Vol 18, No 2 (2017)

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Editorial

Editorial Vol 18.2 PDF
Rufus Clarke 1-3

Articles

Education in peer learning for allied health clinical educators: A mixed methods study PDF
Samantha Sevenhuysen, Joanne Thorpe, Lisa A Barker, Jenny Keating, Elizabeth Molloy, Terry Haines 4-18
Evaluation of a compulsory peer-assisted learning and mentoring programme for medical students PDF
Eleanor Danek, Michele Levinson 19-25
Association between candidate total scores and response pattern in script concordance testing of medical students PDF
Siu Hong Wan, P Duggan, E Tor, J N Hudson 26-35
Providing quality allied health placements in palliative care PDF
Mark Andrew Buhagiar, Jennifer Downes, Abdul Shaik 36-46
Attitudes towards peer review of teaching in medical education PDF
Rebecca Caygill, Mia Peardon, Catherine Waite, Ian McIntyre, Don Bradley, Julian Wright 47-60
Using OSCEs with simulation to maximise student learning and assess competencies in psychology: A pilot study PDF
Rachel Roberts, Anna Chur-Hansen, Helen Winefield, Simon Patten, Helena Ward, Diana Dorstyn 61-75
A survey of strategies for increasing the number of medical learners in all Tasmanian general practices PDF
Jan Radford 76-89
First-year physiotherapy students who elect to participate in simulation-based learning activities benefit from the experience PDF
Diane Dennis, Leo Ng, Anne Furness 90-102