CMHSE research seminar series flyers

2019

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March
‘Assessment of Professionalism" by Professor Tim Wilkinson - Director of the MBChB programme and Professor in Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand. (477.0 kB, PDF)
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April
'A new way to understand safety and resilience in healthcare - Hollnagel's Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM)' - Associate Professor Craig Webster - Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand. 'Safety and the deteriorating surgical patient' - Dr Dianne Marshall - Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, the University of Auckland, New Zealand (311.1 kB, PDF)
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May
'"Thinking-Aloud' methodology to explain radiographer decision making' - Mrs Rhonda-Joy Sweeney - Professional Teaching Fellow, Anatomy and Medical Imaging, the University of Auckland, New Zealand 'Hong Kong and New Zealand medical student in their first year of medical study: Motivation strategies, quality of life and competitiveness comparisons" - Associate Professor Marcus Henning - Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand (130.0 kB, PDF)
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June
'Primum non nocere: Embedding compassion (rather than empathy) in clinical training' - Dr Nathan Consedine, Professor, Psychological Medicine, the University of Auckland, New Zealand (78.0 kB, PDF)
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July
'Evaluating patient satisfaction and outcomes in student-led teaching clinics' - Dr Rajshri Roy - Lecturer, Nutrition, the University of Auckland, New Zealand Career-defining moments and junior doctor's emerging professional identity - Dr Yan Chen - Lecturer, Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, the University of Auckland, New Zealand (150.9 kB, PDF)

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2018

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February
‘Should recordings replace the traditional lecture?’ by Professor Alistair Woodward - Head of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Auckland. (278.5 kB, PDF)
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March
Dr Tanisha Jowsey - Ethnography of informal learning on a hospital ward. Dr Janine Bycroft - There's an app for that: Digital tools and resources to equip, enable and support partnering with patients and clients to improve their health outcomes and wellbeing. (325.1 kB, PDF)
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May
'Your Creative Brain' by Dr Cathy Stinear - Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Auckland. ‘The Theory of Relativity in Selection into Medicine and Health Professions Programmes’ by Dr Boaz Shulruf Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales. (142.1 kB, PDF)
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June
Sensitive Examinations in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum by Dr Harsh Bhoopatkar - Director, Clinical Skills Centre, University of Auckland. ‘Motivating Pre-Medical Physics: by Using Physics’ by Dr Alistair Kwan, Lecturer, Centre for Learning and Research in Higher Education, University of Auckland (177.4 kB, PDF)
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July
‘Building expert teams in healthcare’. NetworkZ - Professor Jennifer Weller Director, Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, University of Auckland. ‘A strategy to implement NetworkZ sustainably’ by Ms Kaylene Henderson, Programme Manager, NetworkZ (190.6 kB, PDF)
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August
‘Only a strange extravagant humour’: midwifery, duplicity and infanticide in eighteenth-century London by Ms Emma Sadera - Professional Teaching Fellow, Learning Technology Unit, FMHS. ‘Mismatches between rheumatic fever health service delivery and community expectations’ by Dr Anneka Anderson Lecturer, Te Kupenga Hauora Māori. (165.6 kB, PDF)
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September
‘Using art within Visual Thinking Strategies to support the development of patient-centred competencies in undergraduate health professionals’ by Dr Trudi Aspden, Senior Lecturer, Clinical Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy and Mrs Lynne Petersen, Academic Director, Bachelor of Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy. (148.5 kB, PDF)
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October
‘Teaching Quality Improvement to Nascent Medical Students – Are We Making a Difference?’ by Associate Professor Bridget Kool, Associate Dean, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, the University of Auckland. ‘Social Media for Clinical Trial Recruitment’ by Dr Joanna Black, Lecturer, Optometry and Vision Science, the University of Auckland. (139.4 kB, PDF)
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November
‘Patient Safety: The non-technical skills required of nurses’ by Dr Dianne Marshall, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, The University of Auckland. ‘Medical students, sensitive examinations and patient consent’ by Associate Professor Phillipa Malpas, Psychological Medicine, the University of Auckland (191.9 kB, PDF)

2017

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January - Special Seminar
Dr Keyna Bracken - Resilency, globalization of medicine and inequities in health care. Is there a relationship? (377.3 kB, PDF)
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March
Amy Hogan, Dr Roschini Peiris -John and Professor Shanthi Ameratunga “Nothing about us, without us”: Engaging consumers with disability in FMHS teaching programmes. (85.6 kB, PDF)
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May
A/Prof Chris Krägeloh - Using Rasch analysis to increase the precision of self-report instruments. Dr Oleg Medvedev - Using Generalisability Theory to distinguish between state and trait in psychometric measurement. (205.4 kB, PDF)
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June
Mr David McCormack - Technology and psychology in modern surgical training. Drs Marcus Henning and Craig Webster - Tai Chi Chuan and improving student wellbeing. (224.8 kB, PDF)
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July
Prof. Andrew Hill - Making Surgery Fun for Medical Students. Dr Anne O’Callaghan - Constructing the Medical Voice – Why communication skills training isn’t enough. (193.1 kB, PDF)
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August
Dr Fiona Moir - The Physical Health of Medical Students: A Comparison between New Zealand and Canada. Dr Ruth Teh - Nutritional Status in Advanced Age. (189.0 kB, PDF)
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September
Dr Mataroria Lyndon - The Rise of Healthcare Hackathons as a Model for Cross Disciplinary Collaboration and Learning. Dr Oleg Medvedev - Reducing Risks in Healthcare Teamwork: Investigating the Speaking-Up Climate. (210.2 kB, PDF)
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October
Dr Yan Chen - Career-defining moments and professional identity. Dr Peter Beaver - Understanding the implementation of multidisciplinary simulation-based team-training. (191.7 kB, PDF)