Member Networking Past Events
LET'S TALK ABOUT... THRIVING AS A CLINICIAN EDUCATOR
In this month’s Member Networking session, our presenters discuss approaches and strategies that help them thrive as clinician educators. This includes engaging in professional development of teaching skills, keeping up to date with health professions education literature, creating a community of practice, seeking a role model or mentorship, and more!
Chris Nickson is an Intensivist and ECMO specialist at the Alfred ICU in Melbourne.
Yobelli Jimenez is a radiation therapist and completed her PhD in 2018.
Joanne Somerville has a background in Paediatric Intensive Care nursing which progressed to Lecturer in undergraduate nursing
Wonie Uahwatanasakul is a general paediatrician with extensive clinical experience in paediatrics and child health
How do I... BALANCE COMPETING PRIORITIES IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION?
In this months Member Networking session, our presenters talk all things balance! They discuss anything from maintaining boundaries, to how they organise their time, and how they decide when it is time to jump whole-heartedly into one thing or another.
Kwang Cham - balancing research and progression with service and teaching roles
Sobia Zafar - balancing clinical and academic roles
Shane Pritchard - balancing work and family life
Joy Rudland - balancing wider service roles with academic or clinical teaching rolesCLICK HERE TO VIEW
How do I... find time to write: exchanging strategies that work
Do you struggle to find time to write? This ANZAHPE networking event showcases strategies that experienced health professional educators; Dr Svetlana King, Associate Professor Sneha Kirubakaran and Professor Stephen Tobin have used to make time in their busy schedules to write. We then chatted with other health professionals in the break out groups to get more ideas on how you can make small but significant changes to the way you work to be able to achieve outcomes with your writing.CLICK HERE TO VIEW
Starting something new
CAREER ADVICE TO MY YOUNGER SELF
A number of ANZAHPE members discuss learnings from their careers as Health Professional Educators, and provide advice on this knowledge going forward.