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Portfolios for Health Professionals 3e is a practical guide to designing and developing a portfolio that documents and communicates your professional achievements and competencies, in order to meet the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) annual registration requirements.
Now revised to address a range of health professions, this third edition will help students to gain a basic understanding of what a portfolio is, how it is used, and why different types of portfolio may be required for different purposes.
The book provides health professionals with detailed guidelines for developing a quality portfolio that will help them to review their professional practice, direct their continuing professional development, assess their learning and career planning, and communicate their professional achievements.
|Table of Contents||Chapter 1 - Professional practice and portfolios: why do I need a professional portfolio?
Chapter 2 - Portfolio styles and models
Chapter 3 - Reflection and reflective practice
Chapter 4 - Evidence: what do I have and what do I need?
Chapter 5 - Compiling your portfolio
Chapter 6 - Portfolio evaluation and assessment
Chapter 7 - Examples of Health Practitioners' approaches to planning and evaluating CPD NEW!
|Author Information||Kate Andre RN, BN, MN, PhD, FRCNA
Dr Kate Andre, while recently retired, has continued as an adjunct Associate with the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. Kate ’ s PhD research, teaching, publications and consultancy activities are in the area of competency assessment and curriculum design for nurses. Kate has had considerable experience in the implementation and assessment of portfolios, including as an adviser for the selection and implementation of a university e-portfolio platform, as a convenor for Nurse Practitioner assessment panels, and as a member of a university research team in the use of e-portfolios.
Marie Heartfield RN, BN(Ed), MNS, Grad Dip (Public Policy), PhD, FRCNA
Dr Marie Heartfi eld is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Deakin University. Marie has been involved in a wide range of nursing and healthcare research and education at the state, national and international levels, and has taught nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in a range of tertiary undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. Other teaching and learning contributions include curricula review and advisory roles, and development of educational policy and national health professional education guidelines. Marie has also been a joint leader in five AHPRA and NMBA research and consultancy projects for the evidence-based development of competency and practice standards for all levels of nurse and midwife in Australia.
Lynette CusackRN, PhD, MHA, BN, DN, Mid Cert (UK), MRCNA
Dr Lynette Cusack is a Senior Lecturer in the Adelaide Nursing School at the University of Adelaide. Prior to this appointment, Lynette worked for four years as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Flinders University. Her PhD was in competency-based assessment in the workplace. Other teaching and research contributions include leadership and management, professional practice development and disaster response. Lynette previously worked in a range of community health settings, including home nursing, community health centres, and drug and alcohol services. She also has many years of experience in nursing and midwifery regulation.
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