Discipline Specific Resources
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1. RESOURCES MENU
You will find here, links to all discipline information and resources that will be beneficial for student
Click on each Discipline on the left hand side to view relevant information.
A list of Nursing resources are accessible via the Nursing Clinical Facilitator website.
This includes information regarding:
PebblePad is the platform used for the ANSAT assessment tool
Clinical Challenge template
Nursing placement blocks - ELA1, ELA2, ELA3, ELA4 and ELA5
Video recorded clinical facilitator workshops
Resources are available on the Midwifery Clinical Facilitator website which contains links to information relevant to the Midwifery students journey. From this site you can access the Midwifery Clinical Placement resources.
To know more about what your Midwifery student(s) is studying, further details are available through the Midwifery Library Guides https://guides.library.unisa.edu.au/Midwifery
The Physiotherapy placement handbook is emailed out by the Clinical Placement Unit (CPU) prior to placement commencing.
2021 Assessment of Physiotherapy Practice (APP) Documents
2023 Clinical Education Resources
A list of the Physiotherapy Clinical Educator Resources from the joint UniSA & Flinders University Symposium, February 2020, is available below: 2023 Resources coming soon
Assessment of Physiotherapy Practice (APP)
- Mid Unit Formative Feedback Form
- Mid Unit Student Reflection on Performance
- End of Unit Formative Feedback Form
- Supervising Student in Advanced Physiotherapy Practice
- Unsafe behaviour on Placement
- Unprofessional behaviour on Placement
Australian Physiotherapy Association
6. Occupational Therapy
Details relating to each Occupational Therapy placement will be emailed out by the Clinical Placement Unit (CPU).
Occupational Therapy have designated placement liaison staff who will communicate further with you prior to student placements commencing.
Provided below is documentation to support you as a supervisor/facilitator:
1. Planning for Placement
- AOTA Framework 4th Edition
- Implementing Occupation-Centred Practice (search using DOI number) doi.org/10.4324/9781315297415
- Occupational Therapy Board - Code of Conduct, Standards
- OPPM Fearing Clark and Law
- OPPM Guide and Questions
OTPEC-Q: Enabling quality practice education - https://otpecq.group.uq.edu.au/ (This site contains resources from the team who developed the SPEF-R Tool)
2. Getting to know your student(s)
- Supporting Students from CALD Backgrounds
- HO4 Learning Styles
- Supervising international students on placement
- Supporting dyslexic and dyspraxic health and social care students
- The SPEF-R2 Training
Website is a public site that has a range of useful information and
- For all other questions relating to SPEF-R2, please contact your students respective University Course Coordinator.
Workshops 2021OT Practice Education sessions 1-6 for clinical supervisors:
Workshops 2022Welcome to Practice Education (PPT of presentation) - Moving Forward 28th July 2022.
Presentation recording accessible here.
8. Clinical Exercise Physiology
The below documents are provided to assist Clinical Exercise Physiology student supervisors in assigning a grade to their student/s during placement and to make site supervisors aware that an induction is required with students during the first week of placement.
Additional input that is required from site supervisors includes the signing of digital student reflective journals, oversite of student self-evaluation, and a single case study requiring students to attain some supervisor feedback on a piece of work. It is the responsibility of the Clinical Exercise Physiology student to make the site supervisor aware of and to provide the site supervisor with these pieces in a timely manner to allow the site supervisor time to complete a brief review and critique of the students work/sign relevant documents.
It is not the site supervisors responsibility to pursue the student in regards to assessment pieces.
If a site supervisor has an pressing concerns regarding student performance/any other practicum related concerns they are encouraged to contact practicum coordinator. Please refer to the email from the Clinical Placement Unit (CPU) for latest contact details.
The Pharmacy placement handbook is emailed out by the Clinical Placement Unit (CPU) prior to placement commencing.
10. Multi D Resources
- Supervising international students on placements
- Supporting dyslexic and dyspraxic students on placements resource
- CALD student Strategies for PPE
- Millennial Students in Fieldwork Guidelines
Youtube Workshops for Clinical Placement Supervisors – Monash University
Working with International Students
Providing Feedback to Students
Peer Assisted Learning
Reasonable Adjustments to Workload on Placement