Division of Health Sciences
|Title of application||Project leader/contact|
|A Mentoring Scheme to Widen Participation in Medical Radiation Science||Sarah Lewis - synopsis (PDF)|
|Human Rights: 8 Principles for Curriculum Renewal in Health||Stephanie Short - synopsis (Powerpoint presentation)|
|Mentoring Health Sciences Students: Facilitating Belongingness, Inclusion and Teamwork||Melanie Nguyen - synopsis (PDF)|
|Scaffolding for Clinical Success||Alison Purcell|
A Mentoring Scheme to Widen Participation in Medical Radiation Science
Dr Sarah Lewis
The Radiation Physics Mentoring (RPM) club is a collaboration between academic staff, 1st year students with physics backgrounds, and third year students with a good understanding of radiation physics and its clinical applications to support and encourage first year students with limited physics experience.
Human Rights: 8 Principles for Curriculum Renewal in Health
Professor Stephanie Short
The project will instil knowledge, attitude and behaviours that are aligned with the eight principles of human rights, in our curricula to positively affect the way our graduates engage in collaborative learning, health care professional practice and research. The six principles are respect, non-discrimination, participation and inclusion, respect for difference and acceptance, equality of opportunity, accessibility, equality between men and women, and respect for children.
Mentoring Health Sciences Students: Facilitating Belongingness, Inclusion and Teamwork
This project evaluates the impact of the Health Sciences Mentoring Program on belongingness, appreciation for diversity, retention and teamwork skills. Quantitative and qualitative data will be collected through interviews and surveys.
Scaffolding for Clinical Success
Dr Alison Purcell
Development and piloting of a learning module for all first year Faculty of Health Sciences students to improve communication competence and assist students to succeed on work integrated learning placements.