Dr Charlotte Denniston is a Lecturer of Medical Education in the Department of Medical Education, Melbourne Medical School.
Charlotte holds a Bachelor Physiotherapy (Hons) Degree (2008) and PhD in health professions education (2018) from Monash University.
Charlotte’s PhD and subsequent research and scholarship has focused on aspects of professional practice such as healthcare communication and professionalism as well as learning in the workplace.
Through her teaching and learning work at the University of Melbourne, Monash University, and her previous role as Education Advisor at the College of Intensive Care Medicine, Charlotte has been involved in the professional development of clinical supervisors across the continuum of health professions education (HPE). Charlotte also has an interest in exploring the patient’s voice in HPE.
Charlotte applied for AFANZAHPE to engage with the supportive mentorship culture provided by the Fellowship scheme, and to build a stronger connection with members of the HPE community across Australia and New Zealand.