Student’s Experience

February 27, 2019 Student’s Experience

Teaching & Learning Activities- International Visiting Lecturer

Prof Ray Peterson
Associate Professor Education and Innovation, University of Adelaide

Prof  Peterson has a BSc(Hons) and DipEd from Flinders University, and PG DipScEd, MAppSc and PhD from Curtin University.  He was the Director of the MBBS Programme and Head of the Discipline of Medical Education at the University of Queensland. As Director of the MBBS Programme, he has overall operational responsibility and quality assurance for the delivery of all four years of the Graduate Medical Programme. Part of his responsibility is to provide ongoing educational review and improvements in the design, delivery and assessment of the programme.  He was also Chair of the MBBS Curriculum Committee and Head of Assessment. 

As Head of Discipline of Medical Education, Prof Peterson is responsible for the scholarship of teaching, learning and assessment, and projects, which lead to better quality outcomes in program delivery.  He has broad-ranging interests in teaching and learning and is supervising Ph.D. students in medical, dental, health and physiotherapy education.

Since 2008, Prof Peterson has been a regular visitor to IMU to work on collaborative projects in research, teaching and program development. 

Teaching and Learning Activities

Plenaries with PGHPE students on Current Updates in Teaching and Learning- Small Group Learning

Research Clinic- Discussion on future research plan and proposals

Teaching & Learning Activities

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Professions Education (1/18)

    • Module 2 - Theories and Methods in Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education
      • Application of Theory to Practice – Critical Review of the Article (Seminar)

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education (1/17)

    • Module 6: Laying the Foundation of research
      • Data Collection Tools in Qualitative research
      • Interpreting Qualitative Data
      • Ethics in Educational Research

 

Professor Cees van der Vleuten
Professor of Education at Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Cees van der Vleuten, PhD, has been at the University of Maastricht in The Netherlands since 1982. In 1996 he was appointed Professor of Education and chair of the Department of Educational Development and Research in the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (until 2014). Since 2005 he has been the Scientific Director of the School of Health Professions Education. This graduate school offers master and PhD degrees in health sciences education to a wide variety of international students. He mentors many researchers in medical education and has supervised more than 80 doctoral graduate students. His primary expertise lies in evaluation and assessment. He has published widely in this domain, holds numerous academic awards, including several career awards. In 2005 he received John P. Hubbard Award for significant contribution to research and development of assessment of medical competence from the National Board of Medical Examiners in the US. In 2010 he received a Dutch royal decoration for the societal impact of his work and in 2012 the Karolinska Prize for Research in Medical Education. He serves frequently as a consultant internationally. He holds honorary academic appointments in the School of Medicine, Flinders University, Adelaide in Australia, Western Sydney University, Sydney in Australia, the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in South-Africa, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, United States of America and the University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, United States.

 

Student Engagement:

Mini Workshop on Programmatic Assessment

Professor Ian Wilson
Director Learning and Teaching, University of Wollongong, Australia

Ian Wilson graduated in medicine from the University of Adelaide and then became a general practitioner. He has practised in the armed services, inner city, rural and suburban practice. During this time Ian became very interested in medical education and spent time with The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) training programs, initially as a medical educator and then as State Director for South Australia. While Ian’s research initially focussed on primary care mental health, his more recent research has focussed on medical education.

His current research interests are student selection and student development. He has had three Australian Research Council (ARC) research grants and a number of other competitive research grants. Ian’s educational interests are in curriculum development, quality assessment and small group teaching.

Teaching and Learning Activities

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Health Professions Education (1/18)
    • Module 4: Work Based Learning in Health Professions Education
      • How to convert teaching opportunities to learning opportunities in the workplace
      • How to be a gatekeeper to student's progression; linking outcomes to assessment
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education (1/18)
    • Module 8b: Leadership and Professionalism in Health Professions Education
      • Understanding System of Education: What to Expect of or for Organization

Professor Richard Hays
Professor of Medical Education - RHMT, University of Tasmania, Australia

Prof Richard Hays was a rural procedural general practitioner in northern Australia before becoming a teacher and education researcher, with a career focus on developing new or change managing established programs and institutional structures in regional and rural communities.  In addition to medical and clinical qualifications, he has a PhD in educational psychology and a higher MD in medical education.  This combination of qualifications has helped him to lead the development or transformation of four medical programs in Australia and the United Kingdom, and to act as a consultant to other developments in Europe, South-East Asia, the Western Pacific region and Canada.  He has contributed to international medical education quality assurance and accreditation processes, through the Australian Medical Council, the General Medical Council, the World Federation of Medical Education and regulators in Malaysia, Hong Kong and China..  Along the way he has been awarded about AUD 3 million in competitive research and development grants and has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers, 50 other journal articles, 17 book chapters and 9 books, primarily on assessment, curriculum design and educational quality assurance, all with a strong rural flavour.  He is the founding editor of the new on-line medical education journal MedEdPublish, a post-publication peer review journal published by the Association for Medical Education in Europe.  He is also a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Association of Medical Education Europe, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Education, and the Association of Medical Educators.

 

Teaching & Learning Activities

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education

Module 8b: Management and Leadership in HPE

Leadership and Management

 

 

Dr Rebecca O'Rourke 
Principal Teaching Fellow at University of Leeds, Unikted Kingdom.

Dr O'Rourke is also the Deputy Programme Lead for Postgraduate Clinical Education Programme. Her area of expertise includes: Academic Writing Pedagogies; Critical Social Theory; Professional Learning in and for the Clinical Workplace; Scholarship of Learning and Teaching; Qualitative Research Methodology. 

Helen Bradbury
Associate Professor, Pharmacy Education and Professional Lead for Pharmacy, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.

Helen works in Healthcare Education for the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Leeds. She also lead on the Regional Preregistration Pharmacist training programme in Yorkshire and the Humber. She has published on reflective practice, e-learning and practical prescribing for medical students. 

 

Teaching And Learning Activities

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education

Module 7: Curriculum Planning & Evaluation

Topic: Constructive Alignment (Plenary & Workshop)

Topic: Evaluation of Curriculum,Quality framework & its importance (Plenary)

 

 

Professor Trudie E. Roberts
Director, Leeds Institute of Medical Education, United Kingdom

Professor Roberts graduated from Manchester with a degree in Medicine and a BSc in Anatomy. In 2000 she was appointed Professor of Medical Education at the University of Leeds. She was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2006. She was a council member of the General Medical Council from 2009 until 2012 and Chair of the Association for the Study of Medical Education until July 2013. In September 2013 she took over as President of the Association for Medical Education in Europe. Professor Roberts's main interests and expertise are in the areas of assessment of competence, professionalism, and transitions.