Vol 17, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents


Editorial Vol 17.2 PDF
Andy Wearn 1-2


Mental health professional online development (MHPOD): Pilot testing of an online training package for Australian specialist mental health services PDF
Angela Nicholas, Susan Day, Jane Pirkis, Carol Ann Harvey 4-19
Exploring the potential of contemplative pedagogy in health professional education PDF
Caroline Barratt 20-31
Findings from a study on ‘Generation Y’ students' views and preferences about the provision of feedback during practice education PDF
Caroline Hills, Tracy Levett-Jones, Helen Warren-Forward, Samuel Lapkin 32-47
Usage and effects of a lecture recording system on study behaviours of preclinical medical students in Thailand PDF
Cherdsak Iramaneerat, Prowpanga Udompap, Patawee Na Bangchang, Sutheethorn Thongtan, Chuleeporn Jaruthamsopon 48-57
Twelve tips for educating tomorrow’s clinical educators today: A proactive approach to clinical education (PACE) PDF
Keri Moore, Louise Horstmanshof 58-69
Discussion Paper: Commissioning of medical education in the post-registration arena PDF
Kieran Walsh, Gary Rogers 70-74

Innovative Teaching and Learning Project

Unconscious bias and the value of training for medical students PDF
Lori Graham, Anna Graham, Courtney West 75-79
Student feedback on learning and teaching: The value of focus groups PDF
Susan Edgar, William Gibson 80-84