The Spirit of Learning in the Australian Community

Emma Kennedy, Lucie Walters, Justin Gladman, Leesa Walker, Janet Richards, Kat Cameron, Helen Wozniak, Heidi Hodge, Debbie Hough, Elena Rudnik, Narelle Campbell, Pascale Dettwiller, John Wakerman, Jennene Greenhill

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    Abstract

    Flinders University medical students have the opportunity to be immersed in rural or remote communities throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory during their four year postgraduate MD course. These communities provide a rich context in which the students live and learn. We have asked a cross-section of our community members what the value of having a student learning in their community is and will bring you the responses in an engaging interactive audio-visual presentation. Each of you will receive a picturesque postcard from an Australian rural community member with their response.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages42-42
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016
    EventICEMEN 2016 : Putting Communities in the Driver's Seat - Delta Waterfront Hotel and Convention Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
    Duration: 20 Jun 201625 Jun 2016
    https://doczz.net/doc/3229333/icemen-2016-conference-program (Conference program)

    Conference

    ConferenceICEMEN 2016
    Abbreviated titleICEMEN 2016
    Country/TerritoryCanada
    CitySault Ste. Marie
    Period20/06/1625/06/16
    OtherICEMEN 2016 (International conference on Community Engaged Medical Education in the North) is a five-day conference exploring themes of social accountability and community engagement in medical education and research. With a theme of The Story of Community Engaged Health Professional Education and Research: The Community in the Driver’s Seat, ICEMEN 2016 will investigate how community-driven health education and research builds healthy communities.
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