Educational research seminars

The MCSHE Seminar Series provides a platform for sharing innovative health professions education research. Seminars are held monthly, local and international educational researchers are invited to share their scholarly work. This series includes webinars, micro-conference events (in collaboration with the University of Sydney and Flinders University) and methodological workshops. Through these seminars and workshops our aim is to improve the scholarship of health professions educational research in the Monash University FMNHS community. Throughout 2021 we will be providing access to these events by ZOOM video-conferencing .


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Dates for 2022 to be advised

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Recordings of previous MCSHE Seminars 2021


Health Education Research Micro-Conferences

A series of education research micro-conferences via Zoom presented to you in collaboration with Waranara (The University of Sydney's healthcare professions education research network) and Prideaux (Flinders University research and development discipline in health professions education)

Program of events 2022: 

CURRICULUM & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Wednesday 25th May 1-2pm AEST

  • Cheryl Swinton – Cultural Awareness Sessions
  • Carol Pizzuti – Using electronic health data to inform Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for medical practitioners: a scoping review with a consultation exercise with international experts
  • Yobelli Jimenez & Laura Di Michele – Learning to apply ethics in professional practice
  • Conor Gilligan – Health Professional Education as a two-year medical student elective

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COMPETENCY BASED HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

Wednesday 27th July 1pm-2pm AEST

  • Renee Chuang – Perceived value of formative feedback in competency-based medical education: a Q-methodology study among emergency medicine residents
  • Chia-Yu Hu –  Responding to Change in Medical Student Rural Community Service: Activity Theory Insights
  • Nara Jones – A comparison of approaches to teaching clinical skills
  • Carmen Abeyaratne – Development and validation of Entrustable Professional Activities for intern pharmacists in Australia
  • Yu-Che Chang – Bridging the gap: Using Consensus to explore teaching and learning in competency-based emergency medicine residency program through the construction of a Q-sample incorporating a Delphi Technique

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PROFESSIONALISM & PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY

Thursday 8th September 1-2pm AEST

  • Chanika Ilangakoon – The relationship between feedback and evaluative judgement in undergraduate nursing and midwifery education: an integrative review
  • Patrick Ireland – A Comparison between Medical Curricula in Developing Self-reported Professional Identities: A Mixed-Methods Study
  • Miriam Grotowski – Navigating Professionalism integration into a revised Medical Degree
  • Ruyi Tong – Exploring interprofessional identity development in students and its impact on practice as professionals

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TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING & LEARNING

Wednesday 26th October 1-2pm AEDT

  • Md Nazmul Karim – Impact of COVID-19 on student performance and satisfaction in a carousel based online postgraduate public health degree program
  • Smitha Sukumar – Digital Clinical Assessments Platform
  • Janani Thillainadesan – Let’s talk about microlearning in medical education
  • Rachael Unicomb & Joanne Walters – Use of VR to teach a specific clinical skill in speech pathology

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Recordings of previous Micro-Conferences 2021