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CAPHIA TEACHING AND LEARNING FORUM 19-20 SEPTEMBER 2013 PUBLIC HEALTH TEACHING IN A CHANGING UNIVERISTY ENVIRONMENT Deakin University Melbourne City Centre.

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1 CAPHIA TEACHING AND LEARNING FORUM SEPTEMBER 2013 PUBLIC HEALTH TEACHING IN A CHANGING UNIVERISTY ENVIRONMENT Deakin University Melbourne City Centre 550 Bourke St, Melbourne

2 PROGRAM DAY 1 : THURSDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION CAPHIA WELCOME AND UPDATE Catherine Bennett, Chair, CAPHIA Executive Committee, and Head, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University WELCOME TO FORUM Professor Jane den Hollander, Vice-Chancellor and President, Deakin University PUBLIC HEALTH TEACHING AND LEARNING INNOVATIONS CHAIR: Catherine Bennett, Head, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, and Chair, CAPHIA Executive Committee, Flipping heck! Flipping the classroom: pedagogical and budgetary drivers – a case study Lisa Fitzgerald, School of Population Health, University of Queensland Education where you are – literally. Using technology to blur located and cloud learning Matthew Dunn, Fiona McKay, and Hayley McKenzie School of Health and Social Development, Faculty of Health, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia Using Mobile and Web Content to Engage Students with Academic Integrity: The FAIR Project Melissa Russell 1 Jacqueline Kate Williams 1,2, Catherine Howell 2, Rebecca Cameron 3,, Oliver Christian Lock 2 1 School of Population Health, University of Melbourne, Parkville 2 Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, Parkville 3 Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Parkville

3 PROGRAM DAY 1 : THURSDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER MORNING TEA How effective is blended learning in teaching Evidence Based Medicine to medical students? Dragan, Ilic 1, William Hart 2, Patrick Fiddes 3,4, Marie Misso 5, Elmer Villanueva 4 1 Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Victoria 2 Department of Medical Education, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia 3 Peninsula Health, Frankston, Victoria 4 Gippsland Medical School, Monash University, Churchill, Victoria 5 Monash Applied Research, School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Victoria The Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) Program – using a blended face-to-face and online model to teach field epidemiology O’Connor B, Patel MS, Davis S, Kirk M Research School of Population Health and Medical School, College of Medicine, Biology and Environment. Australian National University, Canberra Field excursions in postgraduate teaching and learning Robinson P, Heddle C, Erbas B, Fawkes S, Rumbold B, Vally H, Lin V School of Public Health & Human Biosciences, La Trobe University Bring the workplace into the classroom: Integrating workplace needs into student projects Fiona McKay, Hayley McKenzie and Matthew Dunn School of Health and Social Development, Faculty of Health, Deakin University, Victoria LUNCH

4 PROGRAM DAY 1 : THURSDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER PANEL DISCUSSION MOOCs – MANNA OR MENACE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION? INTODUCTION Beverly Oliver, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University WORKSHOP A SWAT ANALYSIS OF INDIGENOUS PUBLIC HEALTH INTEGRATION MODELS CONVENOR Vanessa Lee, University of Sydney and Member, CAPHIA Executive Committee Public Health Indigenous Leadership in Education (PHILE) Network AFTERNOON TEA WORKSHOP - Continued

