Using education interventions in falls research: a framework for evidence based education design

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Workshop Aim: The aim of this workshop is to explore the key features of best practice educational design as applied to falls prevention research Workshop Objectives This workshop will provide you with the opportunity to: - Differentiate research methodology from educational pedagogy - Describe the main educational theories that apply to experiential learning - Discuss and critique the quality of education interventions reported in falls prevention interventional trials - Apply a framework and model of educational design to guide research design - Apply a model of educational evaluation to measure both process of learning and translational patient related outcomes within lines of enquiry - Describe the key elements of education interventions to report in publications of educational interventions - Apply educational principles to own research activities Introduction: This workshop will develop your knowledge and skills for designing education programs for falls prevention research. It will include enhancing your skills in how to critique, develop, implement, measure and report educational interventions and outcomes. These skills will then be applied to the falls prevention research context to support quality research design. The workshop will use interactive small group methods such as discussions, brainstorm activities, paired exercises, and small group practical hands on activities to explore the learning objectives. At the conclusion of the workshop you will be asked to reflect on key learning points and be offered the opportunity to provide verbal and written feedback on what has worked well in the workshop and what could be improved.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHolmesglen VIC Australia
PublisherHolmesglen Institute
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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