Programmatic approach to developing scientific writing embedded in BSc courses

2007 ALTC Associate Teaching Fellow

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Dr Roger Moni

Fellowship years: 2007 - 2011

Abstract: Health graduates need proficient writing skills adaptable to diversifying professional and social contexts, communication modes and purposes. These graduates need to be both scholarly thinkers and effective communicators if they are to contribute to the high quality human capital underpinning recent reforms in Australian higher education. The teaching and assessment of writing in undergraduate Health degree programs at Griffith University and nationally, needs to be more effectively integrated within and across programs.

Fellowship discipline: Biological and chemical, Biomedical sciences, Scientific writing