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3rd April 2017

Teacher development - Clinical supervision training across contexts

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Citations: Tai J, Bearman M, Edouard V, Kent F, Nestel D, Molloy E. (2016 Aug). Clinical supervision training across contexts. The Clinical Teacher. 13(4): 262-266.

Background: Clinicians require specific skills to teach or super- vise students in the workplace; however, there are barriers to accessing faculty member development, such as time, cost and suitability. The Clinical Supervision Support Across Contexts (ClinSSAC) programme was designed to provide acces- sible interprofessional educator training to clinical supervisors across a wide range of clinical settings.

Recommended references related to this paper:
 -  Rodrigues V. (2016 Jun). Response to Clinical supervision training across contexts. The Clinical Teacher. 13(3):242.
 -  Bearman M, Tai J, Kent F, Edouard V, Nestel D, Molloy E. (2017 Mar). What should we teach the teachers? Identifying the learning     priorities of clinical supervisors. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 17:1-3.

5th June 2017

Handover — Enabling Learning in Communication for Safety

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Citations: Iedema, R., Merrick, E. T., Kerridge, R., Herkes, R., Lee, B., Anscombe, M., . . . White, L. (2009). Handover - Enabling Learning in Communication for Safety (HELiCS): a report on achievements at two hospital sites. MJA, 190(11): S133-S136.

 

 

12th March 2018

Back to the Future - Competency-based training in health

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Background: Competency-based training (CBT) was introduced into vocational education and training (VET) in the 1980s. While it has the benefits of standardisation, national consistency, transparency and accountability, ‘the elephant in the room’ (Black & Reich 2010) has been the reported growth of an audit ‘culture’ resulting in an intensification of work practices and concerns regarding the deprofessionalisation of teaching. This research looked at the impacts of CBT on a group of VET sector teachers. The session poses the question ‘what does this infer for the health industry as it embraces the introduction of CBT?

Presenter: Dr Jennifer Davids

 

19th March 2018

Critical Appraisal: Qualitative studies

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Background: Dr Karen Scott: Discipline of Child and Adolescent Health.
Critical Appraisal Skills enable you to assess the trustworthiness, relevance and results of published papers so that you can decide if they are believable and useful.

 

11th March 2018

Perception of simulation training in emergencies for dental sedation practitioners

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Background: Andrew Hadfield, Shelagh Thompson, Judith Hall and Cristina Diaz-Navarro - Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Cardiff University, UK
Simulation education is an important part of health care education and training. There is growing evidence to support the usefulness of simulation, especially in training for infrequently occurring situations, such as medical emergencies seen by dental practitioners.

 

 

8th March 2018

CASP: 10 questions to help you make sense of qualitative research

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Background: These checklists were designed to be used as educational pedagogic tools, as part of a workshop setting, therefore we do not suggest a scoring system. The core CASP checklists (randomised controlled trial & systematic review) were based on JAMA 'Users’ guides to the medical literature 1994 (adapted from Guyatt GH, Sackett DL, and Cook DJ), and piloted with health care practitioners.

 

 

9th July 2018

Do You Want to Get Started in Educational Research?

Journal Club 9 July thumbnail.jpgBackground: Journal Article Presentation: Dr Meg Phelps Potter, M. Annette Mercer, A. & Lake, F. (2018) "Interprofessional clinical supervisor training’ The Clinical Teacher 2018; 15: 62–66

Research Presentation: Dr Jennifer Anderson Identification of barriers to student engagement with paediatric patients: an exploration of student and tutor perspectives

To register email: cecilia.keung@health.nsw.gov.au
You can download the event flyer here.

 

20th July 2018

Interaction Design: What is it and what can it do for health?

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Background:What is design? And how is that different to interaction design? This presentation will provide an overview of human-centred approach to the design of interactive products and technologies in the context of healthcare, with examples from research and practice in and out of Westmead.
Research Presentation: Dr Naseem Ahmadpour

 

3rd September 2018

Do You Want to Get Started in Educational Research?

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Background:The Westmead Precinct Education Journal Club is promoting education research by health professionals from all disciplines across the Westmead precinct and associated hospital and community health settings. Our aim is to build an education research community at the Westmead precinct. Participants critically appraise journal articles reporting on education research and share research-in-progress on the Westmead precinct.
Research Presentation: Katherine Schaffarczyk
Journal Article Presentation: Dr Jillian Clarke

 

 

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