Ok, so I’ve captured a snap of an environment with a 360 camera… …now what? This was the leading question as I tried to see how I could use a captured environment of a hockey turf for teaching. This was aimed to develop understanding of complexity of concussion to a group of third year physiotherapy… Continue Reading →
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…well, it was a start. As part of the Learning and Teaching Group for the School of Clinical Sciences (feel an acronym coming on there…) I was asked to present introduce the day and assist running a workshop. The theme was around “Interprofessional Healthcare”. Fitting, considering the current project we are doing with Paramedicine and… Continue Reading →
With a shared interest in applying virtual environments in healthcare education delivery, representatives from CfLAT, Paramedicine, Nursing and Physiotherapy have begun collaboration in developing an interprofessional scenario. The most obvious place where these professions inter-lap is during a handover. The development of the scenario will (hopefully) serve multiple purposes: Get Together. While we talk (at… Continue Reading →
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Once upon a time, when I worked in schools, early childhood teachers routinely issued young children with a ‘pen license’.?A pen license was much sought after as it meant that a child could ‘advance’ to using a pen instead of a pencil. Using indelible ink meant that the child was able…
Believe it or not this is the future of AUT interdisciplinary healthcare. Don’t let the scrawl confuse you, this little… Read more Is a cool uniform enough?