Dr Susan Matthew

PhD GradCertEdStud(Higher Ed) BVSc(Hon1) BSc(Vet)(Hon 1)
Lecturer in Professional Practice

B14 - Mcmaster Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 8760
Fax +61 2 9351 3056

Research interests

Students┬┐ experiences of clinic based learning and the transition to practice

Veterinary communication and emotional intelligence Student learning

Teaching and supervision

Veterinary communication and practice management

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2012). Relationships between students' experiences of learning in an undergraduate internship programme and new graduates' experiences of professional practice. Higher Education: the international journal of higher education and educational planning, 64(4), 529-542. [More Information]
  • Matthew, S., Ellis, R., Taylor, R. (2011). New graduates' conceptions of and approaches to veterinary professional practice, and relationships to achievement during undergraduate internship programme. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 16(2), 167-182. [More Information]
  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2010). Students' experiences of clinic-based learning during a final year veterinary internship programme. Higher Education Research and Development, 29(4), 389-404.
  • Zaki, S., Matthew, S., Baguley, J., Taylor, R. (2008). Outcomes-based clinical competency assessment: A case study in curriculum development. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 35(3), 418-418.
  • Blikslager, A., Matthew, S., Young, K. (2001). PGE(2) triggers recovery of transmucosal resistance via EP receptor cross talk in porcine ischemia-injured ileum. American Journal of Physiology: Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology, 281, 375-381.

Conferences

  • Matthew, S., Baguley, J. (2013). Veterinary student asset database at the University of Sydney. 2013 AVA Annual Conference: Into the Future, St Leonards: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Van Gelderen, I., Taylor, R., Hendry, G., Matthew, S. (2013). Work based learning programmes in the final year of veterinary degree programmes in Australia. 2013 AVA Annual Conference: Into the Future, St Leonards: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S. (2010). A report on the Australasian Veterinary Graduate Survey. Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference, AUstralia.
  • Tammen, I., Baguley, J., Collier, M., Hawke (Boulton), C., Sheehy, P., Taylor, R., Matthew, S. (2009). Embedding orientation and leadership activities in disciplinary teaching. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Matthew, S. (2009). Incorporating simulated consultations and reflective practice into a first year professional practice programme. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Matthew, S. (2009). Use of proprietary materials to teach veterinary communication skills. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Hawke (Boulton), C., Matthew, S., Baguley, J. (2009). Work integrated learning: Opportunities for reflection. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Mills, J., Chromow, J., Bell, M., Coleman, G., Meehan, M., Pachana, N., Clarke, T., Schull, D., Baguley, J., Matthew, S., Hawke (Boulton), C., Tammen, I. (2008). Enhancing communication and life skills in veterinary students. National Graduate Attribute Project Symposium 2008, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Zaki, S., Taylor, R., Baguley, J., Matthew, S. (2008). Outcomes based clinical competency assessment: a case study in curriculum development. Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges Educational Symposium AAVMC 2008, USA: Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Preparing for practice through final year rotations. Australian Veterinary Association Conference 2007, St Leonards, Sydney, Australia: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Preparing for practice through final year rotations. Australian Veterinary Association Conference 2007, St Leonards, Sydney, Australia: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Students' experiences of clinic-based learning. Partners in Veterinary Education Conference 2007 (PIVE 2007), Sydney: Postgraduate Foundation in Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Students' experiences of learning in final year placements. District Veterinarian's Conference.
  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Baguley, J., Ellis, R. (2007). Students' Perceptions of a Final Year Clinic-based Learning Curriculum. 32nd Annual WSAVA Congress, Sydney Australia: World Small Animal Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S., Baguley, J., Hawke, C., Taylor, R. (2007). Workbased learning in Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. EdHealth Conference 2007, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2005). Students' experiences of learning in professional placements. CST Teaching and Learning Showcase 2005, Sydney, Australia: College of Sciences and Technology, Sydney University.

