Most allied health curricula are designed to provide broad placement opportunities that cover a range of different client types and service settings, based on the assumption that competency will not transfer across clinical contexts. Yet, the research in this area has not been conducted in work integrated learning/placement situations. There is little research evidence supporting either transfer of knowledge and skills across clinical contexts, or of developmental models of competency. There is also little published information on how students’ progress from novice to competent for independent clinical practice.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||Making Waves Speech Pathology Australia National Conference 2016 - Crown Perth, Perth, Australia|
Duration: 15 May 2016 → 18 May 2016
https://www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au/SPAweb/Professional_Development/National_Conference/2016/National_Conference_2016.aspx (Conference program)
|Conference||Making Waves Speech Pathology Australia National Conference 2016|
|Period||15/05/16 → 18/05/16|
|Other||The theme for National Conference 2016 was MAKINGWAVES.|
The National Conference 2016 took you from the creation of sound waves when we speak, to the waves made by challenging communication barriers and advancing effective advocacy for people of all ages with communication and swallowing difficulties.
The Conference was MAKINGWAVES by promoting new ideas and research to ensure that we continuously strive to achieve more for our profession and the people we work with.
- Clinical competency
- speech pathology