Seed funding success

Three groups of Department of Medical Education academics have received Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Seed funding for faculty wide initiatives in 2019.

The projects address Indigenous health, work integrated learning, and clinical communication.  Congratulations to the following teams and projects:

Scoping study and Community engagement for an Interdisciplinary Framework to Support Indigenous Place-based Learning for the Health Professions
Dr Ngaree Blow (Department of Medical Education), Alister Thorpe (Population and Global Health), Dr Alyce Wilson (Department of Medical Education)

Good WIL Hunting: Development of a framework to optimise work integrated leaning across the health professions
Dr Charlotte Denniston, Professor Elizabeth Molloy, Dr Leonie Griffiths (Department of Medical Education)

Learning and Teaching Clinical Communication in Health Professional Education for the 21st Century: A Faculty Wide Approach for Curriculum Renewal and Improved Graduate Outcomes
Associate Professor Robyn Woodward-Kron, Dr Charlotte Denniston (Department of Medical Education), Dr Caitlin Barr (Health Sciences) and Dr Rebecca Wong (Dental School)

We look forward to providing updates on these projects throughout the year.