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Scholarly Activity

  • 18 Aug 2022
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (AEST)
  • Zoom (link TBA via email)


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'Scholarly Activity'

Presenter:  Professor Tim Wilkinson

Scholarship is sometimes equated with peer reviewed publications.  But with health professional education, it is more than that.  The challenge is to make such activities visible to others.  Tim Wilkinson will draw on the recent publication “Redefining scholarship for health professions education: AMEE Guide No. 142”. Participants will then share the ways that they have made their scholarship visible.

Tim Wilkinson is Professor in Medicine at the University of Otago, New Zealand.  He has a MClinEd, PhD and MD that are all in medical education. His research interests are assessment of clinical competence and performance, workplace learning, selection into medical school, career paths, and professionalism. He is a deputy editor of Medical Education, Associate editor for Perspectives on Medical, and a senior editorial board member of BMC Medical Education.  Tim is an Associate Editor of the ANZAHPE journal FoHPE (Focus on Health Professional Education) and ANZAHPE Fellow. He is the Censor for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He also works as a consultant physician in geriatric medicine. 


recording of this session will be made available to all ANZAHPE members and non-member registrants following the session.

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