The Prideaux Centre was established in 2014 to support an enthusiastic and prolific group of researchers in health professions education (HPE), and offers a range of postgraduate clinical education programs.
HPE research is rapidly becoming a primary item on educational and research agendas. It is diverse in terms of its research domains, methodologies, and epistemologies.
Conducting HPE research is essential for improved and innovative approaches to educating our future doctors, nurses, speech pathologists, paramedics and other health professionals.
Although organisationally located in the College of Medicine and Public Health, the Prideaux Centre links with researchers in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the University and around the world.
The Prideaux Centre is committed to:
The Prideaux Centre is named after Emeritus Professor David Prideaux.
Emeritus Professor Prideaux played a major role in developing and maintaining the great national and international reputation of Flinders in the area of health professional education development and research.
It is because of this that our University has a thriving health professional education culture.
This culture has been harnessed by the Prideaux Centre, which has quickly been able to establish itself as an internationally reputable research centre, with an enthusiastic and prolific group of researchers.