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Is the graduate attributes approach sufficient to develop work ready graduates
Many universities have graduate attributes often referred to as generic skills, soft skills or work ready skills. Our study of the professional work experiences of recent Australian InformationExpand
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Towards understanding the non-technical work experiences of recent Australian information technology graduates
This paper is a part of an education research degree study where the main objective of the research is to describe and analyse the non-technical work experiences of recent Information Technology (IT)Expand
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Preparedness for eHealth: Health Sciences Students' Knowledge, Skills, and Confidence.
There is increasing recognition of the role eHealth will play in the effective and efficient delivery of healthcare. This research challenges the assumption that students enter university as digitalExpand
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A New Model of Clinical Education to Increase Student Placement Availability: The Capacity Development Facilitator Model.
This paper reports on a trial of a new model of clinical education designed to increase student clinical placement availability and address workforce constraints on supervision. The University ofExpand
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Professional work experiences of recent Australian information technology graduates
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"I can do it": Does confidence and perceived ability in learning new ICT skills predict pre-service health professionals' attitude towards engaging in e-healthcare?
This study examined how health students' confidence and perceived ability for learning new ICT skills affect their attitude towards engaging in e-health.BACKGROUND There are many factors affecting health professionals' willingness to engage in ehealth. Expand
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Palliative care physicians’ perspectives on transferring patients to nursing homes and communication strategies to facilitate this transition: A qualitative study
Background: As modern medicine extends the life expectancy of patients with life-limiting illnesses and health system resource pressures intensify, palliative care physicians increasingly need toExpand
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The Role of Universities, Employers, Graduates and Professional Associations in the Development of Professional Skills of New Graduates
We examine the role of universities, employers, professional associations and graduates in the development of professional skills of new university graduates, through studying the professional workExpand
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The relevance of university degrees for developing work-ready Information Technology graduates
There is an increasing expectation that Universities have a responsibility to produce work ready graduates. Past and current literature focuses on academic, professional associations and employerExpand
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The effect of speech-language pathology students on clinician time use and activity
Abstract Purpose: This prospective study investigated the impact of supervising students on public health speech-language pathologists’ (SLPs) time and patient activity levels in order to broadenExpand