2013

  • Matthew, S., Baguley, J. (2013). Veterinary student asset database at the University of Sydney. 2013 AVA Annual Conference: Into the Future, St Leonards: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Van Gelderen, I., Taylor, R., Hendry, G., Matthew, S. (2013). Work based learning programmes in the final year of veterinary degree programmes in Australia. 2013 AVA Annual Conference: Into the Future, St Leonards: Australian Veterinary Association.

2012

  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2012). Relationships between students' experiences of learning in an undergraduate internship programme and new graduates' experiences of professional practice. Higher Education: the international journal of higher education and educational planning, 64(4), 529-542. [More Information]

2011

  • Matthew, S., Ellis, R., Taylor, R. (2011). New graduates' conceptions of and approaches to veterinary professional practice, and relationships to achievement during undergraduate internship programme. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 16(2), 167-182. [More Information]

2010

  • Matthew, S. (2010). A report on the Australasian Veterinary Graduate Survey. Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference, AUstralia.
  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2010). Students' experiences of clinic-based learning during a final year veterinary internship programme. Higher Education Research and Development, 29(4), 389-404.

2009

  • Tammen, I., Baguley, J., Collier, M., Hawke (Boulton), C., Sheehy, P., Taylor, R., Matthew, S. (2009). Embedding orientation and leadership activities in disciplinary teaching. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Matthew, S. (2009). Incorporating simulated consultations and reflective practice into a first year professional practice programme. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Matthew, S. (2009). Use of proprietary materials to teach veterinary communication skills. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.
  • Hawke (Boulton), C., Matthew, S., Baguley, J. (2009). Work integrated learning: Opportunities for reflection. Australasian Veterinary Education Symposium (AVES): Preparing for Practice, Australia: Australasian Veterinary Education.

2008

  • Mills, J., Chromow, J., Bell, M., Coleman, G., Meehan, M., Pachana, N., Clarke, T., Schull, D., Baguley, J., Matthew, S., Hawke (Boulton), C., Tammen, I. (2008). Enhancing communication and life skills in veterinary students. National Graduate Attribute Project Symposium 2008, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Zaki, S., Taylor, R., Baguley, J., Matthew, S. (2008). Outcomes based clinical competency assessment: a case study in curriculum development. Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges Educational Symposium AAVMC 2008, USA: Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
  • Zaki, S., Matthew, S., Baguley, J., Taylor, R. (2008). Outcomes-based clinical competency assessment: A case study in curriculum development. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 35(3), 418-418.

2007

  • Matthew, S. (2007). Preparing for practice through final year rotations. Australian Veterinary Association Conference 2007, St Leonards, Sydney, Australia: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Preparing for practice through final year rotations. Australian Veterinary Association Conference 2007, St Leonards, Sydney, Australia: Australian Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Students' experiences of clinic-based learning. Partners in Veterinary Education Conference 2007 (PIVE 2007), Sydney: Postgraduate Foundation in Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.
  • Matthew, S. (2007). Students' experiences of learning in final year placements. District Veterinarian's Conference.
  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Baguley, J., Ellis, R. (2007). Students' Perceptions of a Final Year Clinic-based Learning Curriculum. 32nd Annual WSAVA Congress, Sydney Australia: World Small Animal Veterinary Association.
  • Matthew, S., Baguley, J., Hawke, C., Taylor, R. (2007). Workbased learning in Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. EdHealth Conference 2007, Australia: University of Sydney.

2005

  • Matthew, S., Taylor, R., Ellis, R. (2005). Students' experiences of learning in professional placements. CST Teaching and Learning Showcase 2005, Sydney, Australia: College of Sciences and Technology, Sydney University.

2001

  • Blikslager, A., Matthew, S., Young, K. (2001). PGE(2) triggers recovery of transmucosal resistance via EP receptor cross talk in porcine ischemia-injured ileum. American Journal of Physiology: Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology, 281, 375-381.

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