Menu
Log in

Log in









  • 25 Aug 2023 10:46 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our newest Associate Fellow, Narelle Dalwood!

    Narelle Dalwood is a physiotherapist, senior lecturer, researcher and Neurology team lead in the physiotherapy department at Monash University. Narelle has combined her educator and clinician roles for many years and strongly believes that excellence in patient care relies on excellent training of our ‘future colleagues’, otherwise known as students! Her key focus is on assisting students to successfully manage the challenging transition from the academic to the clinical environment. To this end she has developed and co-ordinates a peer simulation program which runs in nine units throughout the two physiotherapy courses at Monash University.

    Narelle is committed to establishing and providing the best available evidence to support the use of peer simulation as an innovative, sustainable educational approach. She recently published a systematic review investigating peer simulation in health care professional education in the journal Medical Education. She is currently investigating culturally and linguistically diverse students’ perceptions of peer simulation and has also compared online and face to face delivery of the program. In recognition of the success and impact of the peer simulation program she was awarded the Monash University Vice-Chancellor’s citation for outstanding contribution to student learning in 2018. She is also a member of a small national team of content experts that work for the Australian Physiotherapy Council, Exam Writing Panel. In addition, Narelle is a reviewer for a number of international journals, including FoHPE.

    ‘I have been a member of ANZAHPE since 2018 and really enjoy the supportive, collaborative and collegiate atmosphere that permeates the organisation and its events. Being a member is a wonderful way to stay connected with colleagues, engage in professional development, and work with a community of practice committed to excellence and scholarship in health professional education. As an Associate Fellow I look forward to the opportunity to contribute to the work of this invaluable organisation’.


  • 11 Aug 2023 12:05 PM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our newest Associate Fellow, Dr Samantha Sevenhuysen!

    Dr Samantha Sevenhuysen is a Physiotherapist by background with over 15 years’ experience as a clinician and clinical educator, and over 10 years’ experience in healthcare leadership roles. Her education and research interests include peer assisted learning and preparation of students and clinicians for clinical placements. Sam completed her PhD with Monash University in 2017, investigating the impact of peer assisted learning on clinical placement provision. Sam also has a background in health services management and is currently the Director of Education and Training at Peninsula Health.

    Her particular interests in public health services research include clinical placement models, translational research and advancing scope of practice. As such Sam’s own research has focussed on the translation of evidence to practice and implementation of alternative education models in the clinical setting.

    "I decided to apply for the Associate Fellowship program as a demonstration of my commitment to promoting scholarship in health professional education and ongoing collaboration within the ANZAHPE community."


  • 26 Jul 2023 8:34 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Meet our Member, Indra Neil Choudhury.

    Indra is a Lecturer in Medicine, Preclinical coordinator & Basic science stream lead in the School of Rural Medicine at Charles Sturt University, Orange campus.

    He is a MBBS (KU) - 2008, MSc in Orthopaedics & Rehab. Technology (UoD) - 2013, Masters in Medical Science & Technology (MMST) (IIT Kharagpur) - 2018 and a PhD from Griffith University in 2023.

    Indra's PhD research topic was on Enhancing the therapeutic potential of Olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) in Spinal Cord Injury repair, at the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research at Griffith University.

    He has clinical experience from working in various hospitals, as a House officer in Medicine, Junior Resident in Surgery and a Senior Resident in Orthopaedics.

    He is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA), member of ACRRM (Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine), ANS (Australasian Neuroscience Society) and a new member of ANZAHPE.

    "I joined ANZAHPE to network with a group of like-minded peers and experience the professional development opportunities that ANZAHPE offers on a monthly basis."


  • 25 Jul 2023 3:00 PM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Congratulations to Michael Mullen for receiving the 2023 ANZAHPE Pre-Registration student award sponsored by the Australian Medicines Handbook!

    Michael Mullen (University of Queensland)

    Project title: 'Coping Self-Efficacy, Social Support, and Self-Stigma of Help Seeking Inhibition Among Male and Female Medical Students'

    "As an international student at the University of Queensland, I first became interested in medical student well-being and education through my interactions with the diverse cohort of students at UQ. This led me to question how our individual experiences all led us to a shared profession and university. Along this journey I have found that while medical students are very similar in many regards, there are distinct differences in the ways in which we receive support.

    I applied for the ANZAHPE Pre-Registration Student Award because I hoped that in receiving this award, I would be able to highlight our findings at the University of Queensland to a larger community of educators that could inspire others to help in continuing our work. After receiving this award, I am excited to continue working towards better understanding the factors that influence medical student well-being and hope that this award may be a segue to future collaboration and funding with the individuals I met at the ANZAHPE conference."


  • 25 Jul 2023 11:47 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Meet one of our newest members, Dr. Marianne Coleman

    Marianne is an Orthoptist at the University of Melbourne (Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences) and Australian College of Optometry (National Vision Research Institute).

