BVSc (Hons I)
Emma's areas of responsibility and interest lie in workplace learning, communication and development of professional skills. She started at CSU in 2009, coming from a background in veterinary practice and farming. Emma is undertaking a PhD with the Education for Practice Institute, exploring professional identity development in new graduate veterinarians.
Emma teaches into Phase 1 and Phase 3 of the veterinary course. She is responsible for the communication skills curriculum and coordinates a professional practice subject in second year. She also coordinates two final year clinical rotations in workplaces external to the university.
Scholz E, Trede F and Raidal SL (2013). Workplace Learning in Veterinary Education: A Sociocultural Perspective. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 40(4), 355-362. doi: 10.3138/jvme.0113-015R
Scholz EC, Hyams J, Raidal SL, Pollard-Williams S, Strong M. Will the bucket overflow? Maintaining WIL capacity in the face of increasing student numbers. In: Moore K, editor. Work Integrated Learning: Building Capacity – Proceedings of the 2014 ACEN National Conference, Tweed Heads, Australia, 2014:220-225.
Raidal SR, Scholz EC, Hyams J, Pollard-Williams S, Strong M. For love or money? Veterinary employers and undergraduate clinical education. AVA/NZVA Pan-pacific Veterinary Conference. Brisbane, Australia, May 2015.