The Department of Communication Disorders Clinical Education Team invite you to attend an interactive day to share current practices, current research and clinical knowledge in the field of Clinical Education.
The symposium will take place on Wednesday 9 December.
The Clinical Education Symposium would suit anyone who is involved or interested in clinical education – both supervising and teaching students . This is a free event.
Topic streams will include:
- Models of supervision
- Current research
- Measuring success with assessment and outcomes
- Building successful relationships with students
- Simulation and case based learning
- Inter-professional learning and collaboration
How to submit
- Email email@example.com your abstract of 100 words outlining your background and work role, tile and topic stream, intended learning outcomes and preferred discussion time (30mins or 1 hour).
- Submissions to present must be received by Friday November 6 2015.
- You will be notified about the success of your submission by 13 November 2015.
How to register
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Registrations close Friday 6 November 2015. Late registrations will be considered on request.
On the day
The Clinical Education Symposium will take place at Puaka-James Hight, Undercroft. Morning tea will be provided.
UC Voice Students perform a programme of works by composers including Handel, Mozart, Puccini, Hahn, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Faure, Barber, Menotti, Gurney, Lilburn and Ostrovsky. Read more…
- Date: Wednesday 14 October 2015, 01:00PM to 14 October 2015, 02:00PM
- Location: St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, 373 Manchester Street, Christchurch
Admission: $10.00 Waged $5.00 Unwaged
On October 15th 2015 at 09:15 the Great New Zealand Shakeout Drill will occur to help New Zealand better prepare. In Canterbury, we need to be aware that there are still potential events ahead which may affect us and as such, and in support of the wider community of New Zealand, it would be appropriate for us to contribute to this drill.
The University has registered as a community for the drill and but please consider signing up individually to show your support and contribution.
- Any building alarms which sound at the time of the drill are to be treated as real, as there is no campus wide notification planned.
- UC Departments are encouraged to participate by conducting drills in their respective areas.
- Evacuation to earthquake assembly areas is not required for the drill, however, staff are strongly encouraged to take the time to review the UC earthquake emergency procedures and become familiar with the earthquake evacuation routes and assembly areas.
More information on the New Zealand Shakeout.
Here are tomorrow’s (Wednesday 16 September) Eco Week events, brought to you by the UC Sustainability Office
12 pm : Climate Kilometre Grand Parade
Do your #ClimateKilometre en masse with Generation Zero, to raise awareness about the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris this November. The Grand Parade will feature electric cars, crazy bikes, colourful costumes, and whatever modes of zero carbon transport you like – be creative! Bikes, skateboards, scooters and rollerblades welcome.
Meet at 12pm by C Block lawn, the parade starts at 12.30pm. Treats and talks in the Undercroft lounge from 1pm onwards!
5.30–7.30 pm: Eco Week Documentary: The True Cost
This year we are screening the ground-breaking and harrowing documentary “The True Cost”. This recently released documentary film pulls back the curtain on the untold story of fashion and asks, who really pays the price for our clothing? Where: The Undercroft 101
Here are tomorrow’s Eco Week events, brought to you by the UC Sustainability Office
12:10–12:40: Tiny House Tiny Talk
Tiny houses tickle your fancy? Lucie Ozanne shares her research highlights on tiny houses. Where: Psychology-Sociology 151.
1pm-4pm: Tiny House Open Day
Visit real life tiny houses built by UC students! Places are limited to 22 people and bookings are essential. Contact email@example.com to book.