Koshila is passionate about supporting health and social care professionals (across professions, disciplines, sectors and settings) to extend their capabilities as educators, educational scholars and educational leaders. This informs what she does in her role as Course Coordinator of the postgraduate programs in clinical education at Flinders University, and her work as an educator, researcher, research supervisor, and quality improver.
Koshila's research focuses on capacity building/faculty development in health professions education and she has a particular interest in examining how curriculum and pedagogy can be improved to support capacity building,
Koshila is the current Membership Secretary and Committee of Management member for the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE), an Associate Editor for BMC Medical Education, and peer reviewer for a range of health professions education journals. Koshila is a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators.
PhD, The University of Sydney
Master of Arts (Education) (Hons), The University of Auckland
Bachelor of Arts (Educational Psychology), The University of Auckland.
As a generalist, Koshila has a broad range of teaching interests and expertise including:
ANZAHPE Post-Graduate Student Prize in Health Professional Education - MAR 2015
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