MACH Teach

Clinical Supervision Online

The EXCITE team at the University of Melbourne, led by Professor Steve Trumble, has developed the evidence-based Clinical Supervision Online program for the time-poor clinician.

 

The program, which has received excellent reviews through the pilot phase and early users of the module, is based on a mobile delivery platform allowing efficient and flexible completion. Key principles include learner-centred education, coaching for self-regulation, and generating a climate of trust, respect and safety to enable learning.

Module tutorials are suited to the busy emerging clinical educator and those who wish to do a refresher alike. The modules include:

• What is supervision?

• No-fuss theories

• Coaching clinical learners

• Learner-centred clinical supervision

• The challenging learner

• The reflective supervisor

Discounted Enrolment for MACH partners

Staff from MACH-affiliated institutions can access the online course for the reduced fee of $150

Bulk enrolment for MACH partners

MACH-affiliated institutions can also purchase a bulk enrolments at the reduced fee of $150 by contacting the Mobile Learning Unit at: mobile-learning@unimelb.edu.au and quoting that the enrolments are through the MACH agreement.

Recognition of Prior Learning

RACP will grant recognition of prior learning for modules 1 and 2 of their Supervisor Professional Development Program (if participants have worked for 3 years as an RACP supervisor) . Module 3 will still need to be completed through the RACP.

ABOUT US

The MACH is an NHMRC recognised Advanced Health Research and Translation Centre.

The mission of the MACH is to improve health and wellbeing by integrating medical research, education and clinical care.

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