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Anthony Ali

Anthony AliMedical Education Advisor

BSc MEd DipMRT(Tor)

Tel +64 3 364 3661
Mob +64 27 318 7928

Email anthony.ali@otago.ac.nz

Anthony is involved in

  • designing, organising and presenting staff development activities
  • providing advice and support for curriculum development and evaluation
  • providing advice and support for existing and new student assessment programmes and instruments
  • organising the evaluation of teaching

 

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Publications

Ali, A., Anakin, M., Gallagher, P., & Gladman, T. (2018). Addressing the challenge of sustaining faculty development for clinical teachers: A multifaceted approach. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference. Renmark, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Anakin, M., Ali, A., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. (2018). Identifying excellence in professionalism. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference. Renmark, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Ali, A., Anakin, M., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. (2018). Characteristics that define excellence in professionalism. Journal of Islamic International Medical College, 13(Suppl.), (pp. 84-85). [Abstract]

Gladman, T., Gallagher, S., & Ali, A. (2018, June). Measuring students' academic motivation: What are the best method/s? Verbal presentation at the Otago Medical School Medical Education Research Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Anakin, M., Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2017). Identifying assessment criteria for excellence in professionalism. Proceedings of the New Zealand for Research in Education (NZARE) Conference. (pp. 37-38). Retrieved from https://forumpoint2.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/nzare2017/info

Journal - Research Article

Bell, C., Carter, F., Boden, J., Wilkinson, T., McKenzie, J., & Ali, A. (2016). Psychological impact of the Canterbury earthquakes on university staff. New Zealand Medical Journal, 129(1430), 18-28. Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Carter, F. A., Bell, C. J., Ali, A. N., McKenzie, J. M., Boden, J. M., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2016). Predictors of psychological resilience amongst medical students following major earthquakes. New Zealand Medical Journal, 129(1434), 17-22. Retrieved from http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Wilkinson, T. J., McKenzie, J. M., Ali, A. N., Rudland, J., Carter, F. A., & Bell, C. J. (2016). Identifying medical students at risk of underperformance from significant stressors. BMC Medical Education, 16, 43. doi: 10.1186/s12909-016-0565-9

Carter, F. A., Bell, C. J., Ali, A. N., McKenzie, J., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2014). The impact of major earthquakes on the psychological functioning of medical students: A Christchurch, New Zealand study. New Zealand Medical Journal, 127(1398). Retrieved from http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Wilkinson, T. J., Ali, A. N., Bell, C. J., Carter, F. A., Frampton, C. M., & McKenzie, J. M. (2013). The impact of learning environment disruption on medical student performance. Medical Education, 47(2), 210-213. doi: 10.1111/medu.12065

Rudland, J. R., Schwartz, P., & Ali, A. (2011). Moving a formative test from a paper-based to a computer-based format: A student viewpoint. Medical Teacher, 33(9), 738-743. doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2011.577119

Wilkinson, T. J., Tweed, M. J., Egan, T. G., Ali, A. N., McKenzie, J. M., Moore, M., & Rudland, J. R. (2011). Joining the dots: Conditional pass and programmatic assessment enhances recognition of problems with professionalism and factors hampering student progress. BMC Medical Education, 11, 29. doi: 10.1186/1472-6920-11-29

Miller, A., Rudland, J., Hurrell, M., & Ali, A. (2009). Rad-Path: Integrated anatomical pathology and radiology undergraduate tutorials. Pathology, 41(5), 460-466. doi: 10.1080/00313020903049286

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Journal - Research Other

Bridgman, P. G., & Ali, A. (2009). Leap of faith: From knowledge to safe practice [Editorial]. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1292). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/122-1292/3543/content.pdf

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Ali, A., Anakin, M., Gallagher, P., & Gladman, T. (2018). Addressing the challenge of sustaining faculty development for clinical teachers: A multifaceted approach. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference. Renmark, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Ali, A., Anakin, M., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. (2018). Characteristics that define excellence in professionalism. Journal of Islamic International Medical College, 13(Suppl.), (pp. 84-85). [Abstract]

Anakin, M., Ali, A., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. (2018). Identifying excellence in professionalism. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference. Renmark, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Anakin, M., Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2017). Identifying assessment criteria for excellence in professionalism. Proceedings of the New Zealand for Research in Education (NZARE) Conference. (pp. 37-38). Retrieved from https://forumpoint2.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/nzare2017/info

Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2017). How best to collect student feedback on positive and adverse experiences within the learning environment? Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference. (pp. 174). Retrieved from http://www.anzahpe.org

Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2015). Is it possible to develop criteria for distinction and excellence in professionalism? Sharing a multi-phase process. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) and the Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA) Joint Conference. Adelaide, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Wilkinson, T., Rudland, J., Ali, A., McKenzie, J., Bell, C., & Carter, F. (2014). Home and learning environment effects on assessment performance. Proceedings of the 16th Ottawa Conference and the 12th Canadian Conference on Medical Education: Transforming Healthcare through Excellence in Assessment and Evaluation. Retrieved from http://www.ottawaconference.org/

Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2014). Excellence in professionalism: Defining the potentially distinguished student. Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference: Connecting Science and Theory with Learning for Clinical Practice. (pp. 131). Adelaide, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Wilkinson, T., Ali, A., Bell, C., Carter, F., Frampton, C., & McKenzie, J. (2012). The impact of a disrupted learning environment on medical student performance. Proceedings of the International Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference. (pp. 400). Retrieved from http://www.amee.org/index.asp

Ali, A., & Craig, P. (2011). The new ANZAHPE website, how should it look, how can we make it better? Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference: Local? Global?: Health Professional Education for Social Accountability. (pp. 272). Adelaide, Australia: ANZAHPE. [Abstract]

Wilkinson, T. J., Tweed, M. J., McKenzie, J., Ali, A., Rudland, J., & Egan, A. (2010). Conditional pass facilitates action on professionalism and aligns assessment to learning. Proceedings of the 14th Ottawa Conference: Assessment of Competence in Medicine and the Healthcare Professions. (pp. 189-190). Retrieved from http://www.ottawaconference.org/images/stories/Ottawa_Conference_2010_Abstracts.5.10_1.pdf

Ali, A., & Wilkinson, T. (2010). What do students gain from selectives? Waste of precious curriculum time or way of the future? Proceedings of the Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Conference: Overcoming BARRIERS, RE(E)Forming Professional Practice. (pp. 77). Retrieved from http://anzahpe.org/docs/pastconf/2010_Conference_Handbook_Program_and_Abstracts.pdf

Ali, A., & Rudland, J. (2008). Educational staff development: We know what they want, but do we really...? And can we deliver it? Proceedings of the Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Conference. Retrieved from http://anzahpe.org/docs/pastconf/ANZAME_conference_program_Sydney_2008.pdf

Rudland, J., & Ali, A. (2008). Moving a formative assessment from a paper to a computer based format: A student view point. Proceedings of the 13th Ottawa International Conference on Clinical Competence. Retrieved from http://www.ozzawa13.com/OZZAWA%20Abstracts%20and%20Posters.pdf

Ali, A., Wilkinson, T., & Tweed, M. (2007). Peer nominations for student distinction: Three years of data, where to from here? Proceedings of the Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Conference. (pp. 28-29). Adelaide, Australia: ANZAME. [Abstract]

Wilkinson, T. J., Rudland, J., Tweed, M., Egan, T., & Ali, A. (2006). What should we do if a candidate does something unsafe in an OSCE? Proceedings of the Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Conference. (pp. 107). Adelaide, Australia: ANZAME. [Abstract]

Ali, A., Wilkinson, T., & Tweed, M. (2005). Medical student peer assessment for distinction nominations. Proceedings of the Conference of The Association for Health Professional Education & the Australian Postgraduate Federation of Medicine: Mind the gaps. (pp. 20). Auckland, New Zealand: ANZAME. Retrieved from http://www.anzame.unse.edu.au

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Gladman, T., Gallagher, S., & Ali, A. (2018, June). Measuring students' academic motivation: What are the best method/s? Verbal presentation at the Otago Medical School Medical Education Research Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

McKenzie, J., Carter, F., Bell, C., Wilkinson, T., & Ali, A. (2014, September). Maintaining balance when the earth is moving (identification of at risk medical students following a major disaster and what may assist). Verbal presentation at the international Conference on Physician Health (ICPH): Milestones and Transitions: Maintaining the Balance, London, UK.

Ali, A., & McKenzie, J. (2013, June). The effects of a natural disaster on student learning. Verbal presentation at the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Conference: Professional Development of Health Professional Educators, Melbourne, Australia.

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