A case study : evaluating the effectiveness of inter-professional collaboration in a “flipped classroom"
Thorogood, Joanna; Haven, Jennifer; Farry, Matthew; Rhodes, David
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Citation:Thorogood, J., Haven, J., Farry, M., and Rhodes, D. (2014). A case study : evaluating the effectiveness of interprofessional collaboration in a "flipped classroom". Paper presented at Auckland: AUT NZ Inter-professional Health Conference 2014.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3084
The story...1st year presentations Seven first year Medical Imaging students were required to undertake a presentation in relation to an artefact they have seen in the clinical department, and to discuss its impact on image quality and the patient or staff. They were also asked to describe rectification and prevention measures. The students identified an equipment artefact seen on all paediatric chest x-rays taken with a specific piece of equipment. This had not been identified as something which could potentially obscure a pathological condition by the liaison radiologist reporting on the images. The net result was that a training programme was set up for all staff in the use of this equipment; plus a suggested change of policy in relation to the use of this equipment when taking baseline images. [There follows student reflections on their team-based learning experience]