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Researcher: Williams, A-MM (Dr Anne-Marie Williams)

Fields of Research

Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Higher education
Health services and systems
Biological (physical) anthropology
Sports medicine
Educational psychology
Aged health care
Preventative health care
Health informatics and information systems
Education assessment and evaluation
Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
Archaeological science
Forensic biology
Dental materials and equipment
Applied statistics

Research Objectives

Assessment, development and evaluation of curriculum
Learner and learning
Teaching and instruction technologies
Other health
Understanding Australia's past
Evaluation of health and support services
Equity and access to education
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Injury prevention and control
Management, resources and leadership
Higher education
Information systems, technologies and services
Expanding knowledge in law and legal studies

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'If you build it, they will come?': The nature of student engagement with online anatomy resources; ANZACA 2014
A psychometric evaluation of the anatomy learning experiences questionnaire and correlations with learning outcomes; Anatomical Sciences Education
A University’s Competitive Edge: Developing Graduate Capabilities Using 360QP Quality Enhancement; HERDSA Conference 2015
An investigation of the interprofessional value in a wilderness trauma program for medical and paramedic students; All Together Better Health VI Conference
Anatomical body painting: an inexpensive, high-impact face-to-face practical for a generalist anatomy student cohort; Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists (ANZACA) Meeting,
Any place to engage students in learning and teaching in Health: The role of social media; Teaching Matters 2014
Cadaver path: Integration of anatomy and anatomical pathology in the dissection laboratory; Australian & New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists
Care of frail and older adults: A content analysis of paramedic operational clinical practice guidelines; International Emergency Nursing
Case-based learning - making the most of what we have; ANZAHPE
Community of Practice finding common inner space through Quality Pursuit; Teaching Matters 2014 – “Spaces and Places”
Dissection and peer teaching in an undergraduate MBBS curriculum: Student opinions and learning outcomes; Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences Conference
Do dissection and peer teaching affect student learning of gross anatomy?; Australian & New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists
E- and M-learning readiness of students within the School of Medicine; Teaching Matters
E-learning in histology: is there a correlation between virtual microscope use and exam performance?; Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists Conference
Effects on student results and course evaluations of reduction in teaching hours in an undergraduate medical course; 15th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC)
Experiences in the delivery of a flexible education program to military students; Australasian Military Medicine Association 2014 Conference
Factors affecting paramedicine students' learning about evidence-based practice: a phenomenographic study; BMC Medical Education
Guidance for leaders: adapting the Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS) for quality improvement, quality assurance and scholarly outcomes in teaching; International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSoTL)
Interprofessional education for pre-clinical medicine, paramedicine and pharmacy students; Medical Education
Iron deposition in modern and archaeological teeth; Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions With Materials and Atoms
Learning together: The paramedic, pharmacy and medical student experience of interprofessional education; PAIC 2019
Minimal effects of reduced teaching hours on undergraduate medical student learning outcomes and course evaluations; Medical Teacher
On-line audiovisual pre-laboratory resources in anatomy - are we connecting with students?; HERDSA: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia
Online audiovisual resources for pre-laboratory preparation and revision; Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists
Online dissection audio-visual resources for human anatomy: undergraduate medical students’ usage and learning outcomes; Anatomical Sciences Education
Paramedic care of frail and older adults: a content analysis of operational clinical practice guidelines; Australasian College of Paramedicine International Conference 2020
Paramedic confidence in estimating external blood loss; Australasian Journal of Paramedicine
Peer assisted learning in the MBBS at the University of Tasmania; ANZAME: The Association for Health Professional Education
Promoting peer connections through reciprocal peer teaching and learning and near-peer teaching in an anatomy laboratory setting; HERDSA: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia
Quality Pursuit: an academic informed, evidence-based approach to Assurance of Learning; Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching
Sharing Practice Peer Learning Circle (PLC) 360 Curriculum; Teaching Matters 2013 - Open UTAS to the World
Status of Health Literacy in undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Health: implications for improving the curriculum to enable future graduates to be work-ready; Teaching Matters 2017
Student engagement with online gross anatomy and histology resources; Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences (AIAS) Conference, Hobart, Tasmania
Surveys unite to provide current status of Assurance of Learning in Higher Education; 39th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)
The incidence of public sector hospitalisations due to dog bites in Australia 2001-2013; Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
The reliability and validity of measurements of human dental casts made by an intra-oral 3D scanner, with conventional hand-held digital callipers as the comparison measure; Forensic Science International
Ubiquitous learning at the University of Tasmania? Mobile Device Usage in Faculty of Health Students; Teaching Matters 2014
Variations on PATS: Choices in the Design of a Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme

Research Projects

Adapting and extending the Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS): variations on purpose, people and process; Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT)
Embedding the benefits of undergraduate research experiences for medical research and health professional students; Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT)
Trace Element Stability in the Postmortem Environment; Australian Institute of Nuclear Science & Engineering (AINSE)
Anatomy Refresher Course for Sports Medicine Australia - Tasmania Branch

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