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Events and activities

The Prideaux Centre offers regular research-related events and activities:

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Tuesday 17 September 2019

11.30am to 1.30pm

Horseshoe Seminar Room, Level 5, FMC, Room 5E132

 

Brad Mitchell Preliminary Findings : 11.30am
 
Gillian Kette Final Thesis Presentation : 12.15pm

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Thursday 24 October 2019

9.30am to 5.00pm

Tonsley Campus, Room 5.29

2019 Writing Day
Facilitated by Dr Maria Gardiner

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For a list of all past events, please contact us.


Tuesday Talk

Throughout the year, Tuesday lunchtime sessions are held to showcase the Centre’s diverse interests.  This may be a TAPAS session (see below), or an opportunity for staff or postgraduate research students to present or workshop a wide range of Health Professions Education topics to an audience. Sessions are open to all staff across the University.

 

TAPAS

TAPAS is Teaching in Action: Practitioner and Academic Sessions. These sessions offer short, topical aspects of health professional education that are beneficial to clinical life. They are intended for health professionals across all settings, academics, and other stakeholders.

 

Research Forum Friday Series

This monthly forum includes a research presentation and a journal club. It provides the membership with opportunities to workshop ideas to support their research pursuits.

 

Research Methodology Series

Offered at various times throughout the year, the Research Methodology Series are workshops facilitated by researchers with expertise in different research methodologies. It provides an opportunity for health professions education researchers to develop their knowledge and skills across a range of methodologies.

 

Annual Symposium

This event provides an opportunity for Prideaux Centre members and postgraduate research students to present their work-in-progress and receive feedback.

 

Annual HDR Development Intensive

The HDR Development Intensive provides an opportunity for postgraduate research students and supervisors to come together and build their research capacity. Each Intensive provides a different focus based on the needs of the Prideaux Centre membership and HDR student cohort.

 

Consultancy

The Prideaux Centre is available to provide consultations on a case-by-case an individual basis. This can be negotiated with the Centre’s Director, Professor Lambert Schuwirth.