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Award for Excellence in Allied Health Education

Do you know an outstanding clinical educator at the Princess Alexandra Hospital who makes a difference to students, colleagues or patients?

Nominate a colleague and they will have the chance to win a $1,000 professional development bursary during this year's PAH Health Symposium.

Who is eligible?

This prestigious award is presented to exemplary allied health clinicians employed by the Princess Alexandra Hospital who provide clinical education to allied health staff and students, in addition to their clinical duties.

Allied health clinicians strive for continuous improvement in access to, and quality of clinical education for pre-entry students, new graduates and staff.  They employ a range of evidence based clinical education strategies underpinned by the principles of sustainability, consistency, efficiency and collaboration.

The Award for Excellence in Allied Health Education is determined by the Executive Director of Clinical Support Services with support from the allied health workforce development team and the Chair of the Metro South Allied Health Clinical Educator Network.

The award recipient will receive a $1,000 professional development bursary during this year's PAH Health Symposium.

Eligibility: Allied health clinicians who have won this award within the last five years are NOT eligible for nomination (2014–2018). Refer to list of past award winners here.

Nomination criteria

Within the last 12 months the nominee has demonstrated a significant contribution to clinical education at the Princess Alexandra Hospital through:

  • The development of evidence-informed education opportunities to meet students and or staff learning needs.
  • The use of evidence-informed techniques to develop knowledge and skills.
  • A commitment to ongoing support for the translation of learning in to practice.
  • A commitment to staff or students learning and professional development.
  • Connect the learning and development to the provision of safe quality patient care.
  • A commitment to promotion of key learning outcomes to intra- and inter-professional colleagues.
  • Acknowledge the need for sustainability of learning outcomes.
  • Demonstrated capability to engage key stakeholders to maximise outcomes.

Nominee's must:

  • Be employed as an allied health practitioner at Princess Alexandra Hospital (including but not limited to audiology, cardiac sciences, leisure therapy, nutrition and dietetics, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, prosthetics and orthotics, psychology, radiation therapy, radiography, respiratory sciences, social work, and speech pathology).
  • Demonstrate a high level of commitment to their profession in continuous teaching and learning, over and above their role requirement.
  • Be recognised as an outstanding allied health professional whose teaching, education and support makes a significant difference to students, colleagues or patients.
  • Be recognised by colleagues as an outstanding role model.
  • Have a positive influence on their colleagues/team.

Nominations close

5pm Sunday 21 July 2019.

Nomination form

Eligibility: Allied health clinicians who have won this award within the last five years are NOT eligible for nomination (2014–2018). Refer to list of past award winners here.

Please note, all fields are mandatory.

Last updated 22 July 2019
Last reviewed 26 June 2020