Getting Started in Educational Research: Tips for Clinicians and Educators
How do you turn a good idea into a research project – or publication? And what might be a good idea in the first place? Research in health professions education can seem like another world to clinical teachers and educators. This presentation will cover practical tips and strategies for those new to educational research, with examples to help you work up your own project.
Professor Wendy Hu
MBBS (Hons) MHA, PhD, FRACGP
Associate Dean, Learning and Innovation, Professor of Medical Education, Western Sydney University. Honorary Medical Officer, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network (Westmead)
Wendy was Associate Director of Education at SCHN (Westmead), before taking up lead academic roles in the Western Sydney University medical school. She is widely published in qualitative, clinical and educational research, and is an editor for BMC Medical Education and Perspectives on Medical Education. Her interests include faculty development and consumer perspectives on illness and healthcare.
Getting Started in Education Research
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