ADVANCED CLINICAL SUPERVISION IN REGIONAL CENTRES : A Short Course for Health Professionals – 2 days

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ADVANCED CLINICAL SUPERVISION IN REGIONAL CENTRES : A Short Course for Health Professionals – 2 days

Date/Time
Date(s) - 16/05/2019 - 17/05/2019
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Department of Rural Health – Shepparton – Tutorial Room 2
49 Graham Street
Shepparton

 

FLYER-_Advanced Clinical Supervision 16th and 17th May2019_Shepparton

This two day course focuses on advanced practice in clinical supervision. Ideally participants will have more than 2 years of experience in supervising students or colleagues and may have a leadership role in clinical education in the workplace.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Highlight factors that support a safe and effective clinical learning environment
  • Describe how educational theory can support approaches to clinical education
  • Outline the purpose and process of a learning needs assessment at the start and at the end of each placement
  • Enact a learning needs conversation with a focus on goal-setting
  • Describe the purpose of, and different approaches to, workplace-based assessment
  • Identify the role of bias in observation and assessment of learner performance
  • Develop strategies to identify and work with, under-performing learners
  • Apply principles of advocacy inquiry in conversations with under-performing learners
  • Develop learner-centred approaches to communication such as the Agenda Led
    Outcomes Based Analysis (ALOBA) model of communication
  • Describe the unique and common challenges and approaches involved in
    managing, developing and coaching others in the clinical context
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses as a clinical leader and be prepared to
    collaborate accordingly
  • Collaborate with practitioners from other health disciplines to achieve optimal
    outcomes for patients and learners
  • Actively reflect on own supervisory approaches and performance, using a validated
    scale
  • Describe ways to evaluate the quality of clinical education in their workplace

 

For any queries please contact Michelle Curtis – Medical Education-University of Melbourne- michelle.curtis@unimelb.edu.au

 

 

 

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