Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Education Research Symposium

 
Symposium Microphone

Further Information

The submission deadline for abstracts has now closed.

Key Contacts

Professor Sandra Carr

Associate Dean, Teaching & Learning

Caroline Martin

Administrative Officer

The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is proud to present the 3rd Biennial Education Research Symposium on Thursday 21 May 2015.

The Symposium aims to enrich the teaching and learning experience by providing student researchers and staff an opportunity to share their research ideas, projects and best practices in areas of medical and health professional education across all schools in the Faculty.

The event will be a prelude to the annual Faculty Excellence in Teaching Awards Ceremony, and in the same spirit of the awards, will provide an opportunity to explore themes of mutual interest in a community of educators whilst recognising the accomplishments of students and staff.

We encourage staff and students who are involved in educational research to take this opportunity to  present your work with the wider Faculty community, develop your presentation skills and receive feedback on your research from your peers. Abstracts can be submitted at the online link below.

Thank you to all students and staff who submitted abstracts for this event. The call for abstracts is now closed.

Event Registration

Attendance and participation of staff and students at this event is warmly invited. Join us in hearing about the innovative research ideas and projects that are being undertaken in the Faculty by staff and student researchers.

The Symposium will be held at The University Club of Western Australia on Thursday 21st May from 10am - 2pm.

Registration is free to all Faculty students and staff.

To register your attendance, click here.

For the complete program and abstracts, please see the 2015 Event Program below.

2011 & 2013 Education Research Symposia: Past Presenters and Programs

Our acknowledgement and gratitude to the presenters who contributed to the success of past symposia with the quality and diversity of the research presented. Both events affirmed the outstanding quality of our students and highlighted the progress and promise of the research efforts of Faculty staff.

Further details of past presenters and their research are available in the 2011 and 2013 Symposium Programs below.