Koshila is a Senior Lecturer and Course Coordinator of the postgraduate programs in clinical education at Flinders University. She provides academic and strategic educational leadership in supporting the capacity building of health professionals as educators, educational scholars and change agents.
Koshila is an experienced qualitative researcher and has sustained a broad program of research and develpment work on capacity building/faculty development in health professions education. Her sustained contribution to the health professions education field has been recognised via the award of a Fellowship from the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) which is the peak regional body for those involved in education and training in the health and social care professions.
Koshila is an longstanding and activie contributor to the health professions education community nationally and internationally, through her roles as Membership Secretary and Committee of Management member for the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE), role as Associate Editor for BMC Medical Education, and peer reviewer work.
2013: PhD, The University of Sydney
2003: Master of Arts (Education) (Hons), The University of Auckland
2000: Bachelor of Arts (Educational Psychology), The University of Auckland.
ANZAHPE Post-Graduate Student Prize in Health Professional Education - MAR 2015
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