Dr Belinda Judd

PhD, M.Ed (Health Professional Education), BAppSc (Phty) Grad Cert Health Sc(Education)
Honorary
Lecturer, Work Integrated Learning

C43J - J Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9282
Fax +61 2 9351 9601

Biographical details

Belinda Judd has been a registered Physiotherapist since 2003. Belinda worked clinically as a Physiotherapist before joining the University of Sydney in 2008. Since this time, Belinda has been involved in broad teaching and research activities both across the Discipline of Physiotherapy and in Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Belinda is an active researcher specialising in simulation-based education in the health professions. She completed her doctorate in 2017.

Current research students

Project title Research student
Factors affecting the engagement in simulation Linda GARRATT

Themes

E-Health and Health Care Delivery

Selected grants

2019

  • Enhancing feedback from standardised assessment in simulation-based clinical placement preparation; Judd B, Brentnall J, Darwell C; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.

2018

  • Enhancing novice students readiness for clinical placements through the development and testing of a multidisciplinary evaluation tool; Judd B, Brentnall J, Thomson K, Scanlan J, McAllister S; Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators/ANZAHPE Research Grants.

2017

  • Building Students´┐Ż Capacity for Evaluative Judgement through Near Peer Placements; Penman M, McAllister S, Brentnall J, Judd B, Thomson K, Volkert A, Evans G, Young J, Thompson T, Vasquez M, Wykes M; Australian Collaborative Education Network/Research Grant.
  • Refining simulation-based methods to facilitate the development of occupational therapy and physiotherapy students´┐Ż clinical reasoning; Thackray D, Judd B, Brentnall J; University of Southampton/Global Partnerships Award.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Judd, B., Fethney, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2018). Performance in Simulation Is Associated With Clinical Practice Performance in Physical Therapist Students. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 32(1), 94-99. [More Information]
  • Jones, A., Mandrusiak, A., Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J. (2017). Investigating a physiotherapy clinical simulation assessment tool using the Delphi Approach. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 15(3), Article 3.
  • Judd, B., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). Comparison of Psychophysiological Stress in Physiotherapy Students Undertaking Simulation and Hospital-Based Clinical Education. Simulation in Healthcare, 11(4), 271-277. [More Information]
  • Ryall, T., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2016). Simulation-based assessments in health professional education: a systematic review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 9, 69-82. [More Information]
  • Judd, B., Scanlan, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). The validity of a professional competence tool for physiotherapy students in simulation-based clinical education: A Rasch analysis. BMC Medical Education, 16(1), 1-10. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Judd, B., Alison, J., Waters, D., Fethney, J., Gordon, C. (2017). Is there a relationship between the performances of physiotherapy students in simulation and clinical practice? 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC), Sydney, Australia: Australasian Simulation Congress.
  • Gordon, C., Judd, B., Fethney, J., Dodds, K., Currie, J. (2017). The relationship between the acute psycho-physiological stress of nurses in emergency simulations and simulation performance. 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC), Sydney, Australia: Australasian Simulation Congress.
  • Judd, B., Scanlan, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). Is the Assessment of Physiotherapy Practice Tool Valid in Clinical Simulation? Australasian Simulation Congress.
  • Jones, A., Alison, J., Mandrusiak, A., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2015). Developing a Physiotherapy Clinical Simulation Assessment tool using the Delphi approach. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2015, Singapore: Elsevier.
  • Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J., Waters, D. (2015). Is Stress Similar During Simulation and Clinical Practicum? SimHealth2015, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
  • Ryall, T., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2014). An Integrative Review of Simulation-based Assessments: What Really Works. ANZAHPE National Conference, Gold Coast: ANZAHPE.
  • Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J., Waters, D. (2014). Does Clinical Simulation Elicit Similar Stress Responses to Clinical Practice in Physiotherapy students? ANZAHPE National Conference, Gold Coast: ANZAHPE.

2018

  • Judd, B., Fethney, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2018). Performance in Simulation Is Associated With Clinical Practice Performance in Physical Therapist Students. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 32(1), 94-99. [More Information]

2017

  • Jones, A., Mandrusiak, A., Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J. (2017). Investigating a physiotherapy clinical simulation assessment tool using the Delphi Approach. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 15(3), Article 3.
  • Judd, B., Alison, J., Waters, D., Fethney, J., Gordon, C. (2017). Is there a relationship between the performances of physiotherapy students in simulation and clinical practice? 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC), Sydney, Australia: Australasian Simulation Congress.
  • Gordon, C., Judd, B., Fethney, J., Dodds, K., Currie, J. (2017). The relationship between the acute psycho-physiological stress of nurses in emergency simulations and simulation performance. 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC), Sydney, Australia: Australasian Simulation Congress.

2016

  • Judd, B., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). Comparison of Psychophysiological Stress in Physiotherapy Students Undertaking Simulation and Hospital-Based Clinical Education. Simulation in Healthcare, 11(4), 271-277. [More Information]
  • Judd, B., Scanlan, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). Is the Assessment of Physiotherapy Practice Tool Valid in Clinical Simulation? Australasian Simulation Congress.
  • Ryall, T., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2016). Simulation-based assessments in health professional education: a systematic review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 9, 69-82. [More Information]
  • Judd, B., Scanlan, J., Alison, J., Waters, D., Gordon, C. (2016). The validity of a professional competence tool for physiotherapy students in simulation-based clinical education: A Rasch analysis. BMC Medical Education, 16(1), 1-10. [More Information]

2015

  • Jones, A., Alison, J., Mandrusiak, A., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2015). Developing a Physiotherapy Clinical Simulation Assessment tool using the Delphi approach. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2015, Singapore: Elsevier.
  • Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J., Waters, D. (2015). Is Stress Similar During Simulation and Clinical Practicum? SimHealth2015, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

2014

  • Ryall, T., Judd, B., Gordon, C. (2014). An Integrative Review of Simulation-based Assessments: What Really Works. ANZAHPE National Conference, Gold Coast: ANZAHPE.
  • Judd, B., Gordon, C., Alison, J., Waters, D. (2014). Does Clinical Simulation Elicit Similar Stress Responses to Clinical Practice in Physiotherapy students? ANZAHPE National Conference, Gold Coast: ANZAHPE.

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