Lecture Overview

Brief

"So we went down the hall, down another hall, into a disused ward, and then at the back of the ward, in an office, in the bottom of the filing cabinets, we found the evaluations". Sound familiar? But just what does this say about the value and importance we place on evaluations? Evaluations are critical components of your education, and evaluating well can lead to a change in learner behaviour. In this engaging and lively presentation from Cynthea Wellings, learn how you can start making the most of your evaluations.

Educators

Cynthea Wellings

Cynthea Wellings was educated as a registered nurse at the Royal London Hospital, England, Cynthea Wellings migrated to Australia in 1981. Her extensive nursing experience, both in England and Australia, involved working in community and general hospital settings, as well as a short period in mental health nursing. Her passion, however, was always trauma nursing. After completing postgraduate qualifications in gerontology nursing, Cynthea focused her attention on continence promotion becoming a founding member of the Continence Foundation of Australia, and co-authoring a bestselling book about urinary incontinence. Now, as CEO of Ausmed Education Pty Ltd, Cynthea works with a large range of nurses and other professionals to develop high quality continuing professional development activities. In 2014, Cynthea was recognised as one of Australia's '100 Women of Influence'.

Reviews

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4 Total Rating(s)

This lecture was fantastic. A very impressive example of evidence based practice in nursing education. Thank you.

Jane Smith
09 Nov 2018

Interesting topic worth taking the time to listen and reflect on

Sarah hughes
16 Apr 2018

Really great information, especially with relation to post training / education change.

Nicholas Stewart Cleave
03 Mar 2018

very informative

Travis McAndrew
01 Mar 2018