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Monash Medicine Curriculum Conference 2018

Monday 28 May 2018

About the conference

The Monash Medicine Curriculum Conference (MMCC) aims to provide an annual forum for key Monash Medicine stakeholders to get together to share curriculum successes and consider the ongoing quality enhancement of the curriculum.

Through the MMCC, we will together: (a) develop a better understanding of how the different parts of the curriculum fit together (i.e. horizontal and vertical integration); (b) share best practice across the curriculum; (c) discuss curriculum challenges in order to develop solutions; (d) build relationships with other curriculum stakeholders to enhance curriculum integration; and (e) develop educational capabilities through faculty development.

The MMCC is an annual forum for key distributed stakeholders in the Monash Medicine Curriculum including educational leaders, clinical and non-clinical educators, Monash graduates, Monash medical students, professional staff and patients. Included will be stakeholders from across the various and distributed sites, both University-based and clinical schools, in Clayton, Rural Victoria and Malaysia. We expect somewhere in the region of 200 attendees each year.

We look forward to seeing you at the MMCC on 28 May 2018.

Conference themes

  • Workplace-Based Assessment
  • Interprofessional Education
  • Educational Technology
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Indigenous Health Education
  • Student Involvement in Education
  • Patient Involvement in Education
  • Evaluation & Education Research

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Keynote Speakers

Title: Workplace-based assessment – where’s the value?

Professor Dragan Ilic

Professor Dragan Ilic is the Director of Teaching & Learning, and the Head of the Medical Education Research and Quality (MERQ) unit at the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. Prof Ilic is a member of the executive council for the Society for Cost and Value in Health Professions Education (SCVHPE). He is an editor with Cochrane Urology and member of the curriculum committee for the International Society for Evidence-Based Health Care (ISEHC). Dragan has a keen interest in public health and medical/health professions educational research.


Title: Interprofessional assessment: enhancing learning for collaboration

Professor Jill Thistlethwaite

Jill Thistlethwaite is a medical adviser at NPS MedicineWise, a health professional education consultant and a general practitioner based in Sydney.  She is an adjunct professor at UTS and an honorary professor in the School of Education at UQ.  Jill is editor-in-chief of The Clinical Teacher and an associate editor of the Journal of Interprofessional Care.  She has been interested in interprofessional education and collaborative practice for over twenty years and has written extensively on the topic (books, chapters and papers).

Conference videos

Plenary 1 recording

Workplace-based assessment – Where’s the value?

Plenary 2 recording

Interprofessional assessment: enhancing learning for collaboration

Conference details

  • Key dates for your diary

    Short paper and poster abstract submission open
    26th March 2018

    Short paper and poster abstract submission deadline
    16th April 2018

    Results of abstract selection sent to presenters
    30th April 2018

    Conference registration deadline
    14th May 2018

    Conference
    28th May 2018

  • Venue and accommodation

    Venue
    Learning and Teaching Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton, Vic 3168
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    Accommodation
    Mannix College, 22a Wellington Rd, Clayton, Vic, 3168
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    Please email enquiries.mannix@monash.edu for bookings.

    Parking
    Parking at Monash University can be done either with a parking permit or using the visitor car park with charges applying.

  • Contact us

    For any enquiries about the conference please contact Kathleen or Katrina.

    Kathleen Corcoran
    Phone: (03) 9905 8617
    Email: Kathleen.corcoran@monash.edu

    Katrina Hill
    Phone: (03) 9905 0240
    Email: Katrina.hill@monash.edu