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Introducing ANZAHPE ONLINE Professional Development Program

ANZAHPE ONLINE aims to deliver a rich academic experience to ANZAHPE members and the wider community.  The PD program has been designed to to cater for novice through to experienced educators/scholars.  The program is a series of monthly events throughout the year.  ANZAHPE members have access to recordings of past events as a membership benefit.

We look forward to connecting with you online.


To review the full event details please click on the links below. 

Registration is easy. Registration will open approximately one month prior to each event. Simply click on the event and follow the online registration prompts. Don't forget to log in to the system first, to auto-populate your booking form and ensure you get our special member rates.

ANZAHPE Online Program

    • 20 Apr 2023
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (AEST)
    • Zoom (link TBA via email)


    How do I...
    develop good learning outcomes for the curriculum

    Facilitated by: Dr Julie Ash, Emeritus Professor David Prideaux and members of the Prideaux Discipline of Clinical Education at Flinders University.

    This Masterclass uses scenarios and exemplars to engage participants in an exploration of ‘how to’ develop high-level outcomes for outcome-based curriculum, such as is currently preferred in health professions education programs. At the end of the workshop participants will have interrogated how to develop outcomes that are meaningful in their context and stakeholders, whether community, students, academics or regulatory bodies. This workshop will be useful those responsible for curriculum development at any level within heath professional programs. Registrants will be invited to submit their questions and dilemmas related to developing curriculum outcomes prior to the event.

    recording of this session will be made available to all registrants following the session.

    • 18 May 2023
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (AEST)
    • Zoom (link TBA via email)

    Professional Development Program

    Assessment of student learning outcomes in interprofessional education: What does the evidence tell us?

    Facilitator: Associate Professor Margo Brewer

    Margo will be joined by interprofessional education leaders from Australian and New Zealand to explore this important topic. Evidence from research and practice will be shared with participants in this highly interactive webinar aimed at advancing our understanding of how to best assess students’ achievement of interprofessional learning outcomes.

    Associate Professor Margo Brewer is the Director of Strategic Projects in the School of Allied Health at Curtin University. Trained as a speech pathologist, Margo has held several leadership roles including 10 years as the Director of Interprofessional Education in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin. She is an international expert in interprofesssional education, has led multiple national teaching grants, and has over 40 peer reviewed publications including the HERDSA guide Embedding interprofessional education in the curriculum (Brewer & Flavell, 2020). Margo is currently the chair on the Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network and the interprofessional education lead for the ANZAHPE Committee of Management.

    Lyn Gum is a senior lecturer who has taught across the health professions. Her PhD explored interprofessional education and collaborative practice in the rural environment in Australia.

    Caterina Tannous has been involved in interprofessional education curriculum for 13 years at Western Sydney University. Her PhD focussed on evaluating IPE curriculum and its impact on professional identity.

    Megan Anakin is an education researcher at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand who is curious about how pre-registration students and early-career practitioners develop interprofessional practice.

    Kerry Hood is the interprofessional education lead for Federation University. Her PhD investigated the outcomes of interprofessional learning in the clinical setting as preparation for collaborative practice.

    Dale Sheehan is an educator and researcher in interprofessional education, predominately with new graduates, creating opportunities to harness clinical learning opportunities. She has trained clinical educators on interprofessional education at the postgraduate level.

    Krista Reed is a rural health and education researcher at Western Sydney University. Krista’s research focus is on improving collaborative healthcare models through interprofessional education. 

    This recording will be made available for all registrants.

    • 26 Jun 2023
    • 9:00 AM (AEST)
    • 29 Jun 2023
    • 5:00 PM (AEST)

    The 2023 ANZAHPE Conference

    Turning Tides: Navigating Opportunities

    We invite you to attend ANZAHPE 2023! It is with great excitement that we can announce that “we are back” to a face-to-face conference again.

    So, start working up your abstracts and block out your calendars from 26th to 29th June, 2023 in preparation for an extravaganza of collegiality, networking opportunities and all things ‘Health Professional Education’.

    Join us at the Gold Coast for ANZAHPE 2023

    After the successes of the 2021 and 2022 virtual festivals we are pleased to welcome you back in-person for ANZAHPE 2023. Join us on the beautiful Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia as we celebrate the achievements of the first 50 years of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE). Recent times have seen health professional educators adapt, innovate and continue to deliver while navigating through adversity. Now, as the tides turn, we look forward to the opportunities on the horizon and the next 50 years.

    Festival Theme – Turning Tides, Navigating the Opportunities

    We will begin on June 26th with the Conference welcome, Networking Sessions and Workshops. June 27th – 29th will be the full ANZAHPE conference experience of amazing Plenary Presentations, eye-opening Oral Presentations, thought-provoking Symposia, cutting-edge Posters and the true Jewel in the Crown of ANZAHPE – the PeArLS (Personally Arranged Learning Session).

    Dust off your dancing shoes for the ANZAHPE Dinner – a great opportunity to celebrate our 50th anniversary milestone.

    We encourage you to take the opportunity to come and join us for ANZAHPE 2023.

    To submit your abstracts and inform us of your great work. To Network and Learn. To Share and Celebrate. To Challenge and Grow.

    We look forward to warmly welcoming you as we bring the ANZAHPE community together in-person again.

    Further details can be found here.

Past events

16 Feb 2023 ANZAHPE ONLINE: How do I... combine teaching and research
9 Dec 2022 MASTER CLASS: Educators as Team Coaches: Embedding low fidelity simulations into programs – lessons from Ted Lasso
13 Oct 2022 ANZAHPE ONLINE: Open Forum discussion on Professional Development opportunities with ANZAHPE
7 Sep 2022 MASTER CLASS: Research - 'Telling a good story'
18 Aug 2022 Scholarly Activity
16 Jun 2022 Maximising feedback through an educational alliance
21 Apr 2022 IPE workshop: Focus: Designing and evaluating an interprofessional learning experience
10 Feb 2022 Bouncing Forward; Mental Wealth for Staff and Student
9 Dec 2021 End of Year Networking Event
9 Dec 2021 Festival Abstract and Prize Application Workshop
11 Nov 2021 DEBATE: Work-place clinical placements should remain the mainstay of health professions education?
21 Oct 2021 IPE series Part 2: Approaches to interprofessional education: Lessons for success
14 Oct 2021 IPE series Part 1: Interprofessional education: What is it and why it matters
24 Sep 2021 MASTER CLASS: Theory in your health professional research
9 Sep 2021 ANZAHPE Fellowship Mentoring Scheme
12 Aug 2021 What institutions and individuals might do to improve feedback
10 Jun 2021 PeArLS: Pooling pearls of portfolio wisdom: promotion, preparation and practice
27 May 2021 PeArLS: Towards coherent curricula in somatisation (aka functional illness 'BDS' or 'MUS')
22 Apr 2021 PeArLS: The coterie of the country
11 Mar 2021 Writing a competitive research grant in Health Professions Education
25 Feb 2021 Learning in (and for) a digital world - Professor Margaret Bearman
10 Dec 2020 End of year special!
12 Nov 2020 Workshop - Writing for Publication
8 Oct 2020 Workshop - Writing authentic OSCEs
10 Sep 2020 Building a feedback culture - Professor Chris Watling
13 Aug 2020 Confronting Contexts - Professor Rachel Ellaway
16 Jul 2020 Ways of Seeing in Healthcare: Panel Discussion
12 Jul 2020 ANZAHPE ONLINE Program launch


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