- Tutorial 1: What is Clinical Supervision?
- Tutorial 2: A brief look at educational theories
- Tutorial 3: Coaching Clinical Learners
- Tutorial 4: Learner centered clinical supervision
- Tutorial 5: The challenging Learner
- Tutorial 6: Being a Reflective Supervisor
Assessment is submission of the eLearning self-assessments contained within the course, as well as submission of 10 case studies. A Certificate of Completion is provided upon satisfactorily completing the course.
Course completion requires approximately 10 hours. Although most learning will occur as participants apply new techniques to their daily work.
The eLearning package provides complete flexibility for busy clinicians to study in their own time and location. Program materials can be accessed through the eLearning Education app on any device with iOS, Android or Windows systems, or by using a web browser.
Steve Trumble is Head of the Department of Medical Education, a role that includes coordinating the Melbourne Medical School's Doctor of Medicine program. A general practitioner by training, Steve began his academic career developing teaching, research and clinical services in the field of developmental disability medicine before taking leadership roles in vocational training and now entry-to-practice medical education. He established the Melbourne Medical School's EXCITE (Excellence in Clinical Teaching) program that provides award courses for clinicians who teach. He is involved in research across the spectrum of education for the health professions.