Jane Dahlstrom: actively encourages student participation and engages students in the relevant content. Her lectures are well summarised and concise. She is excellent at highlighting core concepts and making it clear when information is additional or just for interest.
Karlee Johnston: delivery of teaching has been adaptive to student preferences, practical in nature, resulted in the graduating cohort feeling confident in their ability to safely prescribe medicines, which is reflected in an improvement of the National Internship Preparedness Survey.
Seren Ovington: demonstrated passion for teaching which was clearly evident in her presentations to the cohort as well as smaller group learning. She was inspiring and set an exceptional standard to all students, all whilst encouraging inquisitive thinking and passion for medicine and patient care in an engaging way.