Assessment of student learning outcomes in interprofessional education: What does the evidence tell us?
Facilitator: Associate Professor Margo Brewer
Margo will be joined by interprofessional education leaders from Australian and New Zealand to explore this important topic. Evidence from research and practice will be shared with participants in this highly interactive webinar aimed at advancing our understanding of how to best assess students’ achievement of interprofessional learning outcomes.
Associate Professor Margo Brewer is the Director of Strategic Projects in the School of Allied Health at Curtin University. Trained as a speech pathologist, Margo has held several leadership roles including 10 years as the Director of Interprofessional Education in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin. She is an international expert in interprofesssional education, has led multiple national teaching grants, and has over 40 peer reviewed publications including the HERDSA guide Embedding interprofessional education in the curriculum (Brewer & Flavell, 2020). Margo is currently the chair on the Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network and the interprofessional education lead for the ANZAHPE Committee of Management.
Lyn Gum is a senior lecturer who has taught across the health professions. Her PhD explored interprofessional education and collaborative practice in the rural environment in Australia.
Caterina Tannous has been involved in interprofessional education curriculum for 13 years at Western Sydney University. Her PhD focussed on evaluating IPE curriculum and its impact on professional identity.
Megan Anakin is an education researcher at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand who is curious about how pre-registration students and early-career practitioners develop interprofessional practice.
Kerry Hood is the interprofessional education lead for Federation University. Her PhD investigated the outcomes of interprofessional learning in the clinical setting as preparation for collaborative practice.
Dale Sheehan is an educator and researcher in interprofessional education, predominately with new graduates, creating opportunities to harness clinical learning opportunities. She has trained clinical educators on interprofessional education at the postgraduate level.
Krista Reed is a rural health and education researcher at Western Sydney University. Krista’s research focus is on improving collaborative healthcare models through interprofessional education.
This recording will be made available for all registrants.
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