THE coterie of the country: what are the conditions required of rural health services to foster and sustain staff learning?
PeArLS session style: The presenter and participants are equals who gather to discuss a common problem. The initial “presentation” be minimal (5 mins, 3 slides) and is framed around a challenging question or an issue that the presenter is grappling with.
This PeArLS asked participants who are expert practitioners, researchers and educators to explore their perspectives around how staff learning in rural healthcare settings could be promoted and developed.
Issues/questions for discussion:
What does a learning environment for rural healthcare staff look like?
How does the workplace learning environment shape the educational skills and knowledge of rurally practicing staff?
What are the potential benefits and barriers that are unique to a rural health care organisation and their staff, in fostering a learning environment?
Presented by:ACCESS RECORDING HERE
Ms Keryn Bolte, University of Melbourne
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