CMHSE research seminar series flyers

2017

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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)

2016

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March
Dr Tanisha Jowsey 'Dammit Jim. I'm a doctor, not a hand-held diagnostic medical tri-corder!'. Dr Craig Wenster 'Violations of safe practice and the death of Michael Jackson'. (384.9 kB, PDF)
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April
Associate Professor Ping Qu 'The impact of narrative medicine on medical education and on medical practice'. Dr Tanisha Jowsey 'Supporting patient management of chronic illness: with a Pocket Health Plan'. (386.5 kB, PDF)
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May
Professor Alan Merry and Professor Helen Sword. Interactive seminar 'Stylish Academic Writing'. (393.4 kB, PDF)
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June
Associate Professor Andy Wearn, Dr Anne O'Callaghan and Associate Professor Mark Barrow 'Becoming a different doctor: reflections from palliative care trainees.' Bogdan Lyakhovetskiy 'Empowering nursing management to lead the change in the bottom line of healthcare.' (395.5 kB, PDF)
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July
Professor Lesley McCowan 'Maternal supine going-to-sleep position - a modifiable risk factor for late pregnancy stillbirth.' Professor Peter Adams 'Developing the conceptual framework in a thesis.' (391.3 kB, PDF)
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August - Special Human Factors Seminar
Invited Speaker: Captain Bob Henderson 'Critical conversations in a crisis.' (366.0 kB, PDF)
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August
Dr Oscar Lyons 'Effectiveness of leadership training in medical students: a systematic review of evidence.' Associate Professor Stephen Buetow 'How does person-centred care differ from patient-centred care?'. (395.0 kB, PDF)
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September
Dr Marcus Henning 'Predicting academic attainment in a biomedical common year 1 course'. Dr Tanisha Jowsey 'PhD writing: by traditional monograph or with publication? Views of supervisors and students at two universities'. (108.7 kB, PDF)
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October
Dr Wendy Yu 'Improved self-efficacy leads to changed learning behaviour in medical students after attending a simulation-based course'. Dr Craig Webster 'Why do anaesthetists sometimes not follow the rules?' (157.1 kB, PDF)
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November
Professor Jennifer Weller, Kaylene Henderson and Penny Johnstone 'Multidisciplinary simulation-based surgical team training: New Zealand leading the way in patient safety'. (420.0 kB, PDF)