Workshop led by Dr. Margo Brewer, Curtin University
Date: Wednesday 14th February, 2018
Time: 9.00am – 1.30pm (Morning tea and lunch provided)
Venue: Room 230, Building 211, Curtin University Map The room and building have been changed since originally publicised.
Register before COB on Wednesday 7th February.
Free to ACEN member (however you must register)
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Dr. Margo Brewer
Dr. Margo Brewer is the Director of Practice and Interprofessional Education in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University, having been involved in health professional education since 1983. Margo leads clinical education across 26 courses and the interprofessional education curriculum delivered to over 5,000 students each year. Margo has been awarded several teaching excellence awards for her interprofessional education program including the OLT Teaching and Learning Award for Programs that Enhance Learning. She has led multiple national teaching and research grants and her research has been presented at national and international conference including international plenary addresses.
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