Annual Learning and Teaching Forum

Held once a year this forum aims to bring together the many teachers and educationists within the faculty for a networking occasion, and also to give everyone the chance to air their work, papers in progress and discuss problematic teaching topics.

Next forum

Wednesday 6 December 2017

9am to 2pm, LG02 Wallace Wurth Building Campus map ref C27

Lunch at 1pm following on from presentation of UNSW Medicine annual Learning & Teaching Awards


    Presentations

    Click on the forum dates below to view the current and past presentations

     

    • Blending Project and the Inspired Learning Initiative - Where to from here?
      Recording|
      Gary Velan
    • Innovative Online Simulated Patient Interaction and Assessment (OSPIA) Platform improves medical student communication skills
      Abstract | Recording |
      Silas Taylor1, Chunfeng Liu2, Renee Lim2, Rafael Calvo2
      Office of Medical Education1, University of Sydney2
    • Seeing the Wood and the Trees
      Abstract | Recording |
      Andrew Blance & Emily Karanges.
      Centre for Big Data Research in Health
    • Student engagement in the personalised Medicine MOOC: Does the learning platform matter?
      Abstract | Recording |
      Sheri Nixdorf1, Orin Chisholm2, Lincoln Gomes3 & Caroline Ford1
      1School of Women’s and Children’s Health; 2School of Medical Sciences; 3Learning and Teaching Unit
    • Promoting community and increasing engagement: a case study of using peer-review in an external course
      Abstract | Recording|
      Katie Harris1,2, Andrew Lovell-Simons1, Christos Venetis1 & Andrew Blance2
      1 School of Women’s and Children’s Health; 2 Centre for Big Data Research in Health
    • Volume and osmolality of body fluid compartments in humans – A Smart Sparrow adaptive tutorial
      Abstract | Recording |
      Karen Gibson & Richard Vickery
      School of Medical Sciences
    • If you build it, they will come… A blended learning model for large group teaching
      Abstract | Presentation | Recording
      Cristan Herbert, Rakesh Kumar & Gary Velan
      School of Medical Sciences
    • Supporting independent learning with eBooks
      Abstract | Recording |
      Mark Hill
      School of Medical Sciences
    • Becoming an evidence-based doctor: Learning troublesome concepts/skills online
      Abstract | Recording |
      Rachel Thompson1, Barbara-Ann Adelstein2 & Suzanne Mobbs1
      1Office of Medical Education, 2Prince of Wales Clinical School
    • A comprehensive ePortfolio learning approach enhances student professional and career development learning
      Abstract | Recording |
      Jia Lin Yang
      Prince of Wales Clinical School
    • Promoting work integrated learning opportunities to postgraduate students
      Abstract | Recording |
      Holly Seale, Lois Meyer, Padmanesan Narasimhan & David Muscatello
      School of Public Health and Community Medicine
    • The Teamwork Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (T-MEX): Global impact and future directions
      Abstract | Recording |
      Asela Olupeliyawa1, Chinthaka Balasooriya2, Anthony O’Sullivan3 & Chris Hughes4
      1Colombo University; 2School of Public Health & Community Medicine; 3Office of Medical Education; 4Previously with Office of Medical Education.
    • PlayMed – Bridging the gap between student and doctor with serious game
      Abstract | Recording |
      Michael Coffey & Keith Ooi
      School of Women and Children’s Health