This unit aims to further participants knowledge and skills in teaching clinical epidemiology. Participants undertake a project where they will develop a teaching and learning resource based upon the teaching and learning they have been exposed to in the Clinical Epidemiology Program at the University of Sydney. There is no additional face-to-face teaching. Participants are expected to develop, teach and evaluate a clinical epidemiology teaching and learning resource of at least 9 hours-equivalent face-to-face teaching time. By the end of this unit participants will have developed, delivered and evaluated a teaching and learning resource in Clinical Epidemiology by: developing materials about clinical epidemiology relevant to the target audience and setting; developing an approach to teaching and learning which is relevant to the target audience and setting; developing and using an assessment tool appropriate for the teaching and learning resource; developing and using a method of evaluation appropriate for the teachingand learning resource; and reflecting on their own learning in this unit of study.
student project under supervision.
Project report (75%) and Participation (25%)
Recommended: Straus SE, Glasziou P, Richardson WS, Haynes RB. Evidence-base medicine. How to practice and teach EBM. 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.
CEPI5100 or PUBH5010Co-requisites
(CEPI5311 or CEPI5312) and (CEPI5203 or CEPI5314 or CEPI5315)Prohibitions