Browsing School of Interprofessional Health Studies by Author "Power, N"
Brown, SJ; White, S; Bowmar, A; Power, N (Timeline Publication, 2016)Studying introductory human physiology is an essential part of the nursing, midwifery, and paramedicine university curriculum. Academic success is important, although attitude also contributes to an undergraduate’s experience. ...
Cluster Analysis of Assessment in a Compulsory Human Physiology Course for Health Science Undergraduates Brown, S; White, S; Power, N; Bowmar, A (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA), 2015)No abstract.
Brown, S; White, S; Power, N (International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (IJTLHE), 2016)Academic content common to health science programs is often taught to a mixed group of students; however, content assessment may be consistent for each discipline. This study used a retrospective cluster analysis on such ...