Prior to joining the School of Medicine, Maxine spent six years at the University of Sydney, where she managed two professional education units (the Division of Professional Learning and the Division of Learning and Teaching) in the Faculty of Education and Social Work. Maxine has also worked as a writer, editor, and as a teacher of secondary English.
Maxine completed doctoral studies in 2012. Her thesis employed narrative inquiry to interrogate teachers' perceptions of their professional education experiences.
College of Medicine and Public Health Vice-President and Executive Dean's Teaching Excellence Award 2019 for leadership in designing and implementing the Personal and Professional Development theme in the Medical Degree to improve student learning, wellbeing and professional identity formation.
Lisa Schmidt, Maxine Moore, Lambert Schuwirth, Iris Lindemann, Laura Spencer, Wendy Hu, Carlos El-Haddad, Jordan Li (2016-2017) Australian Collaborative Education Network, “Putting the trust into assessing work integrated learning: Developing a process for embedding Entrustable Professional Activities as an authentic form of assessing work integrated learning”.
Providing educational expertise to academic, clinical and professional colleagues to ensure that the Flinders medical curriculum reflects best practice, aligns to the Australian Medical Council’s graduate learning outcomes, and evolves in accordance with advancements in the fields of medicine and medical education.
Theme coordinator for Health Professions and Society (HPS) Years 1 - 3 and Personal and Professional Development (PPD) in Years 1 and 2 (topics MMED9150, MMED9250, and MMED9350).
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