3 x 1-hour tutorials per semester 1 x 16-hour independent study weekly
1 PALL8432 - Understanding Literature for Evidence-Based Practice 2 Completed 45 units of topics in course Must Satisfy: (1 and 2)
Enrolment not permitted
PALL8405 has been successfully completed
Familiarity in the use of literature and accessing relevant databases including OVID Medline, CINAHL, PubMed and any others appropriate to the area of study.
This topic is available to Postgraduate students only.
Assignments; Portfolio; Tutorial Participation.
This topic provides an opportunity for students to consolidate their postgraduate study and extend their learning into professional practice and work place settings. It is designed to challenge and grow the student’s higher level communication, dissemination and critical thinking abilities by developing and completing a field of study that is relevant and is of interest to the individual student.
The aim of this topic is to provide students with the opportunity to;
consolidate and critically review their own postgraduate learning to apply a capstone experience to their clinical/workplace setting
extend and deepen their analytical and strategic thinking
develop networks and linkages with industry, professional bodies, their workplace setting or consumer groups
consolidate and develop higher level communication and dissemination skills (written, interpersonal, professional presentation or publication).
Expected learning outcomes
On successful completion of this topic students will be able to:
Extend their analytical, strategic thinking and problem solving skills
Further develop their career networking skills and/or experience
Consolidate higher level communication (written, oral, professional) negotiation and dissemination skills
Deepen their critical self-reflection and commitment to further learning and personal/ professional development
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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