Guest Presenter: Dale Sheehan
Meet colleagues in our conversation-based session that will be kick-started by Megan Anakin and Heidi Waldron. Participants will be encouraged to draw on their own experiences to make connections and exchange ideas.
In this session, presenter Dale Sheehan draws on her experience conducting interviews with both undergraduate and new graduate doctors as part of a project to explore the culture of a range of clinical placements seeking to make visible the key features of each placement.
In this study Dale recognises three perspectives on culture and seeks to explore them all in the context of clinical learning environments. Practice perspective, such as "How things are done here!" is the key perspective on culture that Dale considers in this session.
The initial presentation will share some of the responses from this series of interviews which will be chosen to represent the range of responses and the range of ward cultures described.
Questions we will focus on:
1. Do these represent the variety of cultured that you encounter in your clinical placements?
2. What simple things might we do to increase clinical IP engagement ?
3. Are we underestimating the peer support collaborative practice can provide students and first year practitioners and can we harness this?
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.
We anticipate that you will leave with at least one new idea to explore, and widen your network of colleagues with interests in interprofessional education.
This session is FREE to attend and a recording will be available on the AIPPEN page of the ANZAHPE website following the event.
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