The graduate research students in the Department of Medical Education come from a range of health professional and other backgrounds. Their topics cover medical and health professions education as well as interdisciplinary research. Meet our graduate research students.
- Keryn Bolte
Establishing a culture of learning in rural health services.
- Andrew Huang
The value of video in medical education.
- Emma Jeffs
POEM: Exploring Purposes, Outcomes and Experiences of Morbidity and Mortality meetings in paediatric acute care.
- Christina Johnson
Developing and refining the Feedback Quality Instrument for guiding quality verbal feedback in health professions education.
- Henrietta Lee
A multidisciplinary perspective of effective communication in the operating room.
- Rhea Liang
Intersectionality and the development of the surgical identity.
- Audrey Lim
Examining the ethical challenges faced by Physiotherapy clinicians and undergraduate students in Singapore, with the aim of identifying ethics education that effectively prepares students for clinical practice.
- Guncag Ozavci
Communicating About Managing Medications by Older Patients Across Transitions of Care.
- Julia Paxino
Capturing communication practices of health care providers - how does the stakeholder influence practice?
- Susan Philip
Intercultural clinical communication patterns of overseas qualified nurses in Australian healthcare.
- Jo Russell
Fostering self-regulated learning in Biomedicine.
- Cate Scarff
Assessor grades and feedback: Private thoughts and public judgements.
- Samantha Tai
Patient-Centred Communication in Audiology Education: An Exploration of Perspectives and Practice.
- Josh Waring
Professional identity formation in sexual and gender minority medical students.
- Crystal Zhao
“It’s my health, it’s my choice, and I know best!” How general practitioners (GPs) make decisions when a patient wants tests or treatments that the GPs perceive as medically unnecessary.