Vol 16, No 3 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial, Vol 16.3 PDF
Andy Wearn 1-2

Articles

GPaedia: A Web 2.0 technology enhanced digital habitat to support the general practice learning community PDF
Si Fan 3-15
The use of standardised patients in interprofessional education curriculum delivery: A causal-comparative study of student feedback PDF
Vernon Curran, Adam Reid, Shari Fitzgerald, Olga Heath, Paula Mullins-Richards 16-28
The role of simulation in developing clinical knowledge and increasing clinical confidence in first-year radiography students PDF
Amy Kong, Yvonne Hodgson, Ruth Druva 29-44
Teaching clinical skills by utilising community patient volunteers – a program evaluation PDF
Margo Lane, Geoff Mitchell, Phil Towers, Amy Wong 45-56
Credible and defensible assessment of entry-level clinical competence: Insights from a modified Delphi study PDF
Rachel Bacon, Lauren Williams, Laurie Grealish, Maggie Jamieson 57-72
Audience response systems can facilitate communal course feedback PDF
Pete Bridge, Mary-Anne Carmichael 73-85
Students’ reflections on first-year interprofessional teamwork: Phenomenographic evaluation of function and success PDF
Susan McNaughton 86-100
Applying ethical reasoning approaches to complex cases in professional practice PDF
Belinda Kenny 101-118

Innovative Teaching and Learning Project

Interprofessional learning in general practice: A pilot study using in-practice emergency simulation PDF
Rohan Kerr, Karen Vaughan, Michael Bentley, Jan Radford, Kirsty Sharp, Jenny Presser 119-123