Vol 17, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial, Vol 17.1 PDF
Tim Wilkinson 1-3

Articles

Acceptability of a blended learning model that improves student readiness for practical skill learning: A mixed-methods study PDF
Jamie Gaida, Chris Seville, Liana Cope, Narelle Dalwood, Prue Morgan, Stephen Maloney 3-17
Online concept maps in medical education: Are we there yet? PDF
Veronica Ho, Gary Velan 18-29
Introduction of wikis to foster collaboration in health professional education PDF
Caitriona Cunningham, Grainne O'Donoghue, David Jennings 30-44
“Let’s not reinvent the wheel”: A qualitative investigation of collaboration in the Australian GP education and training sector PDF
Bianca Denny, Andrea Chester, James Brown 45-58
Teaching empathy to undergraduate medical students: Translation to practice PDF
Bee Teng Lim, Helen Moriarty, Mark Huthwaite, Peter Gallagher, Roshan Perera 59-70
Teaching sociology to public health students: Consumption as a reflective learning tool PDF
Rebecca Olson, Edgar Burns 71-83
Using the Freeth/Kirkpatrick model to evaluate interprofessional learning outcomes in a rural setting PDF
Pippa Craig, Sally Hall, Christine Phillips 84-99

Innovative Teaching and Learning Project

Students’ experience and evaluation of peer‐to‐peer learning innovation PDF
Paul Reid, Minh Chau, Jyothi Thalluri 100-104