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Scaffolded clinical skills development for Clinical Managers in the Royal Australian Navy

Edwards, D ORCID: 0000-0003-3271-406X and Young, D 2020 , 'Scaffolded clinical skills development for Clinical Managers in the Royal Australian Navy' , Journal of Military and Veterans' Health, vol. 28, no. 1 , pp. 45-49 .

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The Clinical Manager (CM) has been described as a linchpin to the healthcare capabilities of the Royal AustralianNavy (RAN). Education and development for this important role has undergone substantial change in recentyears, moving from an internally operated course to an externally provided higher education qualification.These changes in education include the manner in which clinical skills training is delivered. It is now embeddedinto a scaffolded approach that takes the learner from introduction of underlying knowledge to skills trainers,simulation, cadaveric training and whole of sick bay simulation. This article seeks to outline the changes thathave occurred in CM education, and describes the scaffolded approach used to develop their clinical skills.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Edwards, D and Young, D
Keywords: Medic, Paramedic, Clinical Skills, Scaffolded Learning
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Military and Veterans' Health
Publisher: Australasian Military Medicine Association
ISSN: 1835-1271
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Copyright 2020 JMVH

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