5 PROGRAM DAY 2 : FRIDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER EUROPEAN, AUSTRALIAN AND ASIA-PACIFIC REGION PUBLIC HEALTH ACCREDITATION DIRECTIONS CHAIR: Michael Moore, CEO, Public Health Association of Australia, and Member, CAPHIA Executive Committee Swiss, European and WFPHA activities in teaching and learning – Overview Bettina Borisch Professor of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Geneva Director of the Secretariat of the World Federation of Public Health Associations Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) Accreditation Catherine Bennett, School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, and Chair, CAPHIA Executive Committee PUBLIC HEALTH COMPETENCIES AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CHAIR: Erica James, School of Medicine & Public Health, University of Newcastle, and Secretary, CAPHIA Executive Committee Curriculum renewal in undergraduate public health at The University of Adelaide: increasing coherence, engagement and vocational focus Rebecca Tooher on behalf of the School of Population Health Bachelor of Health Sciences Working Party* University of Adelaide, School of Population Health (*The School of Population Health Bachelor of Health Sciences Working Party members: Rebecca Tooher, Dino Pisaniello, Annette Braunack-Mayer, John Lynch, Caroline Laurence, Emma Miller, Shona Crabb, Adriana Milazzo, Paul Rothmore, Catherine Chittleborough, Gillian Laven, Tanya Wittwer, Dylan Coleman, Jenny Baker, Vivienne Moore)

6 PROGRAM DAY 2 : FRIDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER MORNING TEA A novel approach to teaching the New Public Health in a medical curriculum Evelyne de Leeuw, Scott McCoombe, Lisa Chaffey & Erik Martin Deakin University Medical School, Waurn Ponds Campus, Geelong, Victoria Mapping Professional Competencies To Curriculum: Strategies and tools for demonstrating the extent to which curriculum meets competencies Bronwyn Carter 1, Lesley Ervin 2, Priscilla Robinson 1, Jennifer Lowe 3, Elizabeth Wright 3 1 La Trobe University, 2 Deakin University, 3 Public Health Agency of Canada Reviewing a medical curriculum to encourage reflective practice Sharyn Milnes, Lisa Chaffey, Evelyne de Leeuw Deakin University Medical School, Waurn Ponds Campus, Geelong, Victoria Enhancing the student undergraduate learning experience by improving tertiary pathways Basia Diug, Jayamini Iillesinghe Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria When your scenario hits the front page: engaging public health students in environmental urgency Melissa Haswell, Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW and Postgraduate Scholars in Environmental Health, School of Public Health and Community Medicine

7 PROGRAM DAY 2 : FRIDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER _________________ Empowering Indigenous health competencies in a mainstream public health program Lisa Jackson Pulver, Melissa Haswell, Sally Fitzpatrick, Megan Williams, Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit; Lois Meyer, School of Public Health and Community Medicine LUNCH DISCUSSION SESSION PUBLIC HEALTH, TEQSA AND THE AQF CONVENOR: Glenda Lawrence, Director of Public Health Coursework Programs, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, and Associate Dean (Postgraduate Coursework), University of New South Wales, NSW SPEAKERS: Di Booker, Director (Policy), Office of The Australian Qualifications Framework Council SPEAKERS: Di Booker, Director, Director (Policy), Office of the Australian Qualifications Framework Council OTHERS?

8 PROGRAM DAY 2 : FRIDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER INNOVATION SNAPSHOTS Using innovative teaching methods to engage in students in a research environment Basia Diug, Jayamini Iillesinghe Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria Developing and Implementing Public Health Education in Tasmania Kate MacIntyre, Silvana Bettiol, Stella Stevens School of Medicine, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania Promoting Mental Health Information via the Workplace: Mental Health Guru Susan Goldsmid, Kathleen Griffiths, Kylie Bennett, Anthony Bennett, Bradley Carron-Arthur The Australian National University, Canberra Group projects in public health- developing work-ready graduates Stasinka, Ms Ania and Fisher, Professor Colleen School of Population Health, University of Western Australia Structuring Public Health Education for a Capital Contribution: Policy and Workforce Relevance Joan Corbett, University of Canberra, Faculty of Health. Input from Tony Capon; Maggie Jamieson; Michael Sparks; and Director of the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH) Rachel Davey Teaching and learning advocacy in medical schools Indira Samarawickrema, Australian National University Medical School and National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health; Christine Phillips, Australian National University Medical School; David Harley, Australian National University Medical School and NCEPH 3.15 CLOSING - Catherine Bennett, Chair, CAPHIA Executive Committee


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