Archive for Teaching Resources

Criteria for Registration – Leading and Influencing Clinical Supervision

Attention all Health Professionals:

Criteria  for registration to the Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision Workshop:

1)    Profession must be  listed in Appendix I (List of Professions).  See Appendix 1

2)    Registrants must be currently providing clinical supervision in a health setting (public, private, and not-for- profit sectors included).

3)    Must be a clinical supervisor or line manager, providing or interested in providing leadership and influence in clinical supervision.

 

Learning Outcomes – Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision

Workshop Title: Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision (1-Day Advanced Workshop)

Brief description:

This 1-day workshop is most appropriate for clinical supervisors and line managers, in particular those who provide or are interested in providing leadership and influence in clinical supervision.
The workshop seeks to encourage clinical supervisors to show leadership and influence when facilitating learning, conducting summative assessment and to actively address workplace and organisational culture and communication.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the importance of workplace & organisational culture
  • Enhance their skills in facilitating learning
  • Explore summative assessment practices
  • Identify and implement conflict resolution processes

The important aspect the advanced workshop recognises is supervisors can more widely influence the institution in which they work, beyond just the students or colleagues they closely relate to or the Department in which they work. This requires taking concepts already learned and used as a clinical supervisor and finding ways to constructively work with peers and more senior colleagues to influence, inspire and improve. Additionally, the advanced workshop takes understanding the critical nature of summative assessment to a new level.

HWA National Common Health Capability Resource

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Annette Carroll
Contributor Profession: Other

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Other Document
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: HWA National Common Health Capability Resource

Brief description:

This is a great resource for developing standards and competencies. It was created through consultations and reviewing standards and job requirements in medicine, nursing and allied health professions therefore can be easily modified to suit any health profession.

Attachment:  http://tellcentre.net/cop/wp-content/uploads/formidable/NCHCR2013.pdf

Assessing professionalism: theory and practice

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Shaani Graves and Jacqueline Niemann
Contributor Profession: Audiology

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Journal Article
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: Assessing professionalism: theory and practice

Brief description:

Fitness to practise/professional competence is receiving
increasing attention in the medical profession and in
medical education.
There are conceptual and practical limits to the
employment of methods of selecting medical students
which aim to maximize prefessional competence.
Professional judgment is a necessary and legitimate
component of all assessment areas in medicine.
The assessment of professional attitudes and behaviour
requires professional judgment, but is no less objective
than judgments made in traditional made in traditional
academic areas.
Assessing attitudes and bahaviour is best achieved
using a ‘negative’ model, which is analogous to the
assessment of decision-making capacity.

Author(s) (Surname, Initial/s): Parker, M;

Volume/Issue/Page: 28/5/399-403

Year of Publication: 2006

Publisher: Informa Healthcare; Medical Teacher

No model of clinical education for physiotherapy students is superior to another: a systematic review

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Shaani Graves and Jacqueline Niemann
Contributor Profession: Audiology

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Journal Article
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: No model of clinical education for physiotherapy students is superior to another: a systematic review

Brief description:

Which models of undergraduate/entry-level clinical education are being used internationally in allied health disciplines?
What is the effect and, from the perspective of stakeholders, what are the advantages, disadvantages, and recommendations
for successful implementation of different models of undergraduate/entry-level clinical education?

Author(s) (Surname, Initial/s): Lekkas, P; Larsen, T; Kumar, S; Grimmer,K; Nyland, L; Chipchase, L; Jull,G; Buttrum,P; Carr, L; Finch, J;

Volume/Issue/Page: 53/19-28

Year of Publication: 2007

Publisher: Australian Journal of Physiotherapy

Clinical Education and Practice Placements in the Allied Health Professions: An International Perspective

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Shaani Graves and Jacqueline Niemann
Contributor Profession: Audiology

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Journal Article
This resource is relevant to: Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy , Speech Pathology

Teaching Resource Title: Clinical Education and Practice Placements in the Allied Health Professions: An International Perspective

Brief description:

This report describes the outcomes of extensive discussions surrounding clinical education and practice placement issues undertaken by an international group of allied health educators (in audiology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech pathology).

Author(s) (Surname, Initial/s): Rodger,S; Webb,G; Devitt,L; Gilbert,J; Wrightson,P; McMeeken, J;

Volume/Issue/Page: 37/1/53

Year of Publication: 2008

Publisher: Journal of Allied Health

Educators and students prefer traditional clinical education to peer-assisted learning model, despite similar student performance outcomes: a randomised trial

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Emily Peelgrane
Contributor Profession: Occupational Therapy

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Journal Article
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: Educators and students prefer traditional clinical education to peeer-assisted learning model, despite similar student performance outcomes: a randomised trial

Brief description:

Investigation of an increased student to supervisor ratio placement which also explores clinical education outcomes. The study indicated that the increased student to supervisor ratio decreased reliance on clinical educator due to peer mentoring and was thus less burdensome for the supervisor/clinical educator. However satisfaction for the clinical educator/supervisor was less due to potentially reliance on traditional forms of clinical education. The study indicated that more flexible peer assisted learning strategies may need to be implemented to increase user satisfaction.

Author(s) (Surname, Initial/s): Sevenhuysen, S. Skinner, EH, Farlie, MK. Raitman, L. Nickson, W. Keating, JL. Maloney, S. Molloy, E. Haines, T.P.

Volume/Issue/Page: 88

Year of Publication: 2014

Publisher: Journal of Physiotherapy

lifeinthefastlane.com

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Ruth Hew
Contributor Profession: Medicine

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Website
This resource is relevant to: Medicine

Teaching Resource Title: lifeinthefastlane.com

Brief description:

good library of ECG and Emergency Medicine clinical scenarios as a resources of case and problem based discussions

Website: http://lifeinthefastlane.com

Learning from the patient experience

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Rosalyn Stanton
Contributor Profession: Physiotherapy

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Website
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: Learning from the patient experience

Brief description:

An article in the New York Times from the perspective of a patient interacting with health professional students. I use this as a recource for my students and supervisors to read to increase their perpective from the point of view of the patient.

Website: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/01/health/views/01cases.html?_r=0

Emotional Intelligence Inventory

Contributor Details

Contributor Name: Margaret Potter
Contributor Profession: Other

Teaching Resource Information

Resource Type: Other Document
This resource is relevant to: Any health profession

Teaching Resource Title: Emotional Intelligence Inventory

Brief description:

The purpose of this survey is to promote your thinking about your emotions and behaviours. It was adapted from an instrument designed by Emily Sterrett (PhD), in The Manager’s Pocket Guide to Emotional Intelligence (2000).

Attachment:  http://tellcentre.net/cop/wp-content/uploads/formidable/EI-Inventory.pdf