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Researcher: Chong, NS (Mr Nigel Chong)

Fields of Research


Research Objectives

Teaching and instruction technologies

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A partnership to save lives; Teaching Matters 2009
Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: Through the lens of an advisory group; Collegian
Managing Deterioration Through High Fidelity Simulation; Australian Nursing Journal
Managing patient deterioration: A partnership to meet the national agenda; Hosptiality News
Roundtable 2 Partnerships. Chair: A/Professor Victoria Brazil Panel: Professor Patrick Crookes, Nigel Lyons, A/Professor Michael Seropian, A/Professor Marcus Watson, Andrew Smith, Nigel Chong and Professor Cobie Rudd ; SimTecT 2010 Health
Simulation education: Taking it to the next level, insitu simulation; Leadership and practice development in health. Quality and safety through workplace learning
Simulation in Nursing & Midwifery; Piecing the Puzzle Success = working together National Conference
Simulation-based clinical education: 'Breaking down the barriers'; Leadership and practice development in health: Quality and safety through workplace learning
Stepping outside the traditional boundaries of Basic Life Support Education; Teaching Matters 2009
The 'Downunder' approach to in-situ simulation: Improving patient outcomes; Magic in teaching. Innovative strategies in simulation, technology and learning science
UTAS trains health professionals in new simulation centre
Workshop 10: Taking it to the Next Level: In Situ Simulation ; SimTecT 2010 Health

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision