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RACP Online Education: Get involved!
by Sarah Champion - Friday, 5 February 2016, 02:16 PM
 

Assist in the development of College eLearning resources

The College is currently in the process of establishing several working groups to assist in the development of online educational resources.

 The CEC is seeking to appoint both Fellows and trainees to the below working groups, through an expression of interest process.

 Creating a Safe Culture: exploring strategies to deal with bullying and harassment

This online module will aim to create understanding around the importance of a safe work culture and how bullying and sexual harassment impacts physicians and their ability to learn and effectively practice medicine.

 Trainees in Difficulty Support

This online module will aim to create better understanding around how to identify a trainee in difficulty, and how to assess and best utilise the College’s tools and other assistance available for Supervisors supporting trainees experiencing difficulties.

Cultural Competency

This online module will aim to increase cultural understanding by integrating knowledge of varied and diverse cultural perceptions into physician practice, and work towards improved health outcomes.

 Trainee Self-Regulation and Wellbeing

This online module will aim to create understanding around the importance of self-regulation and well-being, and how it impacts physicians and their ability to learn and effectively practice medicine.

 The key responsibilities of the working group are to:

  • review and approve the resource outline and topic structure
  • assist in the development of content for scenarios and video scripts
  • recommend appropriate peers to review developed content
  • assist with the implementation and communication plans to support the release of the new resource, including filming of a course welcome video
  • evaluate the new resource at the completion of the course

 

Interested Fellows and trainees should complete and submit an expression of interest form, which includes a supporting statement outlining how the applicant’s knowledge, experience and interest in medical education program development will contribute to the objectives of this working group.

The expression of interest form and a brief CV should be emailed to learning@racp.edu.au by Monday the 15th of February.

Applicants should be available to attend a face-to-face meeting in Sydney in April or May 2016.

For further information, please contact Melanie Healy of the eLearning Design & Resource Development Unit on +61 2 8076 6367 or melanie.healy@racp.edu.au.

 

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