Useful Links

Useful Links

  • This is a HWA funded Queensland Regional Training Network project. It is inter-professional, cross-sectoral and cross-university. The portal provides free access to learning resources for clinical educators of entry-level allied health students

http://www.clinedaus.org.au/

  • NHET-Sim is funded as part of the Simulated Learning Environments (SLE) Programs that Health Workforce Australia (HWA) is undertaking as a result of the work being implemented under the National Partnership Agreement (NPA) on Hospital and Health Workforce Reform

http://www.nhet-sim.edu.au/

  • Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health’s primary objective is to advocate for, develop and provide services to enable Allied Health Professionals who live and work in rural and remote areas of Australia to confidently and competently carry out their professional duties in providing a variety of health services to rural and remote Australians

http://www.sarrah.org.au

  • The Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) is the professional association for practitioners and researchers from the higher education sector, industry, community and government representatives, involved in work integrated learning (WIL) in Australia

http://acen.edu.au/

  • AIPPEN is a network of individuals, groups, institutions and organisations committed to researching, delivering, promoting and supporting interprofessional learning, through interprofessional education and practice, across Australia and New Zealand

www.aippen.net

  • JIPWEN was established in June 28, 2008 by ten Japanese universities who are engaged in health professions education. These universities have been implementing unique interprofessional education (IPE) programs, and mostly been awarded Good Practices by the Japanese Government with financial support

http://jipwen.dept.showa.gunma-u.ac.jp/

  • Emerald Insight - although not directly targeted at clinical educators, Emerald Insight's teaching zone is designed to provide support and ideas for people working in a teaching environment and is free for all QH staff to access

http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/teaching/index.htm

  • NSW CSSP Resources (HETI Program) (internet access required)

http://www.heti.nsw.gov.au/programs/cssp/

  • Preceptor Education Program (PEP) - free online program from Canada to help you prepare for clinical placements. Can access any time anywhere once you register and receive you login information. Various modules (each take about 30 minutes to complete), and is full of quick tips and downloadable learning activities and tools

http://www.preceptor.ca/index.html

  • Victorian Clinical Education Resource portal (internet access required)

https://vicportal.net.au/vicportal/

  • On Track: towards sustainable supervision of students
    In 2013, the WACHS Allied Health Clinical Education Program undertook the development of an inter-profession eLearning Package with funding made available by Health Workforce Australia.

The online package is free training, covering everything from planning, commencing, carrying and evaluating student placements. Designed for rural and remote allied health and nursing professionals and appropriate for both experienced supervisors and those new to supervision, the course can be completed singularly or together as a whole course. If you are a staff member of the WA Country Health Service access this package from the WACHS intranet. If you are not a staff member, you still have full access

http://www.health.wa.gov.au/wactn/home/resources.cfm

  • Clinical Supervision support program funded by HWA including Qld CSSP Project site

http://www.health.qld.gov.au/clinedq/html/cssp.asp

  • Health Workforce Australia’s (HWA) Clinical Supervision Support Program (CSSP) aims to expand clinical supervision capacity and competence across the educational and training continuum by supporting measures to prepare and train clinical supervisors. Here are some useful links and reports as an outcome of the Clinical Supervision Support Program by HWA since July 2010. I recommend the first two if you are time poor: