Best Practice – Student Placements in Private Clinics
The one-day workshop and the associated pre, and post workshop activities are designed specifically to encourage and enable allied health private practitioners to offer students placement opportunities in their own clinics. The workshop will strengthen your ability to manage student placement so that your business interests are protected and obligations to patients and students are met. You will review your liability to students and patients as well as learn teaching strategies that develop student’s clinical reasoning and decision-making abilities. Your understanding will be tested through questions about a Hypothetical Scenario.
Presented by Dr Keri Moore, PhD
Keri’s is a Clinical Education Specialist, Consultant and Researcher with 25 years’ experience in Allied Health Clinical Education. Keri initiated and co-leads the ANZAHPE HTAG - University Health Clinics Collaborative the purpose of which is to foster scholarly discourse about student education in University Health Clinics. She holds Associate Fellowship with ANZAHPE and is member of TEQSA Register of Experts.
Her qualification are as follows:
PhD - Clinical Education, Newcastle Uni.
Master Clinical Education, UNSW
Master Applied Law (Candidate), QUT
Grad Cert Professional Legal Studies, Griffith Uni.
Grad Cert University Teaching and Learning, RMIT.
Registered Osteopath, NSW 1985-2006
ALL pre-workshop, workshop and post-workshop activities must be completed to earn any CPD or PDO points or hours
For questions about the course please contact:
Moore Clinical Education Researchers and Specialists
Dr Keri Moore
For a Registration Form contact Moore Clinical Education Specialists and Researchers on email: email@example.com