19 May UCRH Teaching Awards 2022
The UCRH teaching awards are a way of recognising and rewarding teaching and learning excellence within the UCRH. They are an opportunity to acknowledge the considerable time and effort many clinicians devote to enhancing the teaching and learning experience of our students and provide an appropriate forum in which to support the development of high quality and innovative teaching across the UCRH. In recognising the various ways in which clinicians contribute to the teaching and learning experience, the awards scheme aims to generate awareness of the quality of teaching and service delivery by engaging staff and students in the nomination and selection process and in so doing, seeks to demonstrate that good teaching practice is valued by UCRH.
The Awards recipients for the UOW and WSU medical programs in 2022 are as follows:
Award for Teaching Excellence – Dr Victoria Sasongko
This award celebrates the achievements of clinicians who excel in teaching through their contribution to an outstanding educational experience and outcomes for students.
Award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning – Dr Tien Khoo
This award acknowledges the support of learning that influence, motivate and inspire students to learn. It recognises the work of clinicians or support staff contribution has had a significant impact on student learning
Award for Innovation in Learning and Teaching – Dr Anna Rogers
This award rewards outstanding innovation in medical education. Recipients of this award seize opportunities to improve the educational experience and ensure that students are challenged and supported in their learning.
Award for Best Supervision by a Department or Practice – Dr Marc Heyning and the Brunswick Heads Medical Centre
This award celebrates the achievements of department or GP Practice whose clinicians excel in teaching through their contribution to an outstanding educational experience and outcomes for students.
Award for Excellence in Enhancing the Student Experience – Dr Pepe Mifsud
This award is for enhancement of the student experience and recognises individuals and/or teams that have enhanced the quality of the student experience beyond the formal teaching environment.
Note: Pepe is UCRH Alumni. It’s very rewarding to see our students stay in the area, or return, and even more so when they are keen to nurture aspiring Doctors.
The UCRH would like to congratulate all of the award winners on their outstanding contribution to teaching and learning in 2021/2022. We would like to recognise all those nominated for an award, and thank all clinicians who have provided teaching to our students.
Photo- Award winners Left to Right: Dr Marc Heyning, Brunswick Heads Medical Centre, Dr Sasongko, Lismore Base Hospital and Dr Pepe Mifsud, Lismore Base Hospital.