The programme on Wednesday includes the
Physiology Education Workshop, Symposium and free communications session
Note: "Physiology eduction stream only" registration options are available.
The Physiology Majors Interest Group (PMIG) of the American Physiological Society recently collated generic and technical skills they thought should be developed by students undertaking a Physiology major in their degree-program. At the AuPS Education Workshop this year, we will use an on-line survey tool to provide anonymous feedback on these 'Physiology' skills. Following evaluation of our feedback, we will develop multiple choice questions to assess some of the specific physiology technical skills.
Facilitators: Julia Choate (Monash University) and Juliey Beckman (ANU)
The symposia on Wednesday is entitled "21st Innovations in Physiology Practical classes", chaired by Julia Choate. Click here for more information.
There are two education focused free communication sesssions on Wednesday afternoon exploring 'Innovations in physiology education' and 'Physiology education across the country'
The Michael Roberts Prize is awarded to AuPS members who have demonstrated a sustained performance of excellence in the delivery of physiology education at the tertiary level, and make a contribution to the teaching activities of AuPS.
Applications for the 2019 prize are open closing on the 7th October 2019