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Elizabeth Molloy

Professor - Work Integrated Learning
Medical Education
feedback
workplace assessment
faculty development of clinical educators
science & technology
humans
life sciences & biomedicine
education & educational research
social sciences
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Prof

Elizabeth Molloy

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Work integrated learning
Elizabeth Molloy's Profile Picture
Prof

Elizabeth Molloy

 

Liz Molloy is Professor of Work Integrated Learning in the Department of Medical Education, Melbourne Medical School, at the University of Melbourne. She is Academic Director of Interprofessional Education and Practice in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.

Liz’s work seeks to better prepare students to learn through practice in the clinical workplace. Liz started her career as a physiotherapist, and her interest in health professions education lead her to return to the University of Melbourne to complete a PhD (2006) on feedback in clinical education. Liz has published more than 115 peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters and books, with a focus on workplace learning, feedback and assessment, interprofessional education and clinical supervisor professional development. She received an inaugural Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medical Education (ANZAHPE) in 2015 and a Fellowship in Medical Education Research at the Karolinksa Institute (Sweden) in 2019. She is Associate Editor of the journal Focus on Health Professions Education and Chair of the ANZAHPE Conference in 2020.

Projects

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Additional Information

Henderson M, Phillips M, Molloy E, Boud D (2016): 'Feedback for learning: closing the assessment loop.' Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) $280,000. Castellini D, Bearman M, Weller J, Molloy E (2016): “The role of trust in workplace based assessment” ANZCA $26, 384. Molloy E, Bearman M, Denniston C, Edouard V (2016): Clinical Supervision Skills Training. Department of Health

13, 605. Billet S, Sweet L, Newton J, Molloy E et al (2015) 'Augmenting students' learning for employability through post-practicum educational processes'. Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) $460, 000. Bowles K, Maloney S, Kent F, Sevenhuysen, Tai J, Molloy E, Haines T (2014): The cost and benefits of providing undergraduate student clinical placements for a health service organisation. Systematic Literature Review. Sax institute
9, 500 Molloy E, Bearman M, Denniston C, Kent F, Edouard V (2014): Clinical Supervision Support Program. Department of Health
75,315 Molloy E, Keating J, Johnson C (2014) Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) and Higher Education and Research Development Society in Australasia inc (HERSDA) Researching New Directions in Learning and Teaching: Seed Funding to Support Project Mentoring and Collaboration: Project funded “Feedback on Feedback- Development of an instrument to assess quality of verbal feedback in the workplace” $2500 Nestel D, Bearman M, Molloy E (2012) Establishment, administration and delivery of a program to train simulation educators, technicians and coordinators. Health Workforce Australia
,478,220 Dawson P, Bearman M, Molloy E, Boud D, Joughin G, Bennett S (2012): 'Improving assessment: understanding educational decision-making in practice'. Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) $220,000 Molloy E, Bearman M, Nestel D, Kotsanas G, Does T (2012): Development and Evaluation of a Clinical Supervision Training Program. Phase 1 Health Workforce Australia $270, 000 Molloy E, Bearman M, Nestel D, Kotsanas G, Does T (2012): Phase 11: Development of context-specific online modules for clinical supervisors in the health professions Health Workforce Australia $250, 000 Kent F, Molloy E, Keating J, Nickson W (2012): Implementation and Evaluation of an innovative clinical education module in aged care. Department of Health. $33, 000 Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Boyle M, Palermo C, Molloy E, Nestel D, McConnell J, French J, McCall L, Stagnitti K, Gilbert-Hunt S, Brightwell R (2011):’ Can DVD simulations be used to promote empathic behaviours and interprofessional collaboration among undergraduate healthcare students'. Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) $220,000 Boyle M, Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Palermo C, Molloy EK (2011) Development of a Pilot Web-Based Interprofessional Education Site. Telematics Trust, Telematics Course Development Fund. $29,133 Greenstock L, Fiddes P, Brookes P, Molloy EK (2010): Medical student clinical placements project: An Interprofessional Education Model. Collier Charitable fund Funding $29, 000 Haines T, Keating J, Molloy EK, Simms J, Jolly B (2010): Education and training package in exercise prescription for falls prevention. DHS Funding
20, 000 Williams B, Barnett T, McCall L, Chesters J, Archer F, Boyle M, Brown T, Molloy EK, Scholes R, Nestel D, Hill R, Palermo C (2009) Building Clinical Placement Capacity through IPE. Department of Human Services (DHS) Service & Workforce Planning. Funding $200, 000 Billett S, Keating J, Molloy EK, Jolly B, Newton J, McKenna L, Gilbert K (2008) Developing agentic professionals through practice-based pedagogies. Carrick (ALTC) Funding $83, 000. Bearman M, Molloy EK , Flanagan B, Nestel D, Jolly B, Steele C and Cardozo S (2008) Non Technical Skills Training for Specialist Trainees using Simulation Methods. Queensland Health. Funding $40,000

Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professions Education


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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Professor - Work Integrated Learning

Medical Education

Academic Director Ipep

Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences

Academy Of Surgical Educators

Academy of Surgical Educators

Anzaphe

ANZAPHE

Australian Physiotherapy Association

Australian Physiotherapy Association

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

BPhysiotherapy (Honours)

University of Melbourne

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