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Are you an educator and interested in getting involved in Educational Research and not sure where to start? This series of workshops is designed as an introduction to educational research, guiding you through the process to help you get started.

Workshop series 2019
All sessions held Thursdays 12pm—1pm

Date Session Title
Venue
Recommended Reading Session Resources
13 June Overview of educational research with examples WH: WECC Level 2, Seminar Room 6 Pre-reading:
The research compass’: an introduction to research in medical education: AMEE guide no. 56 

Recommended reading:
Cleland JA, Durning SJ, Driessen E. Medical education research: aligning design and research goals. The Medical journal of Australia. 2018; 208(11):473-5. 
The impact on nursing students' opinions and motivation of using a “Nursing Escape Room” as a teaching game: A descriptive study

Gleeson, C. Education beyond competencies: a participative approach to professional development. Medical Education 2010 (44): 404-411

Factors associated with nursing students’ medication competence at the beginning and end of their education  

Medical education of attention: A qualitative study of learning to listen to sound
11 July Literature review – leading to research gap WH: WECC Level 2,
Seminar Room 6
Pre-reading:
Mattick K, Johnston J, de la Croix A. How to…write a good research question. The Clinical Teacher. 2018;15(2):104-8.

Recommended reading:
Lingard L. Joining a conversation: the problem/gap/hook heuristic. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2015;4(5):252-3.

Lingard L. Writing an effective literature review I: Mapping the gap. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2018;7(2):133-5.

Lingard L. Writing an effective literature review II: Citation technique. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2018;7(2):133-5.

8 August Theoretical frameworks, formulating a question & writing a proposal WH: WECC Level 2, Lecture Theatre 3

 Pre-reading:

Jenny Johnston 1, Deirdre Bennett 2 and Anu Kajamaa 3: How to... get started with theory in education. 2018


12 September Ethics & Governance WH: WECC Level 1, Case Study room  
10 October Research methodology 1: Qualitative & action research WH: WECC Level 1, Case Study room  
7 November Research methodology 2: Quantitative & mixed methods WH: WECC Level 2, Seminar Room 6  
5 December Writing for publication WH: WECC Level 1, Case Study room

Facilitated by Dr Karen Scott (USYD), Monica Hughes (Westmead Education Hub) & Dr Jennifer Davids (Research & Education Network)
For further information contact: Cecilia Keung Cecilia.Keung@health.nsw.gov.au

 

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