Learning and Teaching Publications
Chisholm, O. (2017) Program transformation: reimagining distance education in the digital world. Research and Development in Higher Education: Curriculum Transformation, vol. 40, pp. 61 - 72.
Chong, L., Taylor, S., Haywood, M., Adelstein, B.A., Shulruf, B. (2017) The sights and insights of examiners in objective structured clinical examinations. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions, vol. 14, pp. 34.
Chunming, W.M., Harrison, R., MacIntyre, R., Travaglia, J., and Balasooriya, C. (2017) Burnout in medical students: A systematic review of experiences in Chinese medical schools. BMC Medical Education, vol. 17.
Delaney, S.K., Mills, J., Galea, A., LeBard, R., Wilson, J., Gibson, K.J., Kornfeld, G. and Ashraf, B. (2017) Analysis of Alternative Strategies for the Teaching of Difficult Threshold Concepts in Large Undergraduate Medicine and Science Classes. Medical Science Educator, 27(4), pp.673-684.
Dyson, B., Cowan, J., Gordon, B., D., Powell., and Shulruf, B. (in press). Physical education in aotearoa/new zealand primary schools: Teachers’ perceptions and policy implications. European Physical Education Review.
Eggleton, K., Goodyear-Smith, F., Henning, M., Jones, R., and Shulruf, B. (2017). A psychometric evaluation of the university of auckland general practice report of educational environment: Uagree. Education for Primary Care, 28(2), 86-93.
Herbert, C., Velan, G.M., Pryor, W.M., and Kumar, R.K. (2017) A model for the use of blended learning in large group teaching sessions. BMC Medical Education, vol. 17.
Pawar, S., Jacques, T., Deshpande, K., Pusapati, R., and Meguerdichian, M. (2017) ‘Evaluation of Cognitive & Emotional State during multi-disciplinary clinical simulation sessions (CASE-Sim)’. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 4, 87-91.
Shih, P., Velan, G., & Shulruf, B. (2017). Shared values and socio-cultural norms: E-learning technologies from a social practice perspective Issues in Educational Research, 27(3), 550-566.
Shulruf, B., Booth, R., Baker, H., Bagg, W., & Barrow, M. (2017). Using the objective borderline method (obm) to support board of examiners’ decisions in a medical programme. Journal of Further and Higher Education 41(3), 425-434. doi: 10.1080/0309877X.2015.1117603
Wu, K., Liu, C., Taylor, S., Atkins, P. W. B., & Calvo, R. A. (2017). Automatic mimicry detection in medical consultations. IEEE Life Sciences Conference Proceedings, pp. 55-58. Doi: 10.1109/LSC.2017.8268142
Chisholm O.T. (2017) Authorisation procedures for pharmaceutical products', in Jones P (ed.), Fundamentals of international regulatory affairs, edn. 3, RAPS, MD, USA, pp. 69 - 80
Ho, V., and Velan, G.M. (2017) UNSW Knowledge Maps: An Online Tool For Knowledge Mapping With Automated Feedback', in Gómez Chova L; López Martínez A; Candel Torres I (eds.), EDULEARN17 Proceedings, IATED, Barcelona, Spain, pp. 7660 - 7667, presented at 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 03 - 05 July 2017
Taylor, S. Lim, R. & Liu, C. (2017). OSPIA: Innovative Online Simulation-Based Communication Skills Training For Healthcare Students. Poster presented at the annual International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, Florida, USA.
Taylor, S. Lim, R. Liu, C. & Calvo, R. (2017). EQClinic: Using technology to teach complex communication skills including non-verbal behaviours. Conference presentation HERDSA 2017, Sydney, Australia.
Taylor, S. Lim, R. Liu, C. & Calvo, R. (2017). The OSPIA communication skills learning platform improves healthcare student communication skills. Poster presented at the annual International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, Florida, USA.
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