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A/Prof. Susan Matthew

Co-Lead: Veterinary resilience study

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BSc(Vet)(Hons), BVSc(Hons), PhD, GradCertEdStud(HigherEd). Associate Professor Susan Matthew is the Associate Chair of Veterinary Medical Education at Washington State University in the USA. read more...
Susan has a PhD in veterinary education and works collaboratively to lead international veterinary curriculum research, innovation and development. She is involved in research into the use of the flipped technique in veterinary education, development of innovate online resources to teach veterinary professional practice, investigating expressions of empathy in veterinary clinical consultations, and outcomes assessment of veterinary education. Susan was awarded a joint Carrick Citation in 2007 for the development of authentic, varied and rigorous assessment procedures that foster independent and lifelong learning in veterinary professional environments. In 2007-2009, she was a Project Associate of the ALTC project investigating Curriculum Development and Assessment Methods to Enhance Communication and Life Skills in Veterinary Students. In 2011, Susan was awarded a Social Inclusion Scholarship by the Institute for Teaching and Learning at The University of Sydney, which enabled her to broaden her understanding of the impact of diverse student backgrounds on learning outcomes. Her teaching focuses on veterinary clinical communication and faculty development in teaching veterinary science. Susan is currently working with graduate students conducting research into veterinary education and outcomes assessment.