    "I am from the UK and started providing clinical skills training to optometrists and orthoptists in 2011, about assessing the ability to use the eyes together as a pair (binocular vision). I completed a Postgraduate certificate in supporting student learning and student engagement in 2015. I love doing interdisciplinary research and here in Melbourne I have had the opportunity to collaborate with social work, audiology and speech pathology, physiotherapy and nursing in my work.

    Melbourne School of Health Sciences has a strong focus on interprofessional education and our Director of Education Research is an Optometrist and fellow ANZAHPE member! Thank you, Kwang, for introducing me to ANZAHPE – I felt so warmly welcomed by everyone at the 50th anniversary conference, joined AIPPEN, and had a lovely time presenting our collaborative IPE work with Hokkaido University’s Graduate School of Health Sciences."


  • 25 Jul 2023 11:43 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Meet one of our newest members, Professor Heather Malcolm

    Heather is a Sports Physiotherapist with over 30 years clinical experience, and is now the Course Coordinator of Physiotherapy at Charles Darwin University (CDU). Heather completed in 1985 a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio) in SA and a Master of Sports Physio in Sydney in 2000. She moved to Darwin, NT in the early 1990’s where her experience included providing physiotherapy services to the locally based defence forces, owning a small private practice and being the Senior Sport Physiotherapist at a large Sports Medicine clinic. Her teaching experience includes some casual tutoring, teaching for SMA Level 1 and 2 sports trainer courses and in NTG Transition to Remote Practice training. As one of the Australian Physiotherapy Council’s longest-standing Accreditation Panel Assessors, Heather brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and a growth mindset as she makes her contribution to the Council’s work of accrediting university physiotherapy programs.

    Physiotherapy at CDU is a new course so Heather is working on developing curriculum, engagement with clinical placement sites and looking at possibilities for use of simulation and interprofessional education in the Allied Health suite of courses at CDU. Heather spent 10 years working in the NT Health, initially in  clinical quality and patient safety before taking on the Chief Alllied Health Officer role for 4 years. As an advocate and clinical champion for telehealth, and with a growing interest in digital health transformation, Heather was the Program Sponsor for the NT Health Virtual Care Strategy between 2020 to 2022.

    “I have joined ANZAHPE on the encouragement of a highly respected physiotherapy colleague who is a very experienced tertiary educator. I am looking forward to the development opportunities and support being as member provides. “


  • 20 Jul 2023 12:08 PM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Meet one of our newest members, Dr Bao Nguyen.

    Dr Bao Nguyen is an optometrist, lecturer and research fellow at The University of Melbourne. She holds a Bachelor of Optometry (2008), PhD (2014) and Graduate Certificate in Adolescent Health and Wellbeing (2021). Her research expertise is in the human eye and the brain, spanning healthy development and ageing, neurodegeneration and neurological disorders. Dr Nguyen is a passionate advocate for optometry education for entry-to-practice students and for continuing professional development, previously serving on the Education Committee and as an Education Consultant for Optometry Australia, the peak national professional organisation for optometrists in Australia. She has undertaken Interprofessional Education Facilitator Training for optometry educators through the Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education in the UK (2020).

    Bao's work has advanced the scope of optometry by prompting rapid behaviour change (within 6 weeks of intervention) through educating optometrists regarding neurological screening in the primary eyecare setting (high Altmetrics attention score of 86th percentile compared to outputs of the same age). Other recent advances in education for eyecare professionals include a novel online feedback and evaluation program for improving interpersonal skills for optometry students, and an online "dementia-friendly eyecare" for optometrists. She is the first optometrist to be awarded the BioMedVic Early Career Clinician Researcher Award (2017) and contributes to the international scientific community by peer reviewing for  17 journals, including  FoHPE .

    "I joined ANZAHPE after having FOMO seeing my colleagues in optometry at the ANZAHPE conference; it looks like such a friendly and inclusive community. As an ANZAHPE member, I want to contribute to health professional scholarship to ensure that diversity, inclusion, the "patient voice" and patient-centred care are at the heart of what we do. I have undertaken many volunteer community engagement activities especially to promote diversity and inclusion, including acting as a community spokesperson for Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA), “ChatFest” facilitator for supporting English language skills in health science students, tutor for Vietnamese speaking children and adolescents at Western Region Outreach Service, consumer consultant for the Women’s Health Research, Translation and Impact Network and the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System, consumer advisory group member for the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation, and community representative for people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds."


  • 19 Jul 2023 9:02 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Meet one of our newest members, Dr Patricia Taylor.

