership is influencing clinical practice and education in the workplace. Congratulations!
In 2018, nine students graduated from the EXCITE Master of Clinical Education Program. Their research topics listed below highlight the breadth of scholarship occurring within Master’s program. The research conducted by these students spans evaluation of learning and teaching approaches, examining experiences of learners within clinical workplaces, and introducing innovations in health professions education and practice.
Graduating with this degree is a very special achievement. It has involved balancing very busy clinical and teaching practices with education research. Through publications and presentations, their research is contributing to health professions education scholarship, and their education leadership is influencing clinical practice and education in the workplace.
Evaluation of clinical reasoning methods used by junior doctors in approaching patients with leg pain in general practice
Exploring the gap between student-reported confidence and expert-rated competence for veterinary anaesthesia skills
“We spend most of the day at work with colleagues, but still don’t get a chance to connect”: Perceptions of a unique professional development program for physician trainees.
The use of simulation to educate healthcare professionals working within the residential age care setting A scoping review
Sharing contraceptive decisions in general practice: GP registrars’ experiences and perceptions
“How does mindfulness impact the learning experience of students studying a Postgraduate Certificate in Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing?”
The long case: back from the brink
Anne Maree Thewlis
Investigating the utility of an online communication platform
for rural clinical educators
Carolyn van Heerden
An investigation into the perceived value of the Clinical Teaching Fellow program in a quaternary paediatric hospital in Australia
We are also pleased to be able to showcase some of the recent peer-review publications from our Master of Clinical Education students:
Richards, L., Delany, C., & Coughlan, S. (2019) I had no idea that other people in the world thought differently to me”: An exploration of ethical challenges in small animal veterinary practice and implications for ethics support and education. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. (accepted)
Cameron, J., Bilszta, J., Reid, K. & Briggs, C. (2019). Motivations & Experiences of Postgraduate Anatomy Training. Med Ed Publish. https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000062.1