Personal Learning Environments
What are they and how might they help the learner and faculty?
My Personal Learning Environment Portfolio.
In this blog Dr Sarah Hutton discusses the role that anxiety plays in everyone’s lives and when anxiety may become a problem.
Keys aspects of the Mental Health Act for medical students and junior medical staff
10 personal learning lessons I compiled for a Grand rounds presentation
Sometimes we really need to have that awkward conversation
A discussion about time-management, priorities, to-do lists and flipping lists.
For a number of reasons there are some topics or questions that we find less easy to ask of our patients.
A primer on psychiatric history taking for medical students and junior medical officers
A brief outline of the potential relevance of PLEs to medical training.
Recently I hosted an inaugural Medical Education event in my local area.
Interviewing an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander patient
I highly recommend all medical students and JMOs complete this excellent training module.
I own this site
I was born on Mouheneenner land in Hobart, Tasmania and I pay my respect to the traditional owners of the lands I live and work on and elders past and present. My two most important roles in life are proud husband and father of two boys.
I am a clinical psychiatrist and medical educationalist from Newcastle. From 2012 to 2016 I was the (Executive) Medical Director of HETI. I have trained and worked in psychiatry in a number of rural locations and was an advocate for the development of the NSW Rural Generalist Training Program.
I am now currently working in Newcastle teaching and training medical students, junior doctors and psychiatry trainees. I am also enrolled in a PhD in medical education.