    Patricia is a Lecturer at Deakin University and is Co-Course Director of the Bachelor of Public Health/Health Promotion. She has undergraduate qualifications in health promotion and postgraduate qualifications in public health and settings-based health promotion (PhD 2020). Patricia has been a researcher and teacher in the tertiary sector for 11 years. She leads the Australian Health Promoting University Network and is the Australian representative on the International Health Promoting Campuses Steering Committee.

    Patricia chairs the undergraduate and postgraduate health practicums where students undertake a work integrated learning (WIL) placement in the health field. She also chaired for many years a first-year core health unit with over 2000 students annually and as part of this role managed large teaching teams (>20). She has a passion for health promotion education and providing settings where university communities can thrive.

    Patricia was part of the leadership team that implemented the Victorian Smoke-Free University initiative that won the Victorian Health Promotion Award in 2014 as well as the Deakin University Vice-Chancellor Award in 2015.

    Patricia was the Policy Leader for the Public Health Association of Australia (Victorian branch) for 2 years (2018-2019), has presented her research internationally and published in both the International and Australian Health Promotion Journal of Australia.

    "I am excited to be part of the membership to build my network and collaborate with like-minded health promotion educators."


  • 18 Jul 2023 10:14 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Congratulations to Jia Wang on receiving the 2023 ANZAHPE Clinical Education Award supported by Professor Richard Hays!

    Jia Wang (Institute of Mental Health Singapore)

    Project title: 'Perceptions of the newly recruited nurses working in a Singapore mental health hospital on the role of a Standardized Patient in a psychiatric emergency training programme: a qualitative approach'

    "I am privileged to be awarded the prestigious ANZAHPE Award for Clinical Education, it is indeed an encouragement to my team and me who are firm believers of evidence-based practice and have been diligently conducting research over the years. This Award motivates my team to continue pursuing educational research in the clinical settings and ultimately improve clinical care to our patients.

    The experience of attending my first ANZAHPE Conference in Gold Coast was indeed amazing and fruitful. I have met many friendly and outstanding like-minded educators at the Conference and have had a fascinating learning journey. Moreover, the engagement with Jo, Scott, Kendall, Jill and many other enthusiastic ANZAHPE members has made me feel welcomed and honoured." - Jia Wang


  • 11 Jul 2023 9:53 AM | Kendall Marriott (Administrator)

    Congratulations to William MacAskill on receiving the 2023 ANZAHPE Early Career Award sponsored by AMH!

    Dr William MacAskill (Griffith University and Rural Medical Education Australia)

    Project title:  'Creative reflective learning approaches and medical students’ personal growth, interpersonal relationships, and sense of belonging: A systematic review and qualitative synthesis'

    "This year I received the ANZAHPE Early Career Award for my work in using creative reflective learning approaches in medical education (w.macaskill@ruralmeded.org.au if you're interested!). I could not have achieved this outcome without the hard work and support of my co-authors Dr Weng Joe Chua, Thedini Pinidiyapathirage, and Dr Hannah Woodall, and the support of my colleagues at Rural Medical Education Australia.

    As a newcomer to the field I felt that applying for this award could give me an opportunity to showcase my work to a broad variety of health professional educators and extend the impact of my research. Receiving the award was a genuine surprise and a great honour. It provided a wonderful opportunity to showcase my work and to develop new relationships with others health professional educators. The ANZAHPE staff and membership were very supportive and genuinely interested in not just my own work, but all the fantastic research on display at the ANZAHPE Conference. The entire experience was more collegial, supportive, and fun than I could have imagined. The platform provided a great opportunity to share my research and after my presentation I had many conversations with interested people – giving me hope that my research may positively impact education practice.

    If you get the opportunity to apply for an ANZAHPE award you should definitely go for it. Health students and professional educators should definitely attend the conferences too! They are a fantastic opportunity to network, learn, and stay up to date with evidence based practice."

    - Dr William MacAskill: Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Rural Medical Education Australia; Lecturer, Griffith University


What's new at ANZAHPE?

Here you will find the latest news and information from ANZAHPE.

Keeping you up to date with ANZAHPE Events, News and Articles on best practice .

Simply click on the news item below and follow the online prompts.


BECOME A MEMBER

Ready to join and amazing community of health professional educators? We make the process simple and easy.

Click on the links and follow the prompts for our online application process.

JOIN NOW

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES
& BENEFITS

Need more information on the categories and benefits available?
Click on the links to find more about which category is best suited to your needs.

You'll find out all about the benefits and pricing here too.

FIND OUT MORE

CONTACT US

Address:
ANZAHPE
P O Box 852,
Renmark, SA  5341  Australia
Telephone: +61 478 313 123
ANZAHPE Executive Officer: executive@anzahpe.org
ANZAHPE Administration: anzahpeoffice@flinders.edu.au

President: A/Prof Jo Bishop
Contact: jbishop@bond.edu.au

© 2019 ANZAHPE | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Website & System Design : Advance Association Management Pty Ltd


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software