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Brewer, M. Flavell, H. Harris, C. Davis, M. & Bathgate. K. (2014). “Ensuring Health Graduates' Employability in a Changing World: Developing Interprofessional Practice Capabilities Using a Framework to Inform Curricula.” Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability. 5 (1): 29-46.
Brown J. & McCrorie P. (2015). The iPad: Tablet technology to support nursing and midwifery student learning: An evaluation in practice. Computers, informatics, nursing: CIN: 33 (3): 93-98.
Disseminating your research is an essential component of the SoLT process, allowing for peer review, contribution to the field of knowledge and also provides the foundation for future research. SoLT research can be disseminated in journal articles, books or conference presentations. If you are looking for a SoLT or discipline specific journal to publish in, head on over to the “Journals” tab.
The Curtin library has a useful guide on dissemination of research findings. Click here to go to the guide.
Curtin Health Sciences was extremely well represented at the recent Teaching & Learning Forum including the following presentations:
Curtin University, School of Occupational Therapy and Social Work.Ph.D
Curtin University, School of Nursing and Midwifery. M.Phil