The TELL Centre provides education programs for all health professionals that support them in their workplace based clinical teaching roles. Our award winning Teaching on the Run program offers the option of either (a) an innovative blended learning approach that combines face-to-face workshops with eLearning materials; or (b) a standard approach involving ½ day face-to-face workshops.
Both options are connected to an online community of practice and a range of professional support materials. Regardless of your profession or level of experience, our focus is on helping you improve your clinical education skills. This has benefits for you and your learners in terms of building confidence, competence and enjoyment with the flow on effect being good clinical outcomes and high levels of patient satisfaction.
TELL Centre also provides inter professional Clinical Supervision Workshops (Introductory, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced).
Led by directors Winthrop Professor Fiona Lake, a respiratory physician who is the Eric Saint Professor of Medicine at the University of Western Australia, and Dr Margaret Potter, an education consultant and physiotherapist, the TELL Centre is staffed by a small team consisting of administrative, research and online/eLearning staff.