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A critical review of the major educational issues related to the participant’s own professional practice by Mind Map: A critical review of the major educational
issues related to the participant’s own
professional practice
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A critical review of the major educational issues related to the participant’s own professional practice

International

Globalisation of standards

Sharing ideas/resources

Collaboration, research & communication

Supporting developing countries

Equity of access

Connecting and over-coming differences

Development of communities of practice

Looking after the midwife on the ground, not just those in research/academia

Utilising new ways of communicating and collaborating

Social media

OER

Open access

Open research

Supporting life-long learning

National

Midwifery identity

Seen as sub-section of nursing

Regulated by Nursing Council

Power of medical profession

Lots of change happening all the time

Few midwifery practitioners

Large, powerful hospitals/institutions

Lack of national cohesiveness in the profession

Competition

Emphasis on research rather than teaching in universities

New regulation standards

Supporting life-long learning

Integrating reflective practice & portfolio

Access to professional development

Lack of cohesive strategy around postgraduate education

Supporting life-long learning

Local

Access

Geographical

Indigenous women

Mature students

Blended learning

Engaging student

Teaching clinical skills

Making learning "authentic" in online environment

Increasing digital literacy

Design of learning that suits online environment

Supporting/educating lecturers so they can work in online environment

Assessment

Authentic

Meets all learning needs

Takes holistic view of learning

Prepares students to be life-long learners

Clinical experience

Well supported

Access to experience

Theory-practice gap

Fighting 'institutionalization'

EBM

Development of Masters program

Supporting life-long learning