Julie-Anne Foster

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Julie-Anne Foster

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Teaching areas

  • Paramedic Clinical Practicum 2
  • Paramedic Clinical Practicum 3
  • Paramedic Clinical Practicum 4 Simulation

Research areas

  • integrative pedagogical curriculum design
  • multi-modality immersive simulation
  • student clinical placement experience
  • visualisation and simulation

Profile

Julie-Anne has been a clinical paramedic with the Queensland Ambulance Service since 1998, during this time she has worked extensively in both urban and in rural and remote areas throughout Queensland.

Julie-Anne has completed a Master of Education through the University of the Sunshine Coast and is currently studying a Master of Emergency Health through Monash University.

Julie-Anne’s focus at the moment is simulated education and the student work integrated learning experience. Julie-Anne has a passion for developing ethical, compassionate, clinical decision makers who will join with the allied health team to produce better health outcomes for the community.

Simulation Lead

Currently developing a simulation strategy and frame work for the USC paramedic science program that incorporates structured simulation pedagogy and constructively aligned curriculum design.

Professional memberships

Paramedics Australasia

Research grants

Year

Project title

Organisation

$

Role

Status

2015

USC Commissioned Grants: Immersive Simulation and application cross-discipline

USC

30,000

Co-researcher

In progress

2015-2016

OLT Innovation and Development Grant application

USC, JCU and QUT

Up to 250,000

Co-Lead researcher

In progress

2015

Nominal Group Technique to evaluate immersive simulation in paramedicine.

USC

 

Co-researcher

In progress

2015

Paramedic Science program team lead simulation

USC

NA

Lead

In progress

2015

USC L and T week: Enhancing the paramedic pedagogical toolkit through immersive simulation

USC

NA

Presenter

Completed

2015

USC L and T week:  Moving forward – more perspectives on integrative practice

USC

NA

Co-presenter

Completed

2015

USC L and T week: Impact of a flipped classroom approach in higher education on students’ engagement in self-directed learning: a pilot study

USC

NA

 

 

Co-researcher and author

Completed

2015

HERDSA Presentation: Integrative pedagogy to support tertiary students’ development of learning for life capabilities: A pilot study

USC

NA

Co-researcher

Completed

2015

Student paramedic experiences of learning in the workplace (A/15/697)

USC

NA

Co-researcher

In progress

2015

Immersive simulation for paramedic science pilot project.

USC

NA

Lead researcher

In progress

2015

Flipped Classroom Presentation: Our transition to integrated teaching and learning. May 2015

USC Learning and Teaching Forum

NA

Co-presenter

Completed

2015

Presentation: The Australian Resuscitation Council Neonate Satellite Conference: The collapsed mother.

The Australian Resuscitation Conference Melbourne.

NA

Co-presenter

Completed

2015

USC Flipped Class Room CoP presentation: April

USC

NA

Co-researcher

Completed

2014

Evaluating flipping in public health courses: Development and pilot of the Flipped Classroom Student Engagement Questionnaire (FCSEQ)

USC

NA

Co-researcher

Completed

2014

Presentation: Evaluating flipping in public health courses: Development and pilot of the Flipped Classroom Student Engagement Questionnaire (FCSEQ)

National CAPHIA Teaching and Learning Forum (Perth)

NA

Co-author

Completed

2014

Presentation: Evaluating flipping: Development and pilot of the Flipped Classroom Student Engagement Questionnaire (FCSEQ)

USC 2014 Learning and Teaching Forum

NA

Co-presenter

Completed

2014

USC Learning and Teaching week presentation: Integrative Pedagogy

USC 2014 Learning and Teaching Forum

NA

Co-presenter

Completed

2013/14

Grant: The impact of a flipped classroom approach in higher education on students’ engagement in self-directed learning

USC

10,000

Researcher

Completed

2013/14

Grant: WIL Knowledge in Motion: Using mobile technologies to facilitate authentic WIL assessment and learning practice for 21st Century practice settings

USC

30,000

Researcher

Closed

2013

Research project: An exploration of academics’ experiences of transitioning from a traditional to a flipped classroom approach to teaching and learning in higher education (Ethics Approval A/13/453)

USC

Nil

Lead researcher

Complete

2013

Paramedics as the legal decision maker for patients’ lacking capacity: Paramedic knowledge of the law, futility and end of life decision making.

USC

10,000

Researcher

Current

2013

Paramedic Students’ Experiences of the Off Campus Clinical Setting: A Longitudinal Study

USC

Nil

Researcher

